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Northern Beaches folk, there’s a memorial comp on for tomorrow Sat 16 Feb at Queensy. Celebrating the lives of Wills Joy and Beck Susans, the event is also a fundraiser for the Epilepsy Research Centre. This is the 4th year of the comp and it’s open to anyone who wants to contribute $50 to the cause.
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From the event page…
Welcome to what is now, a joint collaboration to help celebrate these two beautiful lives..
DATE: 16th of Feb, we would love for you all to come down to Queenscliff beach and the Steyne to continue on this amazing tradition that started 4yrs ago.
Lets make this the biggest yet!
TIME(AM): Kicking off at 7am for all who wish to enter the annual surf event.
COST: $50 to enter + free entry into the Steyne OR $75 to enter + t-shirt + free entry.
This years event will be solely surfed on single fin boards, which will be supplied on the day.
All who are not surfing in the event, please get in on the good vibes that will be going on down at the beach during the day and bring your smiles and laughs that we all love to see so much.
There will be t-shirts for sale, raffle tickets, a BBQ for most of the day and heaps of fun to be had.
TIME(PM): At 7pm we’ll be heading down to the Steyne for the evenings party where we’ll also have the annual auction to help raise money for the Epilepsy Research Centre.
COST: Entry will be $20 (free for surf comp entrants)
There will also be live music from OXBLVD and Ruffle Feather.
Can’t wait to see you all there to help celebrate these two amazing lives, lost too soon.
Can you help?, Environment, Good causes, News Stories, Opinion, People who surf, Surfrider Foundation, Top stories.
Friends of RealSurf,
The good folks at Protect Our Coral Sea have contacted us about a petition they are running which is aimed at getting the Federal Government to include important reefs in the proposed management plan. It’s very easy to make yourself heard on this one!
The Coral Sea is a tropical marine jewel which lies east of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. It’s one of the last places on Earth where large marine animals can still be found in great numbers.
The government’s draft plan for this iconic area leaves the majority of species-rich coral reefs, important breeding sites open to fishing.
Right now the federal government is considering the fate of Australia’s Coral Sea.
If the petition widget isn’t showing below on your web browser, please just click here to visit Protect Our Coral Sea where you’ll find it on the front page.
Byron, Good causes, Local Colour, Surf culture, surf photography.
Yes folks its true there was not a lot happening over the last week in Byron Bay. But there are some events that are well worth taking note of for next Saturday the 22nd in the bay. For those into photography and music, there will be an exhibition up at The Top Shop. Some featured shutter bugs will be George Greenough, Matty Yates & Justin Crawford, with live music by Josh Hamilton from 11am till1pm. Also on the same day at the Byron Bay Community centre. Andrew Wells from Grown surfboards will be teaching his handicraft in a wooden surfboard workshop. This will happen between 4-5pm you don’t want t miss that. Last but certainly no least, Saturday the 22nd is the Byron Breast Cancer Day running at Railway Park in town from 10am till 2pm. There will be some entertainment, music, talks Yoga etc. This is an important charity fundraising event. To be honest it’s probably going to need some extra support, so if you can get on over to it as well, while all the other exciting stuff is going on, that would be way cool, In Byron Bay Today.
Environment, Good causes, Surfrider Foundation, Top stories.
Coolest Jobs on the Coast!
Surfrider Foundation is seeking 2 people for our Avalon National HQ, to help us protect Australia’s waves and beaches. We are NFP organisation with 23 volunteer-based branches around Australia.
Operation Manager (30 hrs/wk)
The Operations Manager reports to the Board as the senior employee responsible for running our National Office. This is a challenging and rewarding role, requiring excellent administrative and management skills.
Applications close October 7 2011
Partnership Manager (20 hrs/wk)
The Partnerships Manager is responsible for building relationships with donors, sponsors, government and grand bodies, and developing related marketing and environmental campaigns with our branches.
Applications close October 14 2011
For more info and job descriptions visit www.surfrider.org.au
Environment, Good causes, Top stories.
Good causes, Long Reef, Top stories.
Environment, For the Diary, Good causes, Top stories.
Grab your heavy gloves and join the Surfrider northern beaches crew for some beach cleaning activity at South Curl Curl this SUNDAY from 0830. Look for the Surfrider tent in the green space at South Curly where there’ll be bags and so on.
Questions? Contact Nick Mercer on 0410903712 or email him at nicholas.mercer[at]det.nsw.edu.au
Good causes, News Stories, Top stories.
Paddle round Sydney Harbour
Are you feeling fit and keen to paddle 17.5 ks round Sydney Harbour and support a worthy cause at the same time??
Sunday, 27 March 2011 – 9:00 AM - starting at Blues Point Reserve.
Lifestart Kayak for Kids is a 17.5km course running from Blues Point to Clontarf in four stages of approximately 4.5km.
Entries for stand up paddleboards, surfboards, ocean paddle boards and kayaks are now open.
Can you help?, Good causes, Top stories.
“Bintang” from the forums has written in to tell us of a flood fundraiser his wife’s pulled together. Here’s his message:
My wife is organising a fundraiser for victims of Qld’s disasters. It’s at the Harbord Diggers on Thursday the 24th of Feb. It’s a dinner and dance with music by Carribean Soul(, the guys who played at the old Sands on a Sunday arvo). Ttickets are $60 with all proceeds going to Rotary. There are some awesome goodies donated for the silent auction. My wifes email is on the link. Could you put a little piece up for it? Otherwise I might put it on the forum. Cheers. Paul.
Environment, Freshwater, Good causes, Surfrider Foundation.
The organisers of the Duke’s Day say it will be a combination sustainability expo and fun events celebration and fundraiser for the Freshy SLSC. Surfrider Foundation will be on hand to conduct a beach clean up from about 0800 to 1000, so if you’re out and about on the day, say hi.