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2017–2018Annual Reportand Financial StatementsofElouera Surf Life Saving Club Inc.

Australian Surf Life Savers’ PrayerO LORD OF ALL GOOD LIFE, who has given to me and my fellows this land of Australia: bathed in sunshine enriched by the bounties of nature encircled by the rolling waves:I ask that you will accept the service I offer as a guardian of the lives of others.I give thanks for: the joy of living the strength of manhood the honour of a noble deed.Teach me to know that the value of a single life is of infinite worth in Your sight.May I ever be alert to the needs of those whose safety is dependent on my vigilance.Help me at all times to play the man and never to flinch at the call of duty. Make me ready to matchthe moment of testing with the spirit of courage and adventure. Make me strong and steadfast in theservice I have embraced.Help me to be a good comrade. May I never be disheartened by difficulties or discouraged bydiscipline. May the standard of my life be a help of those who look to me for an example.Help me to offer to You, to my Club, and to those whose safety is dependent on my skills nothing lessthan the best I can give; and to ask for no reward save that of knowing that I do my duty and fulfilYour will.O Lord, my God accept this prayer.AmenPublished by Elouera Surf Life Saving Club Inc.Elouera Beach, Mitchell Road, CronullaPO Box 46 Cronulla NSW 2230www.elouera.comAuditors: Maher PartnersPhotos courtesy of Elouera SLSC members and others as credited.Elouera Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated

ContentsNotice of Annual General MeetingJunior Development CommitteeSubscriptionsOffice BearersCommitteesJDC Office BearersPatron’s MessageDirector of AdministrationStrategic PlanAchievementsBoard of Management Meeting Org ChartBoard of Management Meeting AttendanceDirector of FinanceDirector of LifesavingDirector of Education & TrainingElouera AwardsDirector of Youth CoordinationDirector of MarketingDirector of Surf SportsInterclub CarnivalAustralian Surf Rowers LeagueCompetition ResultsClub AwardsHead CoachBoat CaptainMasters CaptainBeach CaptainBoard CaptainSki CaptainSwim CaptainMember ProtectionRace 444850525864656667686970727374Order of AustraliaLife MembersPresident’s Medal Recipients10-Year National Patrol Service AwardeesTribute to Brian Wilkinson50th Anniversary DinnerSurf Awareness ClinicRegistrarJDC ChairmanJDC Deputy ChairpersonJDC SecretaryWater CaptainWater SafetyJDC Surf Sports ManagersJDC EducationJDC March PastJDC R&RJDC Boys Club CaptainJDC Girls Club CaptainJDC Girls Vice CaptainJDC Boys Vice CaptainAge Group ReportsElouera Sharks Championship AwardsPerpetual Trophy WinnersEncouragement AwardsAttendance AwardsState Title ResultsState Team PhotosSenior MembershipElouera Sharks RegistrationsFinancial Statements 2017-18Executive Director’s AddendumValeAnnual Report 1021031051271281301321341361391431471551633

SponsorsAct for KidsDavid Greig – McGrath’sRitchies IGAANZDKG Surf BoatsRiley Balsawood SurfboardsAustralian Surf Rowers LeagueEnwareRoads and Maritime ServicesAutism SpectrumExperience LocksmithsServcorp AdministrationBaker’s Delight CronullaHolt GroupSoilcoBianchinisIllawarra Blinds and AwningsBreen Holdings/ShearwaterLandingMakani MeatsSutherland District Trade UnionClub (The Tradies)Cancer Council NSWCarlden AutomotiveCook Community ClassicCrux SurveyingMcDonald’s CaringbahMelanie Ingram Art and DesignOhana Ocean AthleticsPeak HealthPosition PartnersSutherland MazdaSutherland Shire CouncilToll GroupTotal WaterWestfield Miranda, CentreManagement GroupDonorsBasil LewisDavid CarneyDon ChandlerDr John Donnellan - Bondi SkinCancer ClinicGlen Stortenbeker, AAP FinanceBrokersIan TollRobert Blissenden, BlissendenLawyersSome of the generous donations from our sponsor The TradiesAudio equipment; IRB motor; and new lifesaving gear roomElouera Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated

Charlotte Breen X launch donated by Breen HoldingsCPR Demo for Rotary CaringbahSurf boat trailers maintained by Carlden AutomotiveOhana carnivalThank youto the many generoussponsors of Elouera– your support isappreciated in somany ways.Stortenwagen funded by generous donorsPlease support thecompanies whosupport your club.IRB funded by the Holt GroupAnnual Report 2017/20185

Elouera Sharks Junior Development Committee Founded 1967Notice is hereby given that the 53rd Annual General Meeting of parents and supporters will be held in theWashington Lounge at the Elouera Surf Life Saving Club on Sunday 29 July 2018 commencing at 1pm.AGENDA1. Chairman’s Welcome2. Apologies3. Confirmation of Minutes of the 52nd AnnualGeneral Meeting4. Presentation of the Annual Report – MichaelRandazzo5. Annual Report response – Patron BrianThompson OAM8. Notice of motion, if any, of which propernotice has been given in accordance with theConstitution and Rules9. Notification of the date for the first CommitteeMeeting10. Urgent General Business11. Questions12. Meeting closure6. Senior Section response – Peter Carney7. Election of Office Bearers, Managers andInstructors for the 2018-19 season2018 Elouera SLSC Annual General MeetingNotice is hereby given that the 53rd Annual General Meeting of the Elouera Surf Life Saving Club will be heldin the Washington Lounge at the Elouera Surf Life Saving Club on Sunday 29 July 2018 commencing at 2 pm.AGENDA1. Opening10. Affiliation with SLSA, SLSNSW and SLSS2. Apologies11. Election of Officers for the 2018-19 seasonand the appointment of the Public Officer andAuditor for the 2018-19 season3. Minutes silence followed by the Life Savers’Prayer4. Welcome from the Executive Director5. Confirmation and adoption of the minutes ofthe 52nd Annual General Meeting conductedon 23 July 201712. Notification of the date for the first BoardMeeting13. Presentation of the President’s Medal14. SLSA Service Awards6. Business arising from the minutes15. Urgent General Business7. Correspondence relevant to the meeting16. Meeting closure8. Presentation and adoption of the 2017-18Annual Report and Financial Statements9. Lodgement of Annual Report and FinancialStatements and Annual ReturnElouera Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated

SubscriptionsSubscription Rates for 2018–19 Season (Seniors)Membership CategoryMembership FeeMembership Fee(Early Bird - before 30 Sept) (After 1 October)U15 60.00 80.00U17 70.00 90.00Active 80.00 100.00Active reserve 80.00 100.00Long Service 80.00 100.00Associate 100.00 120.00Pensioner 60.00 80.00Competition Levy (all ages) 80.00 100.00 100.00 120.00Pensioner 55.00 70.00Student 55.00 70.00Associate (30yrs ) 330.00 350.00Associate Pensioner 165.00 175.00Gym FeesActive SeniorPayment of SubscriptionsMembership Fees for the 2018-19 season are now open and listed above.Members are encouraged to renew their membership via Surf Life Saving Australia’s Member’s Portal Payment can then be made online. The SLSA Member’s Portal also gives membersthe ability to sign and submit an electronic copy of their membership form and access all awards, patrols androsters.Members may also renew by attending the Club office during office hours (Monday to Friday 9:30am - 2:30pm) completing their membership application and declaration form and paying the amounts due.Members wishing to transfer the payment directly to Elouera’s bank account (BSB 012262 Account 478410252) must ensure that their name is in the reference section, and they must also complete and sign a hardcopy membership application and declaration form. These forms can be delivered to the office or emailed intending to vote at the AGM must be financial for the 2018-19 season.Members intending to nominate as an Office Bearer must be financial for the 2018-19 season.Late renewal fee: A late renewal fee of 20 will apply to all renewal fees paid after 1 October 2018 to recoveradministration costs. Please note all FOB access to the Club will automatically cease on 30 September 2018for unfinancial members.Change of details: Members can request changes to their membership details via the SLSA Member’s Portal Alternatively, please advise the Director of Administration of any changes toaddress or personal details in writing to Elouera SLSC, PO BOX 46, CRONULLA 2230 or email:info@elouera.comFor and on behalf of the Board of ManagementDavid Kowald, Director of AdministrationAnnual Report 2017/20187

Office Bearers for 2017–2018PATRONBrian Thompson, OAMVice PatronsMichael Batty, Ian Bourke, Phillip Bowering, Tom Breen, John Brown, Michael Byrne, Don Chandler, RonCrawley, Paul Degnan, John Donnellan, Michael Forshaw, Rod Huon, Marilyn Jervis, Basil Lewis, DennisMcHugh, Scott Morrison, Mark Noble, Scott Phillips, Carol Provan, Brett Richardson, Bob Rogers, KevinSchreiber, Robert Sharkey, Marie Simone, Mark Speakman, Brian WilkinsonExecutive DirectorPeter CarneyDeputy Executive DirectorDarren GaleaDirector of AdministrationDavid KowaldSwim CaptainTom O’KeeffeDirector of FinanceRory GillespieSki CaptainMatt ReadDeputy Director of Administration & FinanceRon HegartyBeach CaptainJordan AndersenDirector of Life SavingCameron SimpsonBoard CaptainKatherine ConderDirector of Surf SportsPeter KingIRB CaptainsJack Bryce/Joshua MuscatDirector of Education & TrainingChristine Cupitt (to Nov 2017)** Duties subsequently undertaken by Glenn CairncrossBoat CaptainStephen Warncken /Mick McBainDeputy Director of Life Saving, Education& TrainingAndrew McKellarDeputy Director of Surf SportsAndrew EvansDirector of MarketingBasil LewisDirector of Junior DevelopmentMichael RandazzoDirectors of Youth CoordinationMichael Batty PSM,Director of Major EventsVacantHead CoachTom O’KeeffeMasters CaptainGary WarnerLifesaving Competition CaptainPaul KasparianRegistrarStephen FrawleyRace SecretaryMartin BryceOccupational Health and Safety OfficerVacantChild Protection OfficerDavid KowaldWelfare OfficerFreya AnnettsElouera Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated

2017–2018 CommitteesSurf Sports CommitteeDirector of Surf Sports, Deputy Director of SurfSports, Sectional Captains, Race Secretary, Directorof Youth CoordinationFinance CommitteeRory Gillespie, Ron Hegarty, Mark Summers,Brian Thompson OAM, Stephen WarnckenTouring Team CommitteeRon Hegarty, Basil LewisConstitution CommitteeBrian O’Sullivan, Ron Pears OAM,Warren Smith (resigned April 2018)Bar/Lounge CommitteeRory Gillespie, Brian Thompson OAM,Stephen WarnckenGym CommitteeRory Gillespie, Matt Guy, Brian O’SullivanJudiciary CommitteeIan Cameron, Bruce Clark, Bob King, NormMuddle, Darrin ThompsonBuilding/House CommitteeStephen Frawley, Brian O’Sullivan,Warren Smith ,Brian Thompson OAMHistoryMichael Batty PSM, Ron Hegarty,Brian Thompson OAMHonoursRon Pears OAM, Brian Thompson OAM, Ian TollUniform CommitteeIan Toll, Julie WalmsleyNB: The Executive Director is an ex-officio member of allSurf Awareness Committeecommittees. Some committees also have Directors asEx-Officio members.Mike Batty PSM, Basil Lewis, Debbie Brooking,Leah Byrne, Kathryn TannerClub Trainers, Assessors and FacilitatorsMichael Batty, Michael Byrne, Glenn Cairncross, Peter Carney, Darren Galea, Matt Gentle, Tim Jurd,Paul Kasparin, David Kowald, Paul Laffan, Andrew McKellar, Robert O’Brien, Peter Metro, DennisParker, Kym Pennell, Brett Richardson, Cameron Simpson, Warren Smith, David Stanley, MattThompson, Jackson Towns, Steve Urquhart, Brett Walker, Jamie WhittonLicenseeNorm BrackenCRONULLA SUTHERLAND DISTRICT COUNCILExecutiveIan D. Toll - Hon. Secretary/Public OfficerCronulla Sutherland Lifesaving Assistant SupervisorMichael BattyCronulla Sutherland Education Operational Area CoordinatorStephen UrquhartAnnual Report 2017/20189

SLS SYDNEY BRANCHLife MembersTed Brooker OAM, Ron Pears OAM, Maurice Cornelius (Bill) Singleton (dec.), William Gray (dec.), Mike Batty PSMPresident’s Medal RecipientsRobyn Allan, Mike Batty PSM, Ron Hegarty, Arthur White (dec.)Board of Surf SportsRobyn Allan, Kelli Blayney, Martin Bryce, Peter Carney, Seggie Chetty, Wayne Druery, Anna Elliot, Michelle Fretten,Darren Galea, Leanne Galea, Amber Garcia, Javier Garcia, David Greig, Matt Gentle, Ron Hegarty, Karlene Hughes,Kay Hutchison, Paul Kempton, Peter King, Tuula Kuusela, Norm Muddle, Lisa Muir, Dennis Parker,Ronald Pears OAM, Jodie Pritchard, Lee Summers, Julie Walmsley, Andrew Watson, Kristen Wild, Kate WoodJudiciary CommitteeRon HegartyFinance and Compliance CommitteeRon HegartyEducation ManagerDavid KowaldRWC CoordinatorAndrew McKellarDuty OfficersMatt Gentle, Jackson Towns, Darren GaleaSLS NSWLife MembersTed Brooker OAM, William Gray (dec.)Ron Pears OAM, Maurice (Bill) Singleton (dec.)Judiciary CommitteeIan D TollSLS AUSTRALIALife MembersRon Pears OAM, Maurice (Bill) Singleton (dec.)President’s Medal RecipientTed Brooker OAMElouera Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated


Patron’s MessageThe past season has been one of outstanding achievements for the Elouera SLSC bothin lifesaving and competition. This has been followed up by the completion of thebuilding works and the opening of a café. Patrols at Elouera this season have beenexcellent and for a club to be able to have 12 patrols available for beach patrol onlygoes to show the strength of the club. Our club was justifiably rewarded at the recentSydney Branch Awards of Excellence winning the Cronulla District Patrol EfficiencyTrophy. The high quality of lifesaving by Elouera members was reflected in JacksonTowns winning the Life Saver of the Year at the Sydney Branch Awards of Excellence.In competition, the Australian Titles saw two Elouera Members, Chris King and Jake Evans win the BoardRescue for the third consecutive year. Not since the days of our Open surf teams has this happened. What anamazing achievement! Not to be out done, the boat section won Elouera’s first ever gold medal in surf boatevents taking out the Reserve Grade Boat. Congratulation to Rory Gillespie, Matt Guy, Joel Zamek, Mic Henryand Grant Wilkinson. What a great honour to represent your country, Michael Hanna, after an outstandingseason, being selected in the Australian Youth Team to compete at The World Titles in South Australia andour Ladies Open Boat Crew (Emma Gillespie, Tara Lal, Samantha Hewitt, Sarah Hill and Grant Wilkinson)who represented Australia at the ASRL Championships held at Elouera Beach. Chris King and Jake Evans alsorepresented Australia at the International Surf Rescue Challenge held in New Zealand.What a year for the Nippers, winning the NSW Junior Championships Pointscore. This only happened oncebefore in Elouera’s history at Kingscliff in 1982. To win this Pointscore does not just happen, it takes a lotof planning and then implementing that plan. Excellent coaching facilities were put in place and all NipperCompetitors had the benefit of the knowledge of the chosen coaches. To top that off, one of our EloueraNippers, Sophie Burns, was named Junior Lifesaver of the Year. Congratulation to Michael and his committeeon an outstanding year. You all should feel proud of your achievements.Sydney Branch Awards of Excellence saw Elouera SLSC win the Club of the Year, and as I said in a post onFacebook: “It takes a big club all-round effort to win this award”. Congratulations to Peter Carney and hisBoard of Management for their guidance on all facets of club activities. Without this we may not have wonthis prestigious award. Our club is now in a very strong financial position with income from three venues. Allof this has come about due to the good management of our Board of Management.Elouera SLSC members and past members celebrated 50 years since the formation of the club at a functionheld in the Washington Lounge. The function was attended by many past and present members. MC SteveEdge did an excellent job calling on various members of the club over the past 50 years to speak on theirtime in the club. It was an excellent night for all who attended. Congratulations to the Organising Committeefor the time they put in to making the function a success.The Elouera SLSC is very fortunate to have good sponsors. Our relationship with our major sponsor TheTradies has now been in place for 35 years which I think is some type of record. To Tradies President DennisMcHugh and his Board, my personal thanks for your support over those years. Not to be forgotten is anotherlong-time sponsor, Tom Breen, whose continuous support of our Boat Section would be unequalled in anyother surf club. Tom’s donations of surf boats on a regular basis is greatly appreciated by all members of theElouera Club. Thanks also to the many sponsors who appear on our Sponsors Board at the front of the club.On a sadder note during the season we lost Les Hardy, one of our Life Members. This will be a great loss toour club as Les was a part of the furniture at Elouera. He always had time to have a chat or pass on his greatknowledge to the younger members. We will all remember Les as a good bloke who always had the time tohelp others, the club will not seem the same without Les around.When you look back over the past season at the things Elouera SLSC has achieved, you should all feel veryproud as members of this great club for without your contributions none of this would be possible. Tohold the position of Patron of this great club is a privilege and an honour I hold dearly and get so muchsatisfaction.Brian Thompson OAMLife Member, Patron Elouera SLSCElouera Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated

Director of AdministrationIt gives me great pleasure to present to you the 2017-18 Annual Report and FinancialStatements of the Elouera Surf Life Saving Club.It has been an exceptional year for achievements across a range of activities, and whatis most pleasing to me is that these achievements were reliant on the club workingtogether.Four things come to mind when I think of what the club has achieved this year: theimplementation of the Yellow Fins Nippers program; receipt of the Club of the Year, Life Saver of the Yearand Junior Life Saver of the Year awards at the Surf Life Saving Sydney Awards of Excellence; the successfulconduct, in huge seas, of the ASRL Team Navy Australian Championships; and our JDC team winning the NSWAge Championships.The hard work of club directors, the JDC, patrol captains and all members built the basis of our successes thisseason. Your ongoing support has been very much appreciated.Here is an overview of the club’s activities and achievements over the season.Club OperationsOur core activity is that of lifesaving and the protection of the community that chooses to come to Bate Bay.To do that, consistent with our charitable purpose, we provide educational opportunities to members tobecome proficient in lifesaving awards.Our lifesaving activities have again been led by Cameron Simpson and his 12 patrol captains, who are listedelsewhere in this report, and it is with pleasure that again we can report ‘no lives lost’.For the season ended April 2018, there were 357 educational awards in the Under 6 to Under 13 age groups,and 169 awards to older age groups. Elouera also provided lifesaving to the community that uses EloueraBeach in excess of 9,387 hours voluntary service, resulting in 374 preventative actions, 24 rescues and 47 firstaid treatments.The following members are recognised for their commitment in undertaking significant patrol hours: Andrew McKellar 108 hours Glenn Cairncross 82 hours Warren Smith 81 hours Darren Galea 78 hours Paul Laffan 71 hoursThe hours shown above include Elouera members’ contributions to the Branch Support Operations Group,Support Ski Operators and as Duty Officers where applicable. Elouera also makes a contribution to WaterSafety at State but those hours are not available for inclusion in this report.On 22 October, a large group gathered to welcome Elouera’s popular boat sponsor Tom Breen, who wouldchristen his 10th family boat, the Charlotte Breen X. The Breen Family began their sponsorship in 1967 withthe Charlotte Breen 1. In the following 50 years, Tom Breen Senior, followed by his son Tom, has continued tohave faith in the Elouera boaties with the sponsorship of ten surf boats.At the start of the nipper season a Child Protection Team’ was formed to work together within all areas ofthe club, with its main objective being to create and provide the safest environment for our kids. The teamapproach is consistent with advice received from SLSA that an effective ratio of trained member protectionpersonnel is 1 per 100 members.December saw Elouera hosting both the Bate Bay inter-club carnival on 3 December, followed by the annualOhana carnival on 9 December.The Training and Education team started the season with great impetus, continuing the great work of priorseasons. Unfortunately work commitments led to the resignation of our Director of Education mid-season,Annual Report 2017/201813

translating in a drop of awards across the board in comparison to last season. We look forward to a bounceback in 2018-19. Thank you to Glenn Cairncross for assuming these duties.On 6 April 2018, the IRB section conducted a ceremony to mark the launch of the ‘David Kowald’, in honourof David’s significant contribution to the club across many areas. The ceremony was attended by thegenerous donor of the IRB, Phillip Holt and Suzanne Stanton from the Holt Estate.The Surf Life Saving Sydney Awards of Excellence were presented at a function held at Coogee on 26 May2018. Elouera nominated a number of members for awards and congratulations to those members whoattained awards on the night.The club’s nominations were:Club of the YearSurf Life Saver of the Year – Jackson TownsVolunteer of the Year – Darren GaleaMasters Athlete of the Year – Jordan AndersenSurf Sports Team of the Year – Wilko Open Women’s Boat Crew(Sarah Hill, Tara Lal, Emma Gillespie, Samantha Hewitt and sweep Grant Wilkinson) Young Athlete of the Year – Michael Hanna JDC Female Lifesaver of the Year – Sophie Burns JDC Team of the Year – U14 Male Beach Relay(Lachlan Crossle, Max Geronimo, Kya Laffan and Peter Thoroughgood) JDC Athlete of the Year (9-10 yrs) – Emily-Summer Nguyen JDC Athlete of the Year (11-12 yrs) – Bella Summers JDC Athlete of the Year (13-14 yrs) – Max Geronimo Official of the Year – Robyn Allan Coach of the Year – Grant WilkinsonWe were successful in the following awards: President’s Award – Ron HegartyClub of the Year – Elouera SLSCSurf Lifesaver of the Year – Jackson TownsJDC Female Lifesaver of the Year – Sophie BurnsArea Patrol Efficiency (Cronulla/Sutherland) – Elouera SLSCSurf Sports Team of the Year – Wilko Open Women’s Boat Crew (Sarah Hill, Tara Lal, Emma Gillespie,Samantha Hewitt and sweep Grant Wilkinson)The following club members have served the lifesaving movement over many years and they will bepresented with their SLSA Long Service Awards at the Annual General Meeting: National Patrol Service Award for 10 Years 100 per cent attendance: Lauren Hall, Glenn Cairncross, DavidKowald, Paul Seymour, Warren Smith and Andrew Sugerman.Elouera continues its support and contribution to Surf Life Saving Sydney activities and remains prominent inLifesaving, Education, Surf Sports and the Support Operations Group.The following Elouera members contributed their time to Sydney Branch’s Support Ski Services: GlennCairncross, Javier Garcia, Matt Gentle, Thomas Hollywood, Andrew McKellar, Kym Pennell, Jackson Towns andLachlan Towns.These members contributed 213 hours or 19 per cent of the total 1,422 (up from 914 in 2016-17) performedby the Surf Life Saving Sydney Support Skis. Most of these members gained 100 patrol efficiency with theElouera Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated

Group. Elouera members alsoperformed many hours at thebranch and state titles. AndrewMcKellar performed the roleof branch RWC Co-ordinatorfor the season and trained newdrivers during the winter withthe assistance of Jackson Towns.Michael Batty performed therole of CSDC Assistant Life SavingSupervisor.The following Elouera memberscontributed their time as DutyOfficers for Sydney Branch: MattGentle, Darren Galea and JacksonTowns.Commercial OperationsOver the course of the current season the club executed its strategy of achieving a diversified revenue streamfrom its commercial operations. The final piece in the puzzle was the completion of the stage 2 buildingworks and appointing an operator for the café.The works were completed on time and under budget, with total borrowings for the works peaking at 450,000. The newly appointed café operator, Bianchini’s, then completed its fitout allowing the café to openin time for the start of the season in September 2017.Rent revenue received from the two sublease holders, Summer Salt Restaurant and Bianchini’s Café, was inline with budget. Revenue from the Washington Lounge was slightly higher again over the strong increasesnoted in 2016-17. This has allowed Elouera to pay down the stage 2 loan faster than anticipated, and oncurrent trends it should be cleared by the end of the 2018-19 season.As noted last year the performance of the lounge has resulted from the hard work of Brian ThompsonOAM and it is time for the club to ease Brian’s workload. To that end we have appointed Karlene Hughes asFunctions and Office Manager, responsible for both the commercial operations of the Washington Loungeand the office administration team. Kay Hutchison has also been employed to assist Karlene. An upgrade ofoffice equipment and furniture is currently underway.SupportersThe club extends its thanks to our Federal Member Mr Scott Morrison, Treasurer, and his State colleague MrMark Speakman SC, Attorney-General, for their continued support of the club.The Sutherland Shire Council continues its support and assistance to Elouera and we extend our thanks inparticular to General Manager Scott Phillips for continuing the Council’s generous support of the four BateBay clubs.It has been said in previous years, but the co-operation, support and assistance provided by Brett Richardson,Manager of Public Safety and Lifeguard Services and his team of lifeguards is outstanding. This was clearlydemonstrated to all parties when Elouera hosted the ASRL Team Navy Australian Championships in big seasin February, but it is a year-round partnership that consistently delivers a safe aquatic environment for thepublic.It is also appropriate that I acknowledge our major sponsor, The Sutherland District Trade Union Club(‘Tradies’) for its continued and valued support. This sponsorship has been going for in excess of threedecades and is greatly appreciated and valued by all members of Elouera.Annual Report 2017/201815

The Tradies sponsorship continues to provide funds for the purchase of lifesaving and competitionequipment, and support for The Tradies – Elouera Surf Awareness Clinic, which completed its 36th year. ToPresident Dennis McHugh, his Board of Directors, both Tim McAleer and Jason McMaster who served asChief Executive Officer/General Manager this year, and their team, I would like to express our gratitude andappreciation for your continued support of Elouera and we look forward to our continued collaboration.Special thanks also to: Sutherland Mazda, Tom Breen from Breen Holdings, Phillip Holt from Holt Estate,Michael and Freya Vimpany from Illawarra Blinds and Awnings, and Kym and Brett Richardson from OhanaOcean Athletics for their tremendous support of Elouera, particularly the Elouera Nippers. This contributesimmensely to the training and education of our youth.Dr John Donnellan from the Bondi SkinCancer Clinic again volunteered his timein May to provide initial skin cancerassessments for club members. Given therisks of sun exposure to our patrollingmembers this is an extremely valuableservice.To the club’s many other sponsors/supporters, who are listed elsewhere inthis Report, our thanks for your supportwithout which it would be difficult toprovide for the education and trainingof members who ultimately provideprotection to the community.Peter and the BOM,I would like to just say thank you for organisingthe Skin Cancer checks. During the screeningthe doctor found a mark on my forehead whichhe suggested that I go and see my GP about. Abiopsy identified a Basal Cell cancer which has nowbeen removed. My Doctor said that it was a greatpick up as the mark was difficult to identify.I would most likely not have had a skin check ifit had not been for Club, so from

McDonald’s Caringbah Melanie Ingram Art and Design Ohana Ocean Athletics Peak Health Position Partners Ritchies IGA Riley Balsawood Surfboards Roads and Maritime Services Servcorp Administration Soilco Sutherland District Trade Union Club (The Tradies) Sutherland Mazda Sutherland Shire Council Toll Group Total Water Westfield Miranda, Centre .

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