THE Surf Lifesaving Season came to an end on Sunday for Cape Hawke members. Unfortunately, weather conditions left a bit to be desired with crowds down for the Anzac Day weekend.Building works continue on the new club house at One Mile Beach. But it won’t be long before Cape Hawke members and the Great Lakes community have access to a fantastic new facility.
IN THE FAMILY: Mother and Son Patrollers Jan and Cooper Smeaton on patrol.
Over the last week external barriers have been fitted to the upstairs deck,and internal and external stairways.
This project would not have been possible without the financial support of the federal and state governments, Great Lakes Council, Cape Hawke members and the local community.
ALMOST THERE: The Cape Hawke Surf Life Saving Club’s new clubhouse is nearing completion.
On Thursday May 8 Cape Hawke members will again be assisting with the annual Matt Nixon Charity Golf Day (see story below) at Forster Golf Club.
Club members are requested to assist with on course barbecues and refreshment stands. If you wish to play contact Forster Golf Club Pro Shop.
For more information about upcoming events go to www.capehawkeslsc.org.au
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