Camden Haven shines at Surf Life Saving Mid North Coast Awards of Excellence

Administrator of the Year Nicole Crowe and Patrol Captain of the Year Tony Worton proudly representing Camden Haven SLSC.

SURF Life Saving Mid North Coast held their Awards of Excellence at the Tacking Point Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) on Saturday 29 June.

Camden Haven SLSC members Nicole Crowe and Tony Worton were among the winners of the night, earning accolades for their exceptional service and dedication to their club and community.

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Nicole Crowe was awarded Administrator of the Year, recognising her outstanding organisational skills and commitment to the Camden Haven SLSC.

Tony Worton took home the award for Patrol Captain of the Year, celebrating his leadership and dedication to ensuring the safety of beachgoers.

Both Nicole and Tony also serve on the committee of the Camden Haven SLSC, further underscoring their deep involvement and contribution to the club’s success.

As a result of her impressive win, Nicole Crowe will now advance to the Surf Life Saving New South Wales Awards of Excellence, set to be held in Sydney this August.

This next step is a significant recognition of her efforts and achievements at the state level.

The wins for Nicole and Tony are a testament to their unwavering commitment to their community and the Camden Haven SLSC, which they proudly represent.

Their dedication is further highlighted by the fact that several Camden Haven SLSC members were also recognised among the Top 10 Patrolling Members for the Mid North Coast.

Brieanna Rumsby, Nicole Crowe, Michelle Garvan, and Kate Dwyer were named among the Top 10 Female Patrolling Members, while Tony Worton, Finlay Baird, and Ben Hosick were listed among the Top 10 Male Patrolling Members.

The significance of surf life saving to the Mid North Coast community cannot be overstated.

The region’s beautiful beaches attract many visitors, and the local Surf Life Saving Clubs collectively patrolled an impressive 20,149 hours throughout the season.

This dedicated effort ensured the safety of an estimated 132,734 beachgoers.


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