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There are currently 360 local sport and recreation clubs in the Clubs Forever database. To date the program has presented over 24 seminars on various topics, attending by more than 550 people.
‘Goals kicked since bounce down’
In 2003, the Clubs Forever program was featured in a presentation at the Parks and Leisure Australia National Conference, which generated significant interest from interstate delegates.
Clubs Forever was featured in SportsView magazine, October 2003 as a unique program unparalleled by other local government organisations.
In February 2005, Clubs Forever initiated a special event at the Scarborough Cricket Club, where Kim Hughes gave an inspirational talk on club development from his personal perspective. The former Western Australian and Australian cricket captain also reflected on his current role as a volunteer with Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club.
In September 2005, ex-North Melbourne and East Perth footballer, Ross Glendinning was a guest speaker at the Mt Lawley Football Club, candidly offering his views on all facets of the sport. He gave a captivating overview of the stars he played against and a critical analysis of the various coaching styles.
Other notable achievements include:
• Winner, 2003 Best Practice in Local Government Awards for ‘Innovation’
• Winner, 2004 Western Australian Local Government Award for ‘Effective Communication’
• Finalist, 2003 and 2005 Bi-annual Sport and Recreation Industry Awards for ‘Volunteers Support’.