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In 2016

Seacliff Calisthenics celebrated their 60th anniversary. At the AGM that year, the group was presented with the 2016 Premier’s Certificate of Recognition for outstanding volunteer service. Calisthenics member Sue Edward was awarded with a City of Holdfast Bay Certificate of Appreciation for her 35 plus years of volunteering at Seacliff Calisthenics.

Also in 2016, a  Volunteer Recognition Award was awarded to Life Member of the Centre, John Bollinger.

November 2015

The Seacliff Community Recreation Association Inc achieved “STARCLUB” status. Read more about it here.

December 2015

Seacliff Recreation Centre won the Best Community Award at the Glenelg Christmas Pageant.

Also in 2015

The centre was awarded the Holdfast Bay Councils Club of the Year Award. In the same year, Life Member Ute Jefferies was awarded the Australian Government Volunteer Award. Life Member Carolyn Daly was presented with a Volunteer Recognition Award for her 18 years of service to the Centre.

In December, David Speirs MP Member for Bright gave a speech in Parliament about the Centre which you can read here.

Other awards include –

The Seacliff Community Recreation Association Inc (Seacliff Recreation Centre) was the proud recipient of the City of Holdfast Bay 2011 Community Recognition Award for their outstanding service to the local community.

Our Seacliff Kindergym Leader, Marilynn Rayner was presented with a City of Holdfast Bay Community Service Award for her 30 years of service to the community- Marilynn also was named the National Kindergym Coach of the Year in 2010.

Clare Moase (Coach of Judo and Kindergym groups) won a Gold Medal in the 2011 Masters Games in her weight division. She also competed at the 2015 Paris Marathon and raised funds for Asthma SA & Cure Brain Cancer.

Margie Blackwood (Calisthenics group) was first in the 2011 City to Bay Fun Run in her age group and also finished 2nd in the 2011 Masters Games 5000mts run.

Life Member Terry Gregory was presented with the 2010 City of Holdfast Bay’s Citizen of the Year Award for his service to our centre and the community. In 2014, Terry was given a Volunteer Recognition Award for his many years of service.