Surf Shop Liaison!
Work at a Surf Shop? Are you constantly in them bugging the staff? Do you love the smell of wax and sale racks?? WE NEED YOU!
Your Chapter is looking for a volunteer to gauge issues concerning our Local Surf Community and the businesses that support it. Surf Shops are the water coolers of our salty kin and we need to make sure we’re advocates for them.
If this sounds like something you’d like to be involved with, please contact us Email here.
Saturday, October 25th – 9:30am’ish
Join us this coming Saturday for some FUN! What you’ll need-
- Cape of some sort
- Good throwing arm for candy
- Comfortable walking shoes
We are going to theme ourselves as “Superheroes of Surf – Protecting our Coasts!” We wanted to keep the costume basic so all could participate. Who doesn’t have a bedsheet lying around the house?
We will be decorating our Chair’s car with all kinds of stuff. We’ll supply all the candy and décor for the car. We have volunteered our Chair to wash his car afterwards.
Bring kids – Bring pets – Bring unicorns
Email our Volunteer Coordinator for specific details. See you there! Email here.
Delaware Coastal Cleanup – September 20th – 9AM – Noon
Northside Indian River Inlet – Need 10-15 Volunteers to help beautify
Dogfish Dash!- September 28th, 7:30AM – 12PM
Milton, Delaware – Need 5-6 Volunteers – First to email us gets first dibs. Spots will fill fast!!!
Delaware Coast Day – October 5 – details to be announced
Sea Witch Parade – October 25th – WE WILL HAVE A FLOAT THIS YEAR!
We will need folks willing to wear some wetsuits and carry boards with the float. We have some other ideas brewing!! We need as many volunteers to make a presence as possible.
Please contact our NEW Volunteer Coordinator Dominic at email@example.com to sign up.
Movie begins at 7pm, Thursday September 18th, South Coastal Library and Culture Center, 43 Kent Ave, Bethany Beach, Delaware 19930
Shored Up is a documentary that asks tough questions about our coastal communities and our relationship to the land. What will a rising sea do to our homes, our businesses, and the survival of our communities?
BREAKING NEWS: OC Council Votes 4-3 To Restrict Smoking On Beach, Boardwalk
After a presentation this afternoon at City Hall, the Ocean City Council voted 4-3 to move to ordinance form smoking regulations for the beach and Boardwalk.
Photo from Surfrider Foundation Holland’s post
A lot has changed along the Delaware coast over the last 33 years, but the building line, a benchmark to protect sand dunes and keep homes and buildings out of them, is not one of them.
In recent months, a panel of building officials, coastal residents, contractors and state regulators have been meeting to look at a regulatory revision…Full Story