Lifesavers needed at Rainbow club

EVER wanted to do something for the community that’s a lot of fun and gets you on the beach?

Well the Rainbow Beach Surf Lifesaving Club is recruiting new active members.

Rainbow Beach Surf Lifesaving Chief training officer for 2010/2011 season is Paula Cartwright.

She is holding a bronze medallion camp over the September school holidays and is after participants.

She said Surf Lifesaving was a great way to help the local community, meet new friends in a family friendly atmosphere while learning valuable life skills.

Cartwright said lots families from Gympie, Rainbow Beach and Tin Can Bay were involved in the club and were leading a fun and healthy lifestyle.

“The camp starts the first week of the holidays starting Sunday September 19 for seven days.”

Anyone interested can phone her on 0437 648 054 for more information about joining Australia’s lifesaving movement.

Gympie Times


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