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Ocean Reef

COMMITTEE, STAFF & VOLUNTEERS

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OUR TEAM

Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club has a long history and owes its existence to an ongoing number of volunteers. The galleries below show our current management committee & staff.

This committee provides direction and oversight to the paid members of staff to ensure the club runs in the best possible way and provides value for its key assets, the members. If you see them at the club – feel free to come and introduce yourselves and have a chat!

OUR COMMITTEE

Ken Wood

Ken Wood

Commodore

Graham Hindley

Graham Hindley

Vice Commodore

Paul Phipps

Paul Phipps

Vice Commodore

David Harnett

David Harnett

Honorary Secretary

Peter Hawker

Peter Hawker

Honorary Treasurer

John Lebeter

John Lebeter

Rear Commodore - Angling

Erick Hawker

Erick Hawker

Rear Commodore - Diving

Steve Hayward

Steve Hayward

Rear Commodore - Power Boats

Terry O'Grady

Terry O'Grady

Rear Commodore - Sailing

Rob Yates

Rob Yates

Rear Commodore - Social

Ian Younghusband

Ian Younghusband

Club Patron

Doug Rasmussen

Doug Rasmussen

Trustee

Robbie Young

Robbie Young

Trustee

Geoff Tavener

Geoff Tavener

Trustee

STAFF MEMBERS

Fenn McDonnell

Fenn McDonnell

General Manager

Lynda Crosswell

Lynda Crosswell

Office Administrator

Debbie Clarke

Debbie Clarke

Functions Co-Ordinator

Paula Claridge

Paula Claridge

Chef

Georgina Badman

Georgina Badman

Bar Manager

CLUB VOLUNTEERS

Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club has a long history and owes its existence to an ongoing number of volunteers. Although we have paid staff, the club is managed and run by a volunteer committee consisting of:-

  • Commodore

  • Vice Commodore x 2

  • Rear Commodores of Sections x 5

  • Treasurer

  • Secretary

 

This committee provides direction and oversight to the paid members of staff to ensure the club runs in the best possible way and provides value for its key assets, the members.

In the clubs earlier history, volunteers staffed the galley and bar, carried out stock taking, gardening and reticulation, building work, car park and fencing, painting, junior boat maintenance, playground equipment repairs and installation, general clubhouse chores and specialist professional tasks by skilled people such as architectural planning, harassing local government for planning approvals, grants, funding and assistance to name a few!

Today we have a higher number of paid staff, and a lower number of volunteers compared to the past, however the volunteers are essential for the running of the club and we are grateful for everything that they do for the club. Without all previous, current and future volunteers the club would cease to exist.

If you are interested in taking part by volunteering at ORSSC or feel you can offer your services / skills to the club as a volunteer we would love to hear from you, please contact one of the committee.