Fairhaven Newsletter – June 20, 2018



The latest Fairhaven SLSC Newsletter is now available:

  • Position Vacant – part time, Administration Coordinator
  • Annual General Meeting – Sunday 19th August
  • Merchandise – Online
  • GoodSAM app

Go To: Newsletter


Fairhaven SLSC Merchandise



We are excited to launch our Fairhaven merchandise for online sale this season.

We have worked with Ghanda for many years and they are pleased to be working with us on this online shop. This also means that sizing will be the same as last summer (and summers previous) as all clothing will be supplied by Ghanda.

To order please visit the following website: www.fslsc.shopunited.com.au


Tim Gates Classic 2018 – Results



Congratulations and thank you to everyone who joined us for the Tim Gates Classic 2018

5KM

Download: Overall Results (pdf)
Download: Age Group Results (pdf)

10KM

Download: Overall Results (pdf)
Download: Age Group Results (pdf)

Results Archive

Go To: www.timgatesfoundation.org.au


FEEDBACK

We hope you enjoyed this years Tim Gates Classic. If you have any comments on the event, or ideas on how we may do things even better next year, please let us know using our feedback form.

Go To: Feedback form


River Swim Results



Congratulations to all 42 competitors who took part in this years River Swim.

Conditions were excellent and some truly great times were posted.

For a full list of results, follow the link below.

Go To: River Swim Results





Gym / Training Facility at Yarringa Road



The Gym / Training Facility at Yarringa Road is available to financial members.

For initial access please contact Dave Thompson on 0415 526 595.

The room has some fitness equipment available and also tables and chairs for small meetings or training classes.

Members must be financial for insurance purposes.

LSV Leadership Development Workshop Reflection – Maddy Green



As a young female in lifesaving, I’m continually inspired by the incredible role models in our movement.

On the 23rd of February I was fortunate enough to attend LSV’s Leadership Development Workshop and meet one of such women, Kate Bell.

Kate was the first female, and youngest ever President of Mentone LSC and hearing about how she overcame the attitudes of some club members, and the positive change she was able to induce within her club opened my eyes to the impact a relatively young person can have within an organization, and made me question what I want my impact to be as I continue my development within lifesaving.

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