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They shall not grow old, as we are left grow old,
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.
(Thanks Jodie Clements for the great pics) ... See MoreSee Less
Surf Life Saving last week lost a legend...Darrell Eastlake. Darrell was a local legend and fierce SLS advocate. Darrell was a much loved and devoted member of Wamberal Surf Life Saving Club where he was a patrolling member and Boat Captain for a number of years, instumental in gaining the clubs first major sponsorship from "Village Theatre" for one of his greatest passions - Surf Boat Rowing and Sweeping. Larger than Life and with a voice even bigger, Darrell was incredibly passionate in advocating Surf Life Saving. In his role as the Sports Exec at radio 2GO, he would promote Surf Life Saving at every possible opportunity and upon taking on the role of Commentator for the Australian Surf Life Saving Titles, brought a whole new dimension of enthusiasm and passion to the organisation especially in Surf Sports...and who can forget his signature quote......it's huuuuuge! The coast has lost a legend but his voice and exceptional character will forever be etched in our memories. On behalf of everyone at Wamberal SLSC our deepest condolences to the Eastlake family.
Darrell’s funeral is on Friday 27/4/18 at Greenways Chapel, Avoca Drive Greenpoint at 2pm. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday Wamberal SLSC hosted 25 ladies from Western Sydney. These ladies were all originally refugees from Africa, the Middle East and the Pacific. The Surf Club showed ladies IRB and board rescues, how to spot rips and the importance of swimming between the flags. All the ladies were extremely grateful and left with an understanding of the great work we all do.
Thank you to all the members of the surf club who helped in the day. Thanks also to Shamus and Terrigal Wamberal Lions Club for thier effort.
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The Specials Keep getting better & Better... Check them out. • Grilled Crispy Skin Salmon • Crispy Potato Rosti • 300g NewYork Steak • Chunky Pumpkin & Lentil Patties • Chargrilled Octopus & Prawn Salad
Lost something? If you see anything you recognise ph 43852322 to arrange collection. ... See MoreSee Less
A great afternoon reminiscing for members from the 55/56 season.
If you are in the area and would like to pop in and say hello please do. ... See MoreSee Less
Book in for FREE school holiday activity. ... See MoreSee Less
With the School Holidays fast approaching, here is a great activity for the kids....
the Envirobank Recycling Mobile Collection Service will be held at Wamberal Beach this Saturday 24th March from 1pm to 5pm.
PLEASE bring your recycling down to the club to support this program and earn yourself some money!
How does it work?
Start collecting eligible bottles and cans and separate them by material type (e.g. plastic, aluminium, glass).
Make sure they have the 10c label.
Please avoid crushing them.
We’ll be giving away our reusable orange collection bags at our mobile collections so make sure you pick some up! Or you can drop into surf club office and collect an orange bag.
Bring the containers to your club’s next Envirobank mobile collection. The Envirobank Recycling team will confirm how many eligible containers you have. They can accept up to 1000 containers per person at mobile collections. For larger volumes, please drop them to the Envirobank automated depot opening next week in West Gosford.
Get paid through Envirobank rewards portal, Crunch. They can set you up with a membership card at the collection (it’s easy). Through Crunch, you can access your 10c refunds via PayPal, as well as a whole lot of other awesome rewards.
*Please note: for security reasons, cash payment is only available for deposits of 100 containers or less
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