Kiama SLSC set to party as club celebrates 110 years of service

One of the Kiama SLSC former IRB racing teams in action at a Surf Beach carnival in the late 90s.
One of the Kiama SLSC former IRB racing teams in action at a Surf Beach carnival in the late 90s.

Kiama SLSC is preparing to celebrate yet another milestone in the club’s history, when it marks the 110th anniversary of the club’s formation on March 17.

The club is very proud of its achievements and involvement in the community over 11 decades and looks forward to many more in the future.

Kiama SLSC is one of the oldest Clubs in NSW and Australia, and was created only one year behind the national Surf Life Saving movement.

The club’s existence would not be possible without the involvement of all the members, sponsors and supporters over the years.

The efforts of all members has enabled the club to be in the position it is today, and they express gratitude to the many members who have committed to spending time on the committee to guide the club in the right direction.

The Surf Life Saving movement is a family friendly atmosphere and Kiama SLSC has certainly had its share of families join and be involved for many years.

In order to celebrate the achievements of the club, a special function will be held at the Kiama Pavilion, to thank all the members from over the years. 

The club is seeking all past and present members to purchase tickets to the event. Tickets must be purchased by the end of February unless sold out earlier. 

Details on the event and a link to purchase tickets can be found on the club’s website www.kiamaslsc.com.au

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