BULLI Surf Club mark 100 years of vigilance and service to the community this summer with three days of celebrations.
Club president Keith Caldwell says over 220 people have already booked for the official luncheon at Bulli Tops.
On the night of Friday October 12 from 6pm there will be many a story told amongst members at Bulli Workers Club in a meet and greet warm up event. A display has been set up in the glass cabinet foyer area as you enter the Workers Club in Farrell Road.
On Saturday October 13 the surf club’s official luncheon will take place at Panorama House, Bulli Tops. Buses will be ferrying people from Bulli Workers Club to Panorama House. The luncheon will take place from 11am to 4pm, including a three course meal and refreshments, with buses then taking people back to Bulli Workers Club to continue on with celebrations.
On Sunday October 14 there will be a recovery barbecue and special activities at the Bulli Surf Life Saving Club.
Caldwell said the three days of celebrations will be a great way to relive memories, share stories and meet old mates
Orders have been placed for 100th year merchandise and a book will be launched to tell the story of the club and its members.
The official club birthday is February 13 2013, and plans are underway to celebrate with the official history book launch to take place.