FLORIDA GROMS GONE ENVIRONMENTAL
July 07 2006 |
by Surfrider Foundation
Packing a three-punch combo with Surfrider Foundation and Bealls stores in Florida, the third annual tour has already had 2 days of of fun and excitement with definite learning experience for all ages!
These free series of events taking place in the southeast coast are intended to give back to local communities by teaching children to surf, providing them with basic water safety instruction, as well as informing them of the benefits of environmental protection and conservation.
Sharon Evans, a certified surfing instructor, conducts lessons aimed in teaching children the basics of water safety information and surfing. The Surfrider Foundation chapters from Sebastian Inlet and First Coast are providing a team of volunteers at each site to coordinate event activities such as environmental protection lectures and beach clean-ups.
A summer day of fun in the sun just got a whole lot better! Check out http://www.blogger.com/www.Redsand.com and http://www.blogger.com/www.BeallsFlorida.com.
• Saturday, June 17 – 16th Street – Cocoa Beach
• Saturday, June 24 – Sebastian Inlet State Park – Sebastian Inlet
• Saturday, July 8 – 16th Ave S., - Jacksonville Beach