Wednesday, December 26, 2007

End of the Year Surfrider Party

This Saturday is the big S.F. shindig...
This is definitely -not- just for surfers.S.F. is working for clean water, access to the beach, beach preservation and protecting special places.
Sat,. Dec. 292 p.m. - ???
Cocoa Beach Pavilion(5000 Tom Warriner Blvd. - go west on Minuteman Causeway and turn north at the golf course, then go to the east end of the parking lot)
*** Music by The Haoles with Ricky Carroll (at 2) and the Beachnuts (around 4:30), and possibly others
Free games and contests for the little tykes Paddleboard contest by Sean O'Hare from the Cocoa Beach Surf Museum Surf movie (after dark) Surf products fundraiser sale
Requested donation is $15 - includes beer / wine / barbecue Kids under 17 free with their family
...but this is also a membership recruitment event so we're not likely to turn anyone away. You know we'll take smaller donations on a beer-by-beer basis, but to be eligible for all of the raffles you wanna spring for the wristband.
Margarita bar too (donation "cash bar"),,,
The poster is at
More info is at Rick HayesChapter ChairmanSurfrider FoundationSebastian Inlet Chaptersurfridersi@yahoo.com321.779.0279 h321.652.2024 c


lheimer said...

Dear Dolphin Bliss,

Since your readers are interested in environmental issues, I wanted to share this powerful video.

To “make waves” around the devastating effects of pollution and beach development on marine life, the Surfrider Foundation recently commissioned a 10 ft. high and 15 ft. wide sand sculpture on the shore of Long Beach, CA, just steps from the second largest port in the nation.

The massive sculpture of local marine life was designed by the renowned sand artist Kirk Rademaker. As the sand deteriorated over a two-day span, the medium became the message, revealing a hidden sign, “POLLUTION AND BEACH DEVELOPMENT ARE DESTROYING MARINE LIFE THIS QUICKLY.”

Watch the time-lapse video at

Please let me know if you would like further info.

Lindsay Heimer
Public Relations Coordinator
Saatchi and Saatchi LA

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