The Deniliquin Boat Club's ski school kicks off this weekend.November 9, 2012 4:59am
Deniliquin Mayor and long-time boat club supporter Lindsay Renwick (on right) offers Deniliquin Boat Club commodore Matt Huckin all the best for the ski season.
The Deniliquin Boat Club Ski School will start this Sunday from 9am.
The school, which was started in the late 1960s, is one of the oldest water skiing schools in Australia.
With two ski boats generously maintained by Deni Marine and Engineering, the club caters for youngsters who are ready to learn to ski.
New to the club this year will be an Adult Ski School which will be held on selected Fridays.
This year the club has also welcomed some new faces to its committee and is always inviting new members.
Membership forms can be picked up from Papercut Unlimited.
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