With the start of the summer season dawning on Surf Clubs, Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch has welcomed the delivery of Killcare Surf Life Saving Club’s new all-terrain response vehicle as a win for the community and the club.
“I had the great pleasure of heading down to Killcare to view the Surf Club’s brand-new all-terrain vehicle, which was funded under Community Building Partnerships 2022 and is fully equipped and ready to go for the summer season.”
While at the Surf Club, Mr Crouch also had the ability to view the brand new electric hot water system which was funded to the amount of $34,090 under the former Coalition Government’s Surf Club Facility Program.
“This investment into transitioning the Club’s hot water system away from gas to electric will connect the system up to the existing solar and battery system enabling a reduce reliance on gas usage.”
Craig Sheppard, President of the Killcare Surf Life Saving Club said the investment has delivered real results for the Club.
“It’s an exciting time for Killcare, albeit coming into what looks like a bit of a concerning Summer, but due in no small part to the support of this grant funding, we are as well placed as we can be to face it.”
Mr Sheppard also said the Club wanted to recognise the great work BRP Australia have done in fitting out the new ATV.
“We’re also grateful to BRP who provided the ATV at a heavy discount and Beaches Sea-Doo and Can-Am who were fantastic in fitting it out for its life saving role.”