MARANUI SLSC - SEASON 2017/18 (03/10/2017)
Junior Surf Season is almost upon us.
Junior Surf is a great way for children to make friends, be active and enjoy the beach in a safe environment.
If you would like to join the Maranui Family, please register
CLICK HERE - https://goo.gl/forms/xrAd2JIvrUtDRog42
MARANUI JUNIOR SURF SEASON STARTS ON SUNDAY 5 NOVEMBER 2017JUNIOR SURF SUNDAY SESSION TIMES
U7 - U10 year olds, 10am - 11am
U11 - U14 year olds, 11am - 12.30pm
Note: Age as at 30th September 2017
Please Note: The 11am session will start with a core strength program for 30 mins.
DATES FOR 2017/2018CARNIVAL DATES 2017/2018
Maranui SLSC Club Open Day - Sunday 29 October, 12pm - 3pm
Start Date for Junior Surf - Sunday 5 November 2017
Last Junior Surf session for 2017 - Sunday 17 December 2017
Junior Surf Starts for 2018 - Sunday 14 January 2018
Junior Club season ends - Sunday 11 March 2018
Junior Surf Carnival #1 - Sunday 19 November 2017, Worser Bay
Junior Surf Carnival #2 - Sunday 3 December 2017, Maranui SLSC
Capital Coast Junior Champs - Sunday 4 February 2018, Riversdale
Junior Surf Carnival #3 - Saturday 18 February 2018, Foxton
PLEASE NOTE: There is NO club Junior Surf on carnival days as all coaches will be at the carnival. U7’s don’t compete at carnivals.
JOIN MARANUI SLSC (15/09/2017)MARANUI SLSC - CLUB OPEN DAYMaranui SLSC invites the community, new and existing members, to the Club Open Day on SUNDAY 29 OCTOBER, 12pm - 3pm.Come along and see what’s happening at the club this season, meet coaches, lifeguards and athletes, have a look around the surf clubhouse, register and become a member, information on junior surf, seniors, becoming a lifeguard and information on hiring the club.If you have friends who are interested in becoming members, tell them about our Open Day. If you can not make it, please register here - https://goo.gl/forms/xrAd2JIvrUtDRog42 and we will be in touch.Now is the time to register with Maranui Surf Life Saving Club, it's a great way to enjoy the beach this summer.Junior Surf Season starts - Sunday 5 November 2017.Spread the word. See you all there.
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME 2017/2018 (05/09/2017)MARANUI SLSC - CLUB OPEN DAYSMaranui SLSC invites the community, new and existing members, to the Club Open Days on Sunday 10 September, 12pm - 3pm and Sunday 29 October, 12pm - 3pm.Come along and see what’s happening at the club this season, meet coaches, lifeguards and athletes, have a look around the surf clubhouse, register and become a member, information on junior surf, seniors, becoming a lifeguard and information on hiring the club. We look forward to seeing you all.If you have friends who are interested in becoming members, tell them about our Open Days. If you can not make it, please register here - https://goo.gl/forms/xrAd2JIvrUtDRog42 and we will be in touch.Spread the word. See you all there.Season starts - Sunday 5 November 2017.
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME (25/11/2016)
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME - REGISTER NOW
Sand, Surf, Sun and Fun!
The season has started, but we are still taking registrations. We welcome new members from ages 6 and up. REGISTER NOW - SPACES AVAILABLE.
Please register via the online REGISTRATION FORM for the 2016/2017 Season and we will be in contact.
Junior Surf Sunday Session Times:
6-9 year olds, 10am - 11am
10-13 year olds, 11.30am - 12.30pm
Note: Age as at 30th September.
For more information about ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP SUBS - Click Here
Life Members Award - Chris Mark (18/11/2016)
On behalf of the Life Members, George Gallagher awarded Chris Mark a life membership at the AGM held on 11 September 2016. George gave a brief history about Chris.
Chris joined the club forty odd years ago as a nipper. He loved the water and swimming at Lyall Bay and Maranui. He became a top junior competitor and then moved into the senior ranks following in his father’s footsteps. His father was also a top competitor and a national title holder representing Maranui and a long time captain of the NZ water polo team. Chris was a Wellington rep as a junior, he excelled at water polo. George mentioned that Chris had his 21st at Maranui resulting in what George described as the biggest food fight in Wellington after someone threw a cream cake. The clubhouse had to be hosed out. Chris married Julie Moore whose father is a life member of the club. Chris and Julie have two children, Toby and Sophie who both compete in the club. Chris’ legacy will be with coaching the nippers. He started coaching with a nipper membership of 15 and now has about 200. Chris can take a lot of pride in the work he has done for the club.
He is also an advocate of keeping the bay clean and advocated to retain the club after the fire.
A huge congratulations Chris - an award well deserved.