Club urged to stay positive through ‘uncharted waters’

WELL, these are interesting times, to say the least.

With that in mind and with everything that’s going on, Byron Bay Boardriders will put their season on hold, ­pending a month-to-month ­review.

We are one of Australia’s most iconic boardriders clubs and with that comes responsibility to our community and members.

To our members I ask that you remain positive and continue to do the right things in respect of your health and safety.

It all starts with us as individuals and families.

As many people will become unemployed and businesses will struggle financially, there has never been a more important time to support the businesses that have supported our club.

If you don’t want to risk the supermarket gauntlet, then phone Suncoast Fresh for all your fruit and vegetables and get them home delivered and the best quality.

You can also go to their website.

To continue getting your morning takeaway coffee and breakfast, The Byron Corner Store is still operating.

Above all, keep surfing, try and see some positives among all of this and be aware of anxiety when it creeps into your life.

A big thank you to our committee, who are 100 per cent on the job and supporting me all the way as we navigate our way through uncharted waters.

If you have still not received your cub shirts and caps, please text me.

Or if you would like to order a hoodie for winter, text or email me.

Phone or text Neil on 0419 274 798 or email ncameron.byronbay@ljh.com.au.


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