January 17th – 21st – Santa Barbara Surfari at Carpinteria Camp Ground – For more info please contact Roy Earnest (Surfari Coordinator) 650 438-6378
January 31st – PPSC Business Meeting and Pizza Feed – Pacifica Community Center – 7:00 PM
Friday, February 9 – Pacifica Beach Coalition Film Fundraiser, “It Ain’t Pretty”. Mildred Owen Theater, Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica. Shows at 6pm and 8:30pm. Learn more at https://www.pacificabeachcoalition.org/calendar-2019/
February 16th and 17th – Big Bad and Ugly Surf Contest at the Rock in Morro Bay. Contact Greg Cochran for more details @ 415 608-7599 or firstname.lastname@example.org
March 14th – 28th – Wakikiki/North Shore Surfari
April 13/14 – Doheny Surf Club contest at – Churches
April 27th and 28th – Log Jam Surf Contest – Hosted by the Big Stick Surfing Association – Pleasure Point, Santa Cruz
May 8 – day Surfari to North Bay. Meet at 9:30am at …Read more...
At the Oceanside Longboard Club Contest held just south of the Oceanside pier, August 12 and 13, Team PPSC took
5th Place out of 18 longboard club teams. Considering the stiff competition from mostly SoCal clubs, that is an accomplishment. Be sure to congratulate team members when you see them out in the water.
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John Gillem (CSA) made a request to add a blog to the Coalition Chronicles website so that there could be a way that members could communicate with each other. It’s called “The Forum” and is easy to find on the home page. It will always be the second item down in the “News” section, just under the Welcome blurb.
It’s a public forum, so let’s try and keep it clean. As I’m the forum administrator, I’ll do my best to eliminate pranksters’ posts as soon as I see them.
If some have heated topics they want to keep private, just send the individual(s) your wrath is intended for, a private email. The nice thing about having it public is that others can join in the conversation as soon as topics are raised, and everyone can put their two cents in on any …Read more...
It’s a big occasion when an organization relaunches its website with a new design and some new tools. In this case, the Surfrider Foundation website has undergone a major face lift, and high fives all around to the project managers and designers who crafted the new look. The new site is busy, my eyeballs won’t rest as they move around exploring the features, the sparkling photos, the latest news, action items, and the Shaping Room Blog (which I already read with my RSS newsreader). As a long-time supporter of Surfrider, it’s nice to see them prioritizing their Internet presence. I get emails regularly from the national HQ in San Clemente and also from my local chapter in San Francisco. Action alerts are powered by GetActive Software. Drop inRead more...
We’re always excited to tell you about other Web sites that have the right amount of stoke for your enjoyment. We offer links to other local surf clubs, stores, organizations, destinations that we think are of interest to our members and friends. We have a bias towards local links.
Ride A Wave. A
non-profit organization with a 100% volunteer staff that strives to
give everyone the chance to experience the thrill of riding a wave,
whether they are physically, economically, or developmentally
challenged. Their focus is to ensure that all participants have a fun,
safe, and unforgettable beach experience. They accomplish this goal by
offering a full day of beach activities including: surfing,
bodyboarding, and swimming, beach games, lifesaving demonstrations,
kayaking and marine biology.
Casa Terra Cotta.
An intimate and secluded Mexican B&B featuring four private casitas
("small houses") set amongst lush tropical gardens overlooking the
sparkling, blue Sea of Cortez. Minutes away …