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Clubhouse Reno Saves The Day

Story: Patricia Higgins
Published On : Oct 22, 2021
Clubhouse Reno Saves The Day
Summer at Suttons Beach is looking even more sensational thanks to a new clubhouse renovation and extension. 

The iconic Redcliffe Peninsula Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) has been given a well-earned facelift due to a $650,000 Federal Government grant facilitated by the Hon Luke Howarth MP, Federal Member for Petrie.

Redcliffe Peninsula SLSC deputy president Kylie Robins said the upgrades would benefit the lifesavers and the community as a whole.

“The upgrades include a new training room, an equipment room for boards and Nipper gear, and a trailer room for our inflatable rescue boat,” Kylie said.

The new facilities will come in handy as the award-winning club’s membership grows.

“We were named the Sunshine Coast Junior & Youth Development Club of the Year for 2020/2021, and we recently received a special commendation for Queensland’s Junior & Youth Development Club of the Year,” Kylie said.

“All are welcome to come down to Suttons Beach on a Sunday morning during summer to check out the new clubhouse and find out what surf lifesaving has to offer.”

Kylie said she was grateful for the support of Hon Luke Howarth MP as well as Brisbane-based builders Compass Homes and EnProCon.

More information can also be found at www.redcliffeslsc.com.au.
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