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Boyd Harris of Pukehina Surf Rescue wins 2022 SLSNZ Lifeguard of the Year

Exceptional achievements of New Zealand’s surf lifeguards were honoured at the 2022 SLSNZ National Awards Of Excellence at Te Papa in Wellington on Saturday, 17 September.Pukehina Surf Rescue is proud to announce Boyd Harris is the winner of NZ Lottery Grants Board 2022 Lifeguard of the Year.Boyd’s dedication and enthusiasm embody the surf lifesaving motto, "In it for Life" and we could not be more proud. Boyd drives change at all levels of lifeguarding, administration, membership, fund...

September 30, 2022

Welcome to the 2021/22 Season!

Summer is just around the corner and we're pumped to be getting back in the surf for a great 2021/22 Season ahead.  Keep in the loop with trainingSkill development is happening most weekends. Lifeguards, make sure you are checking the Facebook group and messenger groups regularly to stay in the loop for upcoming opportunities. If you are not part of these then ask to join up. Club membership is now due For details on how to register and pay your membership fee, see Register For 20/2021 Seas...

August 10, 2020

Pukehina Surf Rescue punching above its weight

From The Bay of Plenty Times | 30 Jul, 2020 09:00 AM Three members won four awards between them with chairman Boyd Harris taking out both the Volunteer of the Year and Volunteer Coach of the Year Awards, Emma Russell winning the Under 19 Emerging Volunteer Lifeguard Award and brother Josh sharing success in the Patrol Captain of the Year award. The club also had finalists in the Volunteer Lifeguard of the Year, Examiner of the Year, Regional Lifeguard of the Year and Patrol Club of the Year Awar...

June 30, 2020

Pukehina Surf Rescue to build a New Clubhouse

Pukehina Surf Rescue Club has been given the green light to build a new clubhouse. The Western Bay of Plenty District Council has approved an extension to the club's leased area of Dotterel Point Reserve for a new clubhouse, which is about twice the size of the existing premises. Fundraising was under way and the club expected the cost to be about $2.4 million.Project manager Andy McDowell and Pukehina Surf Rescue Lifeguard Service chairman Kevin Barugh said the current premises was outdated and...

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