The Mollymook Surf Lifesaving Club this Sunday (October 13) will hold its annual 'Brekky on the Beach' at the Mollymook Surf Lifesaving club house from 9am.
Club president, Rodney Austin (OAM) says the club invites anybody who might be interested in joining the club and being trained as a lifesaver to come down and have a chat to discuss the many options available.
There are many opportunities for all ages and genders from nippers, junior lifesavers, lifesavers also radio operators, along with admin staff and social members.
Plus there are free egg and bacon rolls available for all.
At the beginning of each season the club's membership drops as people move on to another stage of their life.
Many of the club's younger lifesavers need to move on to university, employment or other reasons.
Many of them are able to come back during the busy holiday periods and help out, which is great.
However, the club needs more lifesavers for the general patrols, particularly when we need to patrol three beaches in the peak of summer.
Socially the club offers many benefits for families and individuals, great relationships are created and free training to learn new skills including first aid, advance resuscitation, rescue techniques, general beach awareness plus competitive activities such as rowing,swimming, boards and lots more.
Go to www.mollymooksurf.com.au and please come down on Sunday have a chat and a look around the club.