HOW TO SAVE A LIFE: Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club vice-captain Annette Chapman, captain Adam Woodward and president Rodney Austin are preparing for a busy season on the beaches.
TWO people who have taken leadership of Mollymook Surf Club’s patrols over the coming season both started their involvements with the club after their children got involved with the Nippers program.
New surf club captain Adam Woodward and vice-captain Annette Chapman are preparing for a busy season patrolling Mollymook Beach from September 19, along with the North Mollymook and Narrawallee Beaches for six weeks during the peak season.
Adam and Annette said no major changes were planned to the club’s operations.
Instead, “It’s just a matter of maintaining the standards that we’ve got,” Adam said.
The club has about 200 patrolling members and “Our job is to ensure they are the best informed they can possibly be,” Adam said.
“It’s not difficult to do because they are all so diligent.”
Part of their role of overseeing all patrols and life saving duties is focused on ensuring all volunteers are complying with all health and safety regulations, to maintain the club’s high standards.
Those standards were important, Annette said.
“I think everyone who’s a part of this club is proud to be involved,” she said.
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