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To catch 100 waves in a single day is a bit like running a marathon. It is physically demanding and you have to be well conditioned and a little nuts...Ha, Ha! The best part of this event is the amazing people you meet and raising funds for an incredible non-profit organization dedicated to mentoring at risk teenage boys growing up without a positive male role model in their lives. Boys to Men Mentoring serves hundreds of Middle School and High School teenage boys weekly through their programs aimed to prevent teenage boys from getting involved in gang violence, drugs and provide a positive role model to increase High School graduation and career guidance. This is a fantastic group of men truly making a difference in the lives of others and we are proud too be a part of it. Last year we collectively raised more than $349k for Boys to Men Mentoring Foundation. We will be looking for donors, sponsors and an army of volunteers to put this event on in the Fall of 2018. Come and be a part of it.
For more information check out: http://boystomen.org/
Sign up to volunteer: https://secure.qgiv.com/event/937069/register/
Unveiling Party August 1st in Huntington Beach (more details to follow)
Night of a Million Waves Gala & Art Auction October 7th.
Official Website: http://surfboardsonparade.org/
Amazing Surf Adventures, Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center, Rotary Club of Huntington Beach, Huntington Beach Art Center and the International Surfing Museum.
Stay tuned as more details will be posted soon.
Don't miss a "spooktacular" good time as we are inviting every High School student in San Diego & Imperial County to attend the "Spooky Bondfire" event on Saturday, Oct. 27 at Crown Point in Mission Bay. You won't want to miss it as our last "Bondfire" event drew 85 High School students and the fun and games were lead by SDSU Rotaract and UCSD Rotaract. Invite your friends who are in Interact as well as those you would love to have involved with your club. S'mores & good times guaranteed. We may even have prizes for those in costumes.
Don't miss an opportunity to cheer on your favorite adaptive surfers and bring a flag to wave to support your favorite country. This is an incredible event for volunteers and for spectators as adaptive surfers compete in various categories and demonstrate courage, overcoming adversity and inspire everyone. Trust us, once you come to this event you'll be back year after year guaranteed.
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Ever told someone to go "Jump in a Lake" well here is your chance to actually do it and raise money for your favorite charity. The Rotary Club of Lake Arrowhead is organizing this annual tradition and Board Member of Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship Bob Gladwell is encouraging everyone to get on the list now.
Contact Bob Gladwell at 909-337-3516 or email@example.com for more info.
The PolaRotary page will be updated soon: https://portal.clubrunner.ca/101384