Seaspray Surf Life Saving Club recently held its annual presentation night and dinner.
The night highlighted the success of the club’s competitors and recognised members who made a significant contribution during the 2014-15 season.
Life Saver of the Year was awarded to Josh McGrath for his leadership, commitment and organisation of the training and assessing of the club’s junior members.
Wellington Shire mayor Carolyn Crossley spoke about the importance of the volunteer organisation and the positive training opportunities it offered the youth. Cr Crossley congratulated the club on its hard work in campaigning for their new clubhouse, which is set to be a major asset for both the club and wider community.
Mayor Crossley congratulated and presented awards to members who had obtained their bronze medallions, surf rescue certificates, advanced resuscitation and first aid training.
The club is looking forward to another exciting season, especially with construction of the new club house well underway.
This year’s bronze camp will be held from the December 6 to 11.
For updates on the build progress and coming events visit the club’s Facebook page or website.