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Coolum under-10 nippers, back row, Maddi Coolican, Brigitte Dick, Sabrina Fry, Gabbi Emery, Maxine Holland and, front row, Max Pyne, Mercel Goegel and Josh Dredge.
Coolum under-10 nippers, back row, Maddi Coolican, Brigitte Dick, Sabrina Fry, Gabbi Emery, Maxine Holland and, front row, Max Pyne, Mercel Goegel and Josh Dredge.

A beautiful morning greeted the Coolum nippers last Sunday, with heaps of beach and excellent surf conditions.

Even the under-6 and under-7 nippers looked like they wanted to swim out and around the cans (only kidding).

The Mooloolaba teams and individuals carnival for under-11s to under-13s will be held next Saturday and Sunday, November 15 and 16.

Nippers who have nominated are to be at Mooloolaba by 7am.

This is a teams carnival and everyone must turn up.

If there is an unexpected emergency, contact Paul Hampson immediately.

There will be no board activities on Maroochy River on a Saturday until further notice.

Nipper activities for all the ages will be held this Sunday on Coolum Beach.

For information, phone Paul Hampson on 0428 181 766.

– Mick Robinson.


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