Breaka on board to donate full set of nipper flags
TRAINING the next generation of kids to save lives is not always an easy job, so when a helping hand was thrown the way of Tannum Sands Surf Life Saving Club, the committee was delighted.
Milk company Breaka is on board all across Queensland donating a full set of nipper flags.
Tannum Sands officials say this will assist in the training of their kids, and ultimately save local lives on the beach.
"It allows for the setting up of arenas and it tells the public what is going on," Life Saving Development Officer Jamie Findlay said.
Tannum Sands are going from strength to strength.
The club's athletes have now won their branch championship, an excellent achievement.