New Bonnies members ready to patrol Rainbow Beach

Bronze and SRC members at Wauchope Bonny Hills Surf Life Saving Club successfully completed their assessment after seven weeks of training.
Bronze and SRC members at Wauchope Bonny Hills Surf Life Saving Club successfully completed their assessment after seven weeks of training.

The 2018/2019 patrol season at Rainbow Beach in Bonny Hills is looking good, with a new set of watchful eyes ready to jump on board the patrols. 

A new set of watchful eyes ready to jump on board the patrols at Rainbow Beach.

A new set of watchful eyes ready to jump on board the patrols at Rainbow Beach.

The New Bronze and SRC Members at Wauchope Bonny Hills Surf Life Saving Club successfully completed their assessment last Sunday, December 2, after seven weeks of training.

“Thanks must go to the club’s chief training officer, Paul Hoole and his wonderful volunteers,” said Gayl Ellis from the club.

The members were put through their paces, being assessed by Anni Yaringa (Director of Education Mid North Coast Branch office) and ‘Chalkie’ Bob Smith (Life Member and OAM Wauchope Bonny Hills SLSC). 

Carols on the Grass at Bonny Hills will be happening on Sunday December 9 from 5pm to 8.45pm with Santa arriving at 7.45pm.

Bring your picnic blanket and chairs and enjoy the entertainment provided by the Camden Haven Community Band, North Haven PS senior band, North Haven PS senior choir and St Joseph’s Laurieton choir.

There will be a sausage sizzle, face painting and glow sticks for sale.

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