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In and out of Season our Surf Life Savers have brought together thousands from the knee high to the 'gee, you’re quite tall' range to continue a ‘democracy on the sand’ and perpetuated a whole community spirit that has at its core a purpose of Service and Vigilance and saving lives, literally, that spreads, not unlike the ripples in waves, further afield.
We’ve lost people, too many people, and our prayers and loving thoughts will be with those who will feel an absence during this Christmas and New Years period; praying those who are missing those lost this year or many a year ago will not only know the community has an understanding of what it is to feel bereft but that they will also have that moment when they know there will be an end to endings and only togetherness.
The Barefoot Ball and Sandcastles competition has been the hard work of Newport Surf Club members Peter Tillett and Annie Finn who began working on the idea in July 2016, taking on the previous very successful Barefoot Balls and Sandcastle displays and competitions that once used to run annually at Palm Beach. Falinski met with key community and athletics leaders Vicki Busse (President of Manly Little Athletics Centre), Robert Mc Entyre (President of the Sydney Pacific Athletics Club), Duncan Tweed (CEO of Athletics NSW), Peter Crombie (a Masters world champion athlete), and others, at the Narrabeen athletics track to discuss the necessity of an urgent upgrade to the dilapidated facility.
A gentleman many will have seen on Pittwater beaches during annual carnivals and swims, a SLS SNB Coach, Bayview Golf Day Organiser for the Interbranch Team and Collaroy Life Member is Bob Langbein, who keeps a fair amount of all he has done well hidden but is allowing us to create a record - and share a small insight into how, if you look after your body your body will look after you.
George Pittar (Manly, NSW) bagged a title for the Northern Beaches, taking out the 14-and-Under Boys ahead of local surfer Jamie Thomson (Narrabeen, NSW) who was the standout surfer all event.
In this regard we’ve also seen the rise and rise of the next generation in The Green Team and Avalon Boomerang Bags and the continued work of locally sprung and based Living Ocean and the Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment, as we all live in an aquatic environment too and are determined, as a community and as individuals, to be good Keepers of this place.
This octogenarian is still sharp as a tack, always busy, always doing something for others to support younger members of surf sports locally.
He also loves heading to Narrabeen Sports Centre to support grandchildren who run - possibly as fast as he once did.
I put people in the scene, to give a sense of presence.
Nature is perfect, we are part of it, it’s up to us to honour it and preserve it.
Joining Brown at the upcoming Rip Curl Grom Search International Final will be Sunshine Coast surfer Sasha Baker (Mudjimba, Qld) who took out an in-form Piper Harrison (Coolangatta, Qld) in the 16-and-Under Girls final.