11 Results for group: committee
Hi, I am Priscilla Brown, but many of you may remember me as Prill Barrington! I was heavily involved in the Surf Club, having gone right through from Nippers to Lifeguarding and even a couple of years on the Committee
. The better part of the past 10 years has seen me work interstate and overseas, however, I am now settled ...
I am delighted to have been appointed to the Portsea SLSC Committee
. I am of an age when females were not permitted to participate in surf lifesaving or get our bronze so I was confined to the beach jealously watching the boys have all the fun. Thankfully times have changed and I look forward to sharing my experiences ...
Hi, I’m Jacqui Hart and I am taking on the role of Education Director this season. I have been a Portsea member for all 23 years of my life and have been involved in the club from nippers through to patrolling. Previously, I have been the Nipper Instructor Manager and more recently a member of the Operational Committee
I was introduced to PSLSC as a nipper and I have since spent every summer of my life at the club. I am currently the Lifesaving Director and an active patrolling member of the Mighty Ducks. My previous roles at the club include: Bronze Camp Chief Instructor, Patrol Captain and a Nippers Coordinator.
I am excited to take on the role of Deputy President as well as continuing in the Junior Development Director role. I have a great appreciation of what a modern surf life-saving club needs to be in order to be successful (and sustainable). At the heart of this is protecting the beach going public and as such, I ...
I joined the Portsea SLSC Community 5 years ago and I was taken back by the degree of camaraderie that existed between members of all ages. This supportive and encouraging environment was what inspired me to apply for the Education Subcommittee
and is the element of the Club that I still value the most today.
I joined the club back in 2011 after doing my Bronze, I became a patrol captain of the Usual Suspects a few years later. Portsea SLSC is such a wonderful place and community to be a member of. Like many others, the club has become a large and wonderful part of my life for which I couldn't be any more grateful
Hello! I am Andrew May, more universally known as Andy May or the club’s Equipment Director. I have been involved with the lifesaving club since attaining my Bronze Medallion in 2017 and was previously the club’s First Aid Director on the Operational Committee
. I am actively involved in patrolling, water-safety and ...
Member of PSLC for past 15 years
Two adult children completed Nippers and Bronze camp
Been on Committee
as Treasure for past 6 years
Played and still currently playing water polo . Won world championship in NZ last year in World Master
Patrolling Group the Masochists for past 10 years
Partners in a ...
My first involvement in the club was through my kids' participation in the Nipper program about 15 years ago when we found that sailing lessons were not burning off enough of their energy. I went through Henry Kiss' part-time bronze program soon after and before I knew it the entire family had become deeply involved ...