Get ready for the swimming season

ARE you ready for swimming club? As the weather warms up so does the excitement of our Gayndah Swimming Club members for the opening of the Gayndah Swimming pool in mid-September. The Gayndah club numbers grew by 80% last season and we look forward to welcoming both existing and new members for the start of the new swimming season on Thursday night, October 8.

By being a member of our local swimming club, you become part of a team environment to develop swimming skills and have lots of fun as well. Our club's goals are to help individuals of all ages become the best swimmers they can be, whether it is for competitive swim meets or just an active lifestyle. Swimmers aged between 5-18 years are invited to come and try. Our club is also registered for the Get Started funding for eligible members.

The Gayndah Swimming Club holds its annual triathlon each year in October. Funds from the triathlon help our club to purchase new equipment and support the development of our swimmers.

Save the dates for the 2016 Gayndah Swimming Club District Triathlon and Duke & Duchess Fun Run on October 17 and 18.

The weekend starts with a fun run up Gayndah's iconic Duke & Duchess on Saturday, October 17 with a barbecue and live music to follow. Then get your competitive face on for the triathlon on Sunday, October 18. Great prizes to be won for all age groups.

For more information, contact Benita Darrow 0427612250, Jayne Evans 0402088026 or Sam Rowles samrowles@bigpond.com.


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