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To all swimmers and families,


We had our first carnival last Sunday at the picturesque Mirboo North. Phillip Island did very well with many personal bests. Our home carnival is fast approaching this Sunday 8th February. The weather is predicted to be hot! As we are a club of volunteers, we rely upon the support of everyone to ensure the day is run smoothly. Below are a few things that we will need assistance with.


  1. 1.Raffle items - Thank you to those people who have dropped in raffle items already. These will be made up Friday night, so please bring something to training this week. If you know of any local businesses who would donate anything please ask and let us know.


  1. 2.Food - During the day, we will be supplying the timekeepers and official's with refreshments. Therefore we need cakes/slices, sandwiches, and fruit platters alike. If you can assist us here please reply to this email and let us know what you can bring please.


  1. 3.All hands on deck! As you arrive for the carnival, a roster for timekeeping (you get refreshments!!), kiosk, BBQ etc. will be available, please put your name down, many hands make light work.


  1. 4.ALL SWIMMERS NEED TO BE AT THE POOL BY 8:15 please! We have a quick team meeting and your captains will be introduced.


Our own carnival is an exciting day, and we are really looking forward to seeing how our swimmers perform in the pool. Don't forget, every time you get in the pool, you earn one point for the club!!

Thank-you in advance for your ongoing support!


See you Sunday!


Kind Regards

Phillip Island Swim Club Committee



2015 Victorian Open Championships

Over 500 athletes from 91 swimming clubs will converge on the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre to compete in the 2015 Victorian Open Championships


The action packed program consists of 64 events over three days, from 16-18January.

 

These three qualifying swimmers from South Gippy Bass Swim Club swam for Phillip Island...


Nathan Foote - 200m Backstroke

 

Lily Robinson - 50m Breaststroke,100m Breaststroke

 

Taya Murdoch - 50m Backstroke


Congratulations on a great achievement!!












To ALL swimmers and families


We hope that you had a wonderful Christmas and wish you all the best for 2015.


Here are the carnival dates and locations beginning February 1st:


01/02 Mirboo North

09/02 Phillip Island

15/02 Toora Relay Day

22/02 Korumburra

01/03 Leongatha

08/03 Long weekend no carnival

15/03 Wonthaggi

22/03 Toora

29/03 Champs day (first Sunday of school holidays)


As our first carnival is the first week back term 1, we are running sessions at Cowes Primary School pool Friday the 16th and 23rd of January for those swimmers who would like to prepare. These sessions will run from 6-7pm.


Wednesday Juniors will return February 4th at Cowes.

Thursdays will return 29th January at WONTHAGGI.

Fridays will return 30th January at COWES. Sessions will run 4-5pm and 5-6pm.

Monday will return 2nd February at Wonthaggi.


PHILLIP ISLAND HOME CARNIVAL:

Our home carnival is Sunday 8th of February. Its a wonderful opportunity for ALL swimmers to get in and have a go! Especially those new swimmers who would like to see how whether all their hard work has paid off. Everytime a swimmer finishes a race, it earns the club one point. Participation is the key, and having fun is what its all about. If you have any questions about the carnivals don't hesitate to contact coaches or committee.

As we prepare numerous raffles for the day, please start putting aside appropriate items to bring to training and give to the club.

If there are specific things that you are able to help the club out with on the day, please let us know.


Have a Happy New Year!


Phillip Island Swim Club Committee




Join the  Phillip Island Aquatic Centre Fund and help secure a pool for your community.


As you are aware the Bass Coast Shire Council voted for TWO Aquatic Centres in the Shire on 21st May 2014.


Several conditions were put in place before the Phillip Island Centre could be started, come along to the AGM to hear where we propose to build the centre, and how we propose to fund the centre and how the centre could possibly look.


If you would like to be involved in finally, building the Phillip Island Aquatic Centre join our committee or become a member, you can contact the Secretary pmc99110@bigpond.net.au or www.piac.org.au to obtain a form to fill in, remember all Member-ships are up to be renewed for 2014 — 2015.


PHILLIP ISLAND AQUATIC CENTRE FUND INC

Phone:- 0418533256

or

email :- pmc99110@bigpond.net.au

www.piac.org.au

P.O. Box 808

Cowes VIC

3922












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Q: What kind of stroke can you use on toast?
A: BUTTER-fly!


Q: Why did the vegetarians stop swimming?
A: They didn't like meets!


Q: Why do you keep doing the backstroke?

A: I've just had lunch and don't want to swim on a full stomach.


If swimming is so good for your figure, how do you explain whales?


Why should you never swim on a full stomach? Because it's easier to swim in water!


When I was a child, I swam at a pool that had the sign


"Welcome to our _OOL, Notice there is no "P" in it. We'd like to keep it that way".