Two significant positions have yet to receive nominations for the upcoming committee elections at the AGM. We are looking for a member to take on the role of Club Treasurer. It would be preferable that the person has some basic accounting skills or at least be familiar with excel and or MYOB. You will be mentored by the outgoing treasurer (Mark Hoffmann) for as long as you need.
North Coast regularly assists at events for Trievents fundraising towards assisting with the cost of sending successful CT’S that have made the School Sport Western Australia Triathlon team.This year we can start fundraising for Penrith 2013 early. Trievents are wanting North Coast to provide volunteers for the Western Mudd Rush on the 19 August for registration.
With the Club’s Annual General Meeting each year there comes an opportunity for persons to be nominated for life membership. There is a formal procedure in place for this process, and all nominations must be submitted accordingly. In this process there is the necessity to supply a reasonably extensive background portfolio on the nominated person in support of them being considered? All the details for life member nomination are below.
Being a committee member in a Club like North Coast is…. interesting… even fun….. Very rewarding… and also very satisfying. If you are missing some of these elements in your life, then come along for the ride. Help plan the future of your Club with other members and enjoy the camaraderie.
Sackville Small – MAP
This is an old Tri Club Classic and only fell out of favour when we moved our ride starts to Joondalup. So it’s back and ready to test you with a few demon hills, but also some fast down hills. The ride as usual leaves the Surf Club at 7.00am sharp heading down West Coast Drive all the way to Karrinyup Drive.
Thanks Club Pres – Dave Norton for another successful Duathlon on Saturday, also very well done to Glen Mesch for a very successful impressive briefing before the group took off in the cold conditions for the initial 2km run to the MAAC club and back Then it was onto the bike with a pick your own distance between Mullaloo and Iluka then to finish off most went for a run.
Well done to all the North Coasters that made the trip to compete in the inaugural Asia Pacific IM in Melbourne. Some great results, but none better than Helen’s, who has realised a dream and is on her way to Kona. You worked so hard Helen and you are an inspiration to all North Coasters.
Even though the weather conditions were not ideal first thing in the morning, with a fairly rough swim and a fare wind on the bike and run, the race was again a fantastic success with the 1597 individuals and 457 teams taking on the conditions with ease. The sun eventually showed its face, the wind dropped and the day turned out to be another stunning event for all who participated and spectated.