Coolum Nipper fun

Coolum Surf Life Saving Club Nippers held their training morning last Sunday at the Noosa groyne.

It was a complete success, with all the nippers having a ball.

A large percentage of the club was present and many thanks to all the parents for taking their children up to Noosa in the middle of the school holidays.

A big thank you also to all the water safety, age managers and volunteers who helped to transport gear, set up and pack up.

It all comes down to the old saying, “many hands make light work”. It is much appreciated. Well done, Coolum.

There will be board training this Saturday on the inside of Chambers Island, Maroochydore, at 8.30am. On Sunday, training is back at Coolum Beach at 8am.

Don’t forget this Sunday is the cut off date for the Met Caloundra Teams Carnival for U11s to U14s, which is being held on Saturday, November 1.

This is a teams carnival, not individual carnival. Should any nippers not turn up on the day of the carnival, they let the team down and disrupt the organisation.

All nominations are to be made to Pauline Burrows at the nipper assembly area on Sunday.

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