The ASRL Committee for the fortcoming 2015-16 season was decided at the AGM held last weekend on the Gold Coast. Click HERE for the results. The 2015 ASRL Annual Report is also available for download on the page or via the "Document Downloads" section here on the website (About => Minutes & Newsletters).
As mentioned in the recent Newsletter the ASRL Committee are now underway in running out a State by State member Forum. Adding significant importance to these Forums is the fact that we have now also been endorsed to be part of running out the SLSA National Review of Surf Sport and Recreation as it sits within the overall organisation.
These Forums will be must attend so you are now invited to read the discussion topics that we will be covering in each location. To read more about the Forums, click HERE
The ASRL 2015 AGM is fast approaching (Sat 18 July). The Agenda has been set and Committee Nominations for the forthcoming year have been accepted. All current Members are encouraged to have their say and cast their vote for the Committee. ASRL Newsletter #56 has just been released and it contains inmportant information regarding the AGM, Committe Nominations and Electronic Voting.
- To read the online version of the Newsletter, click HERE
- Committee Nominee CV's are available by clicking HERE
- The AGM Agenda is available by clicking HERE
- The 2014/15 ASRL Financial Return & Auditors Report is available by clicking HERE
An Itemised List of ASRL Committee Achievements since 2006 is available by clicking HERE
Exercise your right and use your vote! We hope to catch up with you all at the AGM on 18 July.
The ASRL Annual General Meeting:
Date: Sat 18th July
Time: 10am sharp
Location: Coolangatta–Tweed Heads SLSC QLD
Further AGM information, Committee Nomination Form and Proxy Vote Application can be found by clicking HERE
19 Australian, 2 New Zealand and 5 Turkish Surfboats rowed on the Gallipoli peninsular in a spectacular show of emotional respect to the diggers and Turkish soldiers of the Gallipoli campaign. Each boat had at least two crews of rowers so 300 rowers were part of this amazing spectacle. The event, which wasn't a race, was conducted in the extremes of weather ranging from freezing and wet to beautiful and sunny. Read the full article with video/pics HERE