7th ANNUAL REPORT - Sorrento SLSC

7th ANNUAL REPORT - Sorrento SLSC

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13th ANNUAL REPORT

Season 2010/2011 Annual Report & Financials

Proudly Sponsored by

Table of Contents

Office Bearers for Season 2010/2011 Vice President’s Report Tribute-Michael Mann Club Financial Statements Club Captain’s Report Life Saving Services Report Bay Swim Report Nipper Co-ordinator’s Report Club Champion Results Competition Results Life Saving Victoria Awards Social & Fundraising Report Patrol Hours Club Membership List for Seasons 2010/2011

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Office Bearers for Season 2010/2011 Position President

Name Michael Mann

Phone

Email

Vice President Membership

Duncan Stirling

[email protected]

Vice President Finance Secretary

Marc Clavin

5988 0692 0412 205 972 5984 2196 (w)

Ray Owens

59855970

[email protected]

Treasurer

Paul Doupe

0412 051 755

[email protected]

Clubhouse Manger

Jim Sheedy

0418 592 125

[email protected]

Club Captain

Meggan Croad

0407 872 584

[email protected]

Nipper Coordinator

Brett Irvine

Membership Officer Life Saving Services

Duncan Stirling

5988 0692

[email protected]

David Stogdale

0414 223 324 9500 0189

[email protected]

Chief Examiner/Assessor

Marc Clavin

5984 2196

[email protected]

Chief Instructor

Kristyn Burns

0434 644 673

[email protected]

IRB Captain

Chris Tepaske

0409 855 481 5976 2372

[email protected]

Gear Steward

Andy Nettlefold

0438 016 073

[email protected]

Bay Swim Co-ordinator

Jim Sheedy

0418 592 125

[email protected]

Occ Health & Safety

Howard Draper

IT/Website

Marc Clavin

5984 2196

[email protected]

First Aid Officer

Rosemary Moore

0412 456 177

[email protected]

[email protected]

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Vice President’s Report On behalf of the Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club I present this Vice Presidents Report. It has been a very emotional season, with the tragic loss of our friend and President Michael Mann. The Sorrento SLSC committee again serviced the club well and I thank them all for their commitment to the club. The Clubs finances are extremely healthy thanks to the work of our treasurers Paul Doupe and Marc Clavin. Our Patrolling season was a grueling effort, with over 2700 volunteer patrol hours. Club captain Meggan Croad, Vice-Captain Hayden Owens, and Director of Life Saving Services David Stogdale along with Patrol Captains and patrollers need to be commended on another safe season at Sorrento. The Junior Development program saw a new committee take the helm, with Brett Irvine leading the team. Nippers again proved very popular with over 150 participants. The Nippers program is an integral part of the Sorrento SLSC as it produces over 90% of our patrolling members. I wish to thank the parents and past nippers who support and develop this program. The Bay Swim (our major fundraiser) had its biggest year and was again well supported by members filling all roles. This was Jim Sheedys last year as the Swim director and the committee thanks him and his team for the success the Bay Swim has become. Toll Holdings has again supported the club financially and we thank them for their continued support. Marc Clavin Pharmacy and Falls Creek Ski Lifts also maintained their continued sponsorship of the club, which is much appreciated. I would like to congratulate Shelly Paterson and John Baker on their recent success at the Life Saving Victoria Awards of Excellence. Shelly received the award for “Lifeguard of the Year” and John was award “Male Youth Athlete of the Year”. They are to be commended on their efforts. Again I would like to acknowledge all those who kept the club moving forward this season.

Duncan Stirling Vice President

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Tribute-Michael Mann Vale Michael Mann As you will be aware our President recently lost his battle with cancer. Michael will be sadly missed by our club and by all who knew him. Marc Clavin, Sorrento SLSC Vice President presented part of the eulogy. Extract from tribute to Michael Mann: “Back in the early days of the Club a young Mick & Jenny turned up at Sorrento with a couple of Nippers and later on with little Sarah. Mick was a hands-on sort of guy and since he was so handy around Surf and was already a Bronze Medallion holder, he was quick to offer up his services as a water safety officer. A few of us banded together in those early days of the Club and spent a whole winter getting our Silver Medallion IRB Award – we had some great times together and Mick with all the crew from that winter became great friends. When the Workplace Certificate II became a mandatory component of the Surf Bronze we discovered that Mick was requalifying each year at school in a Community Bronze program. Having thought we‟d “busted” him, as Mick would say taking the “soft option” we made him line up with all the real lifesavers at Sorrento and do his annual run-swim-run at Sorrento back-beach. Needless to say the whole thing backfired on us as he was the quickest swimmer, the fastest runner and the most accomplished on a board out of the lot of us and to rub salt into the wound he went onto win the Club‟s Annual Legend Swim, not just once but back to back for the first two years running!! Mick was one of the very proud parents in the Club in 2002, when Sorrento Surf Club won its first ever Gold Medal at a State Carnival, with Josh and the boys wining Gold in the 4x100 beach relay. Such an important milestone for the Club that the event made it into the Age newspaper that week. Inspired by such a great achievement, Mick banded together with a couple of other Club parents and headed up a new Nipper Organising Committee and took the program (which was pretty good at the time) to a whole new level. His wonderful efforts together with Ray Owens & Linda Hyde from 2002 through 2008, drove our youth program with professional & organisational management, which has left a permanent mark on Sorrento SLSC and a whole generation of Nippers. We have an award at the Surf Club called the Golden Flipper, which is a highly coveted and very prestigious (not!) trophy. We had great pleasure in awarding it to Michael in 2009 for a most spectacular display of flipping the boat (with his son Josh as crew) in the Surf between the Flags at the Sorrento surf beach. When the committee decided it was his turn, Mick didn‟t hesitate to step up in 2009 as President. He was a great leader and organiser around the Club and always had an endearing friendly manner. He was so discouraged when his illness became apparent. Mick had planned this year, to drop-in or attend every patrol for the entire season. While this goal became unachievable, he decided to compete in the Club‟s Annual Bay Swim Event, which is 1.8km competitive swim held in early January (just over 4 months ago!). Considering his circumstances it was quite a surprise to us all. He entered on the day and recorded a mid-field result, which was pretty amazing for someone in Mick‟s condition, especially since he‟d not been able to do ay training. Mick was a wonderful servant of the Club and over the years his name has been emblazoned all over honour boards and trophies throughout the Clubhouse. From everyone at the Club, it‟s been a wonderful journey – it‟s a tragedy it had to end far too soon …….”

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Club Financial Statements Marc Clavin & Paul Doupe Financial Report Once again another big year for the Club with virtually all areas of activity well up on last season, and thanks to our many generous supporters we remain in a good financial position. Approximately $20,000 has been committed to Building Maintenance again in this year‟s expenses, which completes our two year Maintenance Program on budget and on time. Many thanks to Jim Sheedy for his expertise and commitment to this important project. Upon finalisation of the Club‟s Bank Loan last year we have taken up a new facility with the formation of the Sorrento SLSC Foundation, which the Club will use to manage our fund raising and Special Project activities. The Committee is very grateful for the specialist assistance we have received from Norman O’Bryan and Danny Tighe to facilitate this new initiative. Trustees for the Foundation are Club members Norman O‟Bryan, Marc Clavin, Duncan Stirling & Linda Hyde. Having managed the Club‟s financials with the considerable assistance from many Club members for over 10 years, this will be my last Financial Report. Paul Doupe has brought an outstanding level of expertise to the job as Club Treasurer and I‟m confident the Club‟s finances will be in excellent hands as he adopts the additional roles of reporting and budgeting. The Club acknowledges the generous support of Members and Friends of Sorrento SLSC for their wonderful assistance again during 2010/2011: 

The Bay Swim, capably managed by Club Member Jim Sheedy, is the Club‟s only major source of Club fundraising and it is essential that this event is well supported by all Club Members again in 2012. Jim has retired as Race Director and the Club acknowledges his wonderful efforts over 8 years to deliver this major event.



Mrs Sandy Douglas, has again assisted with preparation of the quarterly BAS‟s and provided significant volunteer hours attending to the Club‟s Accounts.



Our Auditor; Mr Danny Tighe, who reviews the Club‟s Financials has as always been a source of considerable expertise to the Club.



Toll Holdings has continued its sponsorship of both the Club and also the Bay Swim event through the generosity of our Club Patron; Mr Paul Little. This is an extremely important relationship for our Club.

The attached statement of accounts represents a true and accurate report of the financial position of the Sorrento SLSC at 30th April 2011.

Marc Clavin

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Club Captain’s Report Well again we say goodbye to another season, one full of high, lows and everything in between. Yet again I believe we had a successful season, not free of its little problems but with many more good times and excitements to outweigh the negatives. We had many a rescue this season, all successful but one in particular that required ambulance assistance and hospitalisation of the patient. Of course our most exciting rescue was of one of our own members, but the participation of all involved that day was incredible and considering it was a fast moving, adrenaline filled day the outcome was none other than successful and the best for the patient which I thank all involved for. As in years gone by, we had our traditional patrol inspections and our overall outcome was within the top few clubs in the state. This is a credit to our small but determined club and a credit to our members who volunteer their time and energy week in and week out. Being inspected on top of the responsibility of the beach that day is tough but for us to come out again looking good is a great achievement. As this season was my last as your captain I would like to thank everyone for their hard work, time and input to the club we all love. I have loved my job for the last five years and it is with regret that I say goodbye to the position, but I wish the incoming captain all the best and will be around to lend as much help and support around the club as I can in the future. This club has withstood many a hard time and none other than the year to pass but as a club we are strong and I look forward to seeing what great things are to come for us yet. Thank you for such a wonderful season - the credit is to our patrollers and I can’t wait to see you all back again next season.

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Life Saving Services Report

Patrollers provide the core service of our Club, beach safety. Without our patrollers we would not be able to ensure that we are able to maintain the high standards of beach coverage and our extraordinary low level of rescues. Patroller hours for the season were an all time high of 30,657 total patroller hours completed. This is an exceptional amount of support for our beach services and I wish to thank all of those patrollers, both young and old for their tireless support for beach safety, even on those cold days towards the end of the season. It was very pleasing to see that three were so many young and enthusiastic new Bronze and SRC (Cadets) providing their time on the beach over the Summer. Special days such as the Australia Day patrol provided a high level of activity and tested our skills under pressure. Of special note should be the excellent work and skills provided on Australia Day by Nick Burgess, Bridget Draper and Shelly Paterson in a special rescue. Conditions over the Season were “varied” to say the least. However, the Club was well prepared for the large contingent that went to States over the March weekend and was able to provide coverage. Patrolling was made a little easier to take with the addition of the new TOLL / Sorrento Spray Jackets. Thanks very much to TOLL for providing these. 2011/12 will see more courses for patroller skills and also the need to ensure that new “Bronzies” and Cadets obtain that vital level of experience on the beach, in the water and on boards as part of the development of their surf rescue skills.

David Stogdale Director Life Saving Services

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Sorrento Bay Swim 2011 Jim Sheedy – Bay Swim Event Coordinator After months of preparation, late meetings and many hours of organizing, the 2011 Sorrento Bay Swim was held on Sunday 9th January. Sunday‟s weather forecast was for 10 knot southerly winds, perfect for our event. Sunday morning at 6 am, Club members started arriving at the beach. The water was like a millpond. By 7.30 am George Paterson was busy laying the course buoys. Hundreds of people were on the beach by 8am and the registration marquee full of Club volunteers, led by Linda Hyde, was running like a well oiled wheel; no queues or delays. The Toll Tower with our MC (local business leader/club vice president, Marc Clavin), standing on the top was now cranking up the music and promoting our major sponsor the Toll Group. Marc, since the first event 7 years ago, has always liked to play loud music to get the crowd buzzing (even if it is from the 1980 era). 8.30am - wind increased a little to 15 knots. This wind direction was offshore, which smoothed out the water chop near the beach, but still created some small chop on the long leg of the course. A water safety meeting was held with Kristyn Burns taking control of the coordination of all water craft and the event was now heading towards the start time of 10 am at full steam. 10 am - Junior field of 140 entrants commenced their race. The Baths Jetty was crowded with proud parents watching their children swim 600metres and finish under the Timing Clock. This was our biggest field of Juniors on record. 10.10 am---Novice field started for first timers. They all seemed to be relaxed before the start and enjoyed the experience. 10.30am – Open and all age categories made their way down the beach 1km to the Start Line at the Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club. The new course layout that we trialled last year was slightly tweaked and the swimmers had no difficulty in navigating the course now it doesn‟t go through the moored boats but goes around the outside of them. We have finally found a great course that we can keep on using in the future. The long 1.2 km leg of the course was swum fast as the tide had turned and was flowing out. Apart from the small chop on the surface, this was an enjoyable part of the course where the swimmers found their own space and got into a rhythm. 11.40am – last age group (60yrs and over) headed off. With over 30 entrants, these guys and gals are a fine example of the health benefits achieved through swimming.

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11am – first open swimmers cross the finish line. Under 22minutes for the 1.8km swim! This is at Kieran Perkins speed (with some tide assistance) 12.15pm – everyone had finished. The entire 540 plus swimmers had made the distance. No injuries, a few assists by our water safety, but plenty of cheers, smiles and shouts of well done from the supporting crowd. 12.20pm – Mr Paul Little on behalf of the Toll Group thanked the Sorrento SLSC for putting on such a well organized swim and advised that Toll is proud to support this important fundraising event for the Club 12.30pm Presentations- Tommy Hafey addressed a 1000 plus crowd of swimmers/supporters on the benefits of fitness and good health. He truly is a legend!!! Tom then presented all the winners with their trophies and had his photo taken with each winner. One winner brought his Richmond Tiger‟s towel which, really impressed Tommy. With the event over, and the beach starting to empty, the club volunteers packed up all the gear. By 1.30pm we had cleaned up and left the beach. Back at the clubrooms, after unpacking everything, the volunteers had a barbecue and a few quiet drinks. Lots of pats on the back were handed out to all involved in making this year the best run event ever and raising over $20,000 for the Sorrento SLSC. We all have a couple of weeks off now and then the planning of the 2012 event begins! As I have retired from being the race director after 8 years a new director will be announced soon. I hope the event can be taken to the next level with some new ideas, enthusiasm and drive. I wish the swim committee and all the members involved all the best for the future. I hope to swim the event next year instead of being a spectator. Organizations and people that assisted in making this event a success that require a special mention include: Toll Group, as our major sponsor. Southern Peninsula Rescue Squad Safety Beach Coastguard GWS first aid

The Baths Restaurant

All the wonderful Sorrento SLSC volunteers.

My family

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Nipper Co-ordinators’ Report The 2010-11 Nipper Season was a great success thanks to the incredible efforts made by our nippers. Their ability to push themselves out of their comfort zone and conquer new skills and conditions was a credit to themselves and to all those dedicated volunteers who helped them from the club. Those big Sorrento challenges, first time past the shore break without Mum or Dad, that first full swim out „the back‟ and that first monster wave nailed on a nipper board were seen again and again, week after week as the nippers grew in confidence and skill. This season was a season of transition and big thanks goes to Duncan & Vicki Stirling and Donna Nettlefold for their tireless efforts over many years in putting the nippers program together. Liza Meggs (secretary), Cathy Irvine (registrations), Mick Cummins (nipper co-ordinator (policy & communications) and yours truly (nipper co-ordinator – operations) helped finish off the season and have a far better appreciation of how big our predecessors tasks have been. Our nippers again represented the club with steely determination and courage at the carnivals and made us all very proud. From the fine conditions of Elwood to the horrid conditions at both jaunts to Point Leo and finally to the States at the Lakes the red and white checks were visible in most finals. The result tally showed our little band of soldiers had a disproportionately high amount of placings compared with our bigger and finely trained competitors from the big clubs, belying the casual and fun-loving nature of our competitors. And yes, if there were medals for sand castle building we would have scooped the medal count! A great many volunteers helped out throughout the season and a huge thanks to the age managers, water safety, first aid staff, BBQ lads, social function organizers and helpers and to everyone who pitched in when required. Special thanks must go to our skilled teachers, Anne, Jo, Heidi and Stefan along with Hayden. We are very lucky to have this talent available to teach our nippers in conjunction with the age managers and water safety staff. Also to Jorja Johnstone for tackling the role of competition co-ordinator with gusto and developing some great contacts at LSV. Next season we hope to further build on the successes of last season with more opportunities for training and access to equipment for those keen to extend themselves. I look forward to the 2011-12 season with excitement and hope to see you all down at our beach the moment the weather allows.

Brett Irvine - Nipper Co-ordinator

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Club Champion Results Our annual awards night was held on Saturday 28 May at the Rye Hotel. A great night was had as members got together to celebrate both the club’s and club members’ achievements over the 2010/2011 season. The following awards were presented to our outstanding members: Best Patrol Person – Lachlan Owens Excellence Award – Hannah Davies, Patrolling and Water Safety activity Most Patrol Hours – Felicity Draper, Lachlan Owens, 110 hours Rubber Ducky – Howard Draper Hot Barbeque – Meredith Owens, Catherine Stirling, Rebecca Croad Golden Flipper – Marc Clavin, David Stogdale Endeavour Award – Ellie Hevey Outstanding Competitor – John Baker Presidents Award – Anne Bortolussi Best Club Member – David Stogdale

Best Patrol – Australia Day Patrol Shelly Paterson, David Stogdale, Jasper Nettlefold, Liam Callaghan, Chris Tepaske, Abby Stirling, Hannah Davies, Ali Davies, Georgia McGhee, Harry Stogdale, Sam Stirling, Nick Burgess, Stefan Bagg, Samatha Hafey-Bagg, Ellie Hevey, Bonnie Patterson, Ethan Wills, Laura Hevey, Hayley Pollock, Kesha Nettlefold, Felicity Draper, Samantha Grayling, Bridget Draper, Kristyn Burns, Ella Prosser, Ellie Caldwell, Anne Bortolussi, Hayden Owens.

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COMPETITION RESULTS

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COMPETITION RESULTS Australian Championships-Kurrawa Queensland

Under 17 2Km Run John Baker –Gold Medal

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COMPETITION RESULTS Australian Championships-Kurrawa Queensland

Shelley Paterson Open 2Km Run - 16th Open Long Board - 4th Open Short Board - 5th

Howard Draper Swim (55-60 Age) – 21st

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LIFE SAVING VICTORIA AWARDS John Baker won the Victorian U17 Male Athlete of the Year.

Shelley Patterson won the Victorian Lifeguard of the Year.

John has won the prestigious Competitor award and Shelly‟s win automatically nominates her for the national round of awards, which will be run at the National Conference. John and Shelley are wonderful representatives of the club and we‟re all very proud of them both. Our congratulations go to John and Shelley for their fantastic achievement and best wishes to Shelly for her national nomination.

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Social Committee Report Cathy Stirling and Meredith Owens What a fantastic response to our two social nights of the season – 200 club members enjoyed the Italian night, with plenty of Lasagne, cannelloni and pasta, and loads of garlic bread and salad. Many thanks to the hard working group who cooked and prepared the food – it was a great effort! Dessert was served, with Alex Roser of Arc Cafe generously providing outstanding delicacies for all to enjoy. Thanks Alex, for your wonderful support for the club. I am sure all SLSC members will look out for products from Arc Cafe, available at many local outlets. Our Hawaiian night was also very successful, with succulent meats from the spit served with salad, followed by a range of desserts for adults and children. Alex again provided beautiful tarts, Cathy catered for the health conscious with fresh fruit salad, Susie’s frog in the pond proved popular, and Glace donated delicious sorbet. Many thanks to all involved and to the members who have supported our social events this season. The social committee also organised food for the nippers after competition training on Friday nights, with a variety of Pizza, home - made sausage rolls and quiches and fish and chips. Thanks to Donna and James at the Koonya Hotel for supporting the club with a great deal on fish and chips! Our annual awards night was held on Saturday 28 May at the Rye Hotel. A great night was enjoyed as over 100 members got together to celebrate both the club’s and club members’ achievements over the 2010/2011 season. Thanks to all the club members who have helped so eagerly with our social events this season, and to all club members for their great support and attendance at our events. We look forward to more fun next season.

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PATROL HOURS Surname

First Name

All Patrolled Hours

Abbott

Mitchell

Bagg

Stefan

55.5

Bainbridge

Harry

29.5

Baker

John

74

Bortolussi

Anne

20.5

Bradshaw

Daniel

Brown

Lachlan

57 16

Burgess

Nicholas

65.5

Burns

Kristyn

81

Caldwell

Ellie

36

Callaghan

Liam

35.5

Clavin

Alice

42

Clavin

Angus

32.5

Clavin

Marc

82

Clavin

William

15

Corbett

Jordan

5

Croad

Anna

43.5

Croad

Georgia

27.5

Croad

Indianna

38.5

Croad

Lachlan

24

Croad

Meggan

69

Curwood

Timothy

52

Davies

Alexandra

Davies

Hannah

41

Doupe

Jeremy

45.5

Draper

Bridget

65

Draper

Felicity

110

Draper

Howard

Elliott

Sebastian

33.5

Fleetwood

Sophia

13.5

Grayling

Bruce

74.5

Grayling HafeyBagg

Samantha

43.5

Samantha

32.5

Hevey

Ellie

39.5

Hevey

Laura

Holt

Nicolette

5.5

Hoyle

Britt

14.5

Hyde

Brigitte

34.5

Kaye

Scott

0

Lambie

Meg

13

13

43.5

75

50

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Lang

Tyrone

43.5

Lute

Gerard

0

Lynch

Bethany

0

Mann

Joshua

24

Mann

Sam

0

McGhee

Chelsea

0

McGhee

Donald

0

McGhee

Georgia

19.5

Molent

Alexander

39

Molent

Natasha

39

Nettlefold

Andy

40.5

Nettlefold

Jasper

68.5

Nettlefold

Kesha

74

Newton

Ema

12

O`James

Kerrie

6.5

Owens

Hayden

99

Owens

Lachlan

110

Pardy

Bridget

24.5

Pardy

Sam

9

Paterson

Anne-Marie

0

Paterson

Bonnie

11

Paterson

Shelly

41

Pollock

Hayley

20.5

Prosser

Ella

8.5

Riordan

Nova

13

Robson

Annabel

Russell

Ben

16

Sheedy

James

0

Sheedy

Katherine

5

Stirling

Abby

Stirling

Duncan

87

Stirling

Sam

69

Stogdale

David

75

Stogdale

Harry

26

Stringer

Sophie

34.5

Tepaske

Chris

23.5

Weddle

Jordan

15

Wills

Ethan

44

14.5

38.5

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CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST Abbott Abbott Abbott Abbott Abu-Arab Alexander Alexander Amad Bagg Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge Baker Baker Baker Baker Bale Barclay Meagher Bennie Bennie Bennie Bennie Biermann Biermann Biermann Birdseye Blandon Blandon Blane Boardman Boardman Boardman Boardman Borsi Bortolussi Bos Bradshaw Bradshaw Bradshaw

Mark Mitchell Nathan Sue Adela Ross Sarah Nicole Stefan Alice Danny Harry Leanne Max Annie Chris Jeanette John Jacqui Meredith Craig Jack Leanne Luke Chris Dianne Oliver Joanna Michael Mitchell Elizabeth Callum Mark Monique Nicola Bianca Anne Timothy Daniel Harry Karen

Bradshaw Bradshaw Bradshaw Bremner Brend Brend Brend Brend Brockhoff Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Burfurd Burfurd Burfurd Burgess Burns Burns Burns Burns Burns Burrows Burrows Burrows Caldwell Caldwell Callaghan Calvert Calvert Calvert Chapman Chapman Chapman Charlwood Chiodo Chiodo Chiodo Ciavarella

Maja Royston Sebastian Mitchell Annabel Clive Janine Timothy Fiona Jamie Jarrod Lachlan Matthew Natalie Ross Claire Lachlan Phillip Nicholas Danielle Drew Ian Jake Kristyn Jacob James Rebecca Ellie Mitch Liam Angus Craig Eve Kieran Lee Scott Katrina Alistar Carlo Nicholas David

Clavin Clavin Clavin Clavin Clavin Clavin Colliver Colliver Colliver Colliver Cooke Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Corbett Corbett Corbett Corbett Corbett Corbett Croad Croad Croad Croad Croad Croad Croad Croad Croad Croad Croad Crowe Cummins Cummins Cummins Curwood Cutler Cutler

Alice Angus Eleanor Marc Susannah William Alex Andrew Erin Vicki Cathy Alyson Ella Jemma Jeremy Max Ned Bailey Cooper Dyllan Jordan Raelene Wayne Anna Anne-Maree Darren David Georgia Indianna Jonathan Lachlan Meggan Rebecca Suede Jorja Darcy Mick Sean Timothy Jamie Savannah

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Daly Daly Daly Davies Davies Davies Davies Davies De Heer Dessiniotis Dessiniotis Dessiniotis Dessiniotis Doupe Doupe Doupe Doupe Draper Draper Draper Draper Dunne Edmanson Edmanson Edmanson Edmanson Elliott Elliott Elliott Ellis Ellis Ellis Ellis Farmer Farmer Farmer Farmer Feehely Feehely Feehely Feehely Ferguson

Beppe David Maia Alexandra Hannah Lucy Madeleine Phillip Ken Chris Dean Eryn Martha Erin Jeremy Julia Paul Bridget Elizabeth Felicity Howard Martin Andrew Harvey Lara Rosalind Gigi Michael Sebastian Jasper Paul Sterling Viv James Lucy Nicole Tom Aisling Conal Peta Tom Ava

Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Fleetwood Fleetwood Fleetwood Fleetwood Fleetwood Francis Francis Francis Francis Francis Gastin Gastin Gastin Gastin Gastin Gaynor Gaynor Goss Goss Goss Goss Goss Grant Grant Grant Grayling Grayling Grayling Hafey Hafey-Bagg Hafey-Bagg Healy Healy Healy Healy Hevey Hevey Hevey

Daryl Jaz Pru Vashti Andrew Hamish Hannah Melissa Sophia Emily Mark Samantha Simone Thompson Bryce Cameron Helen Hugh Paul Damon Paul Balin Gerard Jed Jess Samatha Gemma Leon Rebecca Bruce Jennifer Samantha Joanne Jamie Samantha Cleo Jack Luca Mark Ellie James John

Hevey Hevey Hilliker Holt Holt Holt Holt Hoyle Hoyle Hoyle Hughes Hughes Hughes Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde Irvine Irvine Irvine Irvine Iser Jack Johnston Johnstone Johnstone Johnstone Johnstone Jordan Jordan Kadwell Kadwell Kadwell Kadwell Kaye Kosman Lambie Lambie Lambie Lambie Lambie

Laura Lisa Sarah Brittany Daryl Michelle Nicolette Adam Britt Imi Andrew Isabella Stephanie Brigitte Daniel Glenn Linda Stephanie Brett Catherine Madeline Zoe Stephen Travis Jesse Blair Flynn Ned Piper Connor Kim Debbie Ethan Tim William Scott Marla Kate Louise Meg Melissa Paul

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Lang Lang Lang Lang Lansell Lansell Lansell Lansell Lansell Le Deux Le Deux Le Deux Lee Lennon Lennon Lennon Lennon Lennon Lewins Lewins Li Li Li Lloyd Lloyd Lloyd Lunny Lute Luu Luu Luu Lynch Lynch Lynch Lynch Lynch Lynch Lynch Lynch MacGregor MacGregor MacGregor

Craig Georgia Susan Tyrone Ava Ella Jeremy Mia Miranda Celeste Frederick Frederick Maretta Anthony Debrorah Eliza Hugo Meribel Angela Josephine Iris Mabel Wen Georgia Isabella Julie Bettina Gerard Chris Duy Thu Bethany Georgia Kevin Lewis Maria Morgan Peter Thomas James Calum Fergus Rory

Mackey Mackey Main Main Main Main Mann Mann Mann Mann Maron Marston Maxwell McColl McColl McColl McColl McColl McFarlaneSmith McFarlaneSmith McFarlaneSmith McGhee McGhee McGhee McGhee McIntosh McIntosh McIntosh McIntosh McIntosh McKernan McKernan McKernan McKernan McKernan McKnight McNamara McNamara McNamara McNamara

David Harry Alexander Christopher Lachlan Rachael Jenny Joshua Sam Sarah Jeana Kyla Levi Chloe Ella Josh Kelvin Robyn Luke Paige Stacie Chelsea Donald Georgia Kristina Ashlie Jane Lochie Mark Mitchell Alannah Anne-Maree Anton Briannah Tayla Paul Aonghus Harriet Justine Ruby

McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson Meagher Meagher Meggs Meggs Meggs Meggs Meuleman Meuleman Meuleman Meuleman Molent Molent Molent Moore Morehead Morehead Morehead Morgan-Elliott Muir Muir Nettlefold Nettlefold Nettlefold Nettlefold Nettlefold Nettlefold Newton Newton Newton Noy O`Brien O`Brien O`Brien O`Brien O`Brien O`Brien O`Bryan O`Bryan

Donna James James Ruby Catherine Neale Emma Liza Lochy Phil Peter Ryan Samantha Sarina Alexander Loris Natasha Rosemary Michael Roxy Tanya Suzann Matilda Pearl Troy Andy Clay Donna Jasper Kesha Peppa-Rose Ema James Martin Sue Joanne John Katie Lily Maggie Nina Isobel Norman

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O`Bryan O`Connell O`Connell O`Connell O`Connell O`Connell O`Donoghue O`Grady O`Grady O`Grady O`Grady O`James O`James O`James Owens Owens Owens Owens Pardy Pardy Pardy Pardy Pardy Paterson Paterson Paterson Paterson Paterson Paterson Pattison Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Pierri Pierri Pierri Pierri Pierri Pierri Pollock Pollock

Patrick Jayne Liam Neale Patrick Sean Joanne Ciara Debra Paul Ryan Erin Kerrie Sue Hayden Lachlan Meredith Raymond Bridget Joseph Michael Sam Tom Anne-Marie Bonnie Bryce George Janet Shelly Melissa Allison Brad Harry Sophie Alexandra Anna Isabella Luigi Matthew Rebecca Hayley Lucy

Pollock Pollock Prosser Prosser Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn Rickard Rickard Riley Riley Riley Riley Riordan Riordan Riordan Riordan Riordan Riordan Ritchie Rizzuto Rizzuto Rizzuto Rizzuto Rizzuto Robson Robson Robson Roser Roser Ross Ross Rowson Rowson Rowson Rowson Russell Russell Russell Russell Russell

Robert Sharon Ella Vanessa Callum Michael Oliver Rupert Danielle Roslyn Boston Franki Mason Natasha Jacob Joanne Michael Miranda Nova William Zara Jock Jon Leanne Will Zac Annabel Paul Stephanie Alex Finn Heidi Stephen Charlotte Kerry Nicholas Paul Ben Emily Joshua Kathryn Michael

Shea Sheedy Sheedy Sheedy Sheedy Smith Smith Stephan Stephan Stephenson Stirling Stirling Stirling Stirling Stirling Stogdale Stogdale Stogdale Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan Superina Swann Swann Swann Swift Swift Swift Swift Tepaske Tepaske Torres-Don Trim Trim Trim Turner

Scott James Katherine Linda Megan Derek Natalie Joshua Siobhan Ricky Abby Catherine Duncan Sam Vicki David Giselle Harry Benjamin David David Sophie William Bonnie Darren Goldie Tahne Fabiola David Ella Yasmin Adam Ava Mani Sian Chris Mitchell Nicolas Haydan Kristen Summer Bernadette

29 13th Annual Report

Turner Vo Watts Watts Weddle Whelan Whelan Whelan Whelan Whitworth Whitworth Whitworth Wills Wills Wills Wills Wills Wills Wright Wright Yanez

Michael Lan-Huong Jennifer Katy Jordan Estella Joanne Oliver Peter Mandy Saasha-Belle Wayne David Ethan Joanne Joel Lila Sienna Elissa Jane Evonne

30 13th Annual Report