Another successful evening for Secret Harbour SLSC

Surf Life Saving Western Australia celebrated the 2014/15 season at its Awards of Excellence at Crown Perth recently. The Awards of Excellence celebrate outstanding contributions and achievements from Surf Life Saving WA (SLSWA) volunteers, lifeguards, athletes and clubs.

Secret Harbour is very honoured to have been awarded the WA Patrolling Club of the Year for the 5th year running. This award is a reflection of the dedication and commitment of all our volunteer lifesavers. We couldn’t do it without you.

Carolyn Wilson was awarded the WA DHL Volunteer of the Year. Carolyn has dedicated many volunteer hours to Secret Harbour SLSC and she was recently presented with life membership to the club. Over recent years, Carolyn has taken on the role of an official at local, state and international surf carnivals, and on many occasions has been the carnival referee. Within the club she has served on our board for many years, provided coaching to our juniors and senior athletes, patrols and is always available to help out where she can. We are all so proud of her achievements and congratulate her on receiving this wonderful award in recognition of her services.

Secret Harbour SLSC received the Administration Club of the Year and this is a wonderful achievement for everyone that contributes to the administration of the club from the office staff through to all the volunteers assisting with everything from registration, the weekly banking, grant writing, data entry & loading patrol hours.

Congratulations to our other nominees on the evening:

Young Achiever of the Year: Liam Bates
DHL Lifesaver of the Year: Garry Hart
Support Operations Volunteer of the Year: Garry Williams