2018 marks the 110th year Kiama SLSC has been protecting swimmers at Surf Beach. During this time Kiama has undergone extraordinary change, from a small dairy and quarrying town to a busy tourist town.
“Kiama SLSC is one of the oldest Clubs in NSW and Australia, just one year behind the national movement,” says KSLSC’s Nick McInerney.
“The Club’s existence would not be possible without the involvement of all the members, sponsors and supporters of the Club over the years.”
A special function is being held on Saturday 17 March to honour this contribution, and is hoped that as many members as possible, past and present, can attend to celebrate their achievements over the years.
“The Surf Life Saving movement has a family friendly atmosphere and Kiama SLSC has certainly had its share of families join and be involved for many years,” says Nick. “We’d love to have them come along and swap stories.”
There are limited tickets to the event, so get in early to buy yours.
Details: Information about the event and a link to purchase tickets can be found on the club’s website http://www.kiamaslsc.com.au Tickets on sale until end of February unless sold out prior.