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Surfrider Beach cleanup - Huntington/Seal Beach Chapter

This Saturday was the first of many Slyde Sponsored Beach cleanups with Surfrider. It was a huge success , and was, as usual an awesome day, we were really stoked to be involved in helping to keep out beaches clean. Also It just happened an awesome swell day, good things come to those that help I guess as the Slyde team got some sick waves in between keeping the beaches clean.  It was an early start at 6am however with the help of coffee supplied by Surfider , 483 Volunteers swarmed the Huntington Beach at 6th ave with media coverage from NBC/4 and the OC register to pick up all the trash on the beach   

The biggest News for the day however was the amount of trash we were all able to collect from the surrounding beaches with over 483 pounds of trash picked up, 1.5 LBS of that was Styrofoam, I'm not even sure how you get that much Styrofoam on a beach!  

I would like to give a huge Thanks to the following groups that came out on Saturday to make the Beach cleanup a resounding success  

45 Students from Carter High School in Rialto; 12 students from NAC/Valley; 36 volunteers from Marriott; 24 volunteers from Cunnins Pacific; AYSO Region 56; 8 volunteers from Bank of America; Santa Ana HS; Brea Olinda HS; Sunview; MacArthur Middle School; Sonora HS; Warner Middle School; NJHS; Cal-State U Fullerton; Chino HS; Troop 1056; OPS School; Smith Elementary; JMS San Gabriel; Orange Coast College; Spring View Middle; Troy HS; Huntington Beach HS; Scout Troop 661; Mesa Robles Middle School; Valencia HS; Jefferson Middle School; Pegasus School; Endeavor Academy

And not to forget the sponsors of the event  

Sponsors: Slyde Handboards, Arrowhead Water with Vita Coco supplying some refreshment for the thirsty participants  

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September 22, 2014

California Coastal and Beach Clean Up Day! Huntington Beach

Slyde handboards huntigntonbeach clean up

Surfrider Beach cleanup - Huntington/Seal Beach Chapter

This Saturday was the first of many Slyde Sponsored Beach cleanups with Surfrider. It was a huge success , and was, as usual an awesome day, we were really stoked to be involved in helping to keep out beaches clean. Also It just happened an awesome swell day, good things come to those that help I guess as the Slyde team got some sick waves in between keeping the beaches clean.  It was an early start at 6am however with the help of coffee supplied by Surfider , 483 Volunteers swarmed the Huntington Beach at 6th ave with media coverage from NBC/4 and the OC register to pick up all the trash on the beach   

The biggest News for the day however was the amount of trash we were all able to collect from the surrounding beaches with over 483 pounds of trash picked up, 1.5 LBS of that was Styrofoam, I'm not even sure how you get that much Styrofoam on a beach!  

I would like to give a huge Thanks to the following groups that came out on Saturday to make the Beach cleanup a resounding success  

45 Students from Carter High School in Rialto; 12 students from NAC/Valley; 36 volunteers from Marriott; 24 volunteers from Cunnins Pacific; AYSO Region 56; 8 volunteers from Bank of America; Santa Ana HS; Brea Olinda HS; Sunview; MacArthur Middle School; Sonora HS; Warner Middle School; NJHS; Cal-State U Fullerton; Chino HS; Troop 1056; OPS School; Smith Elementary; JMS San Gabriel; Orange Coast College; Spring View Middle; Troy HS; Huntington Beach HS; Scout Troop 661; Mesa Robles Middle School; Valencia HS; Jefferson Middle School; Pegasus School; Endeavor Academy

And not to forget the sponsors of the event  

Sponsors: Slyde Handboards, Arrowhead Water with Vita Coco supplying some refreshment for the thirsty participants  

 surfrider beach cleanup day in huntigton beach

Huntington beach cleanup slyde team

slyde handboards sponsored beach cleanup

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steven watts
steven watts

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Growing up in South Africa, Steve spent his youth dreaming of far off places. After spending eight years extensively traveling to many of the great surf destinations of the world getting dengue fever, having a near death experience from a falling coconut in mexico, Surviving a 15 foot drop on a handboard on a Nias bomb, jumping from every rock he could find without adequate health insurance. and comprehensively debunking the myth there are no waves in Thailand, even if they are small. He decided it was time for a a degree. Steve Graduated from Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design in London with a degree in product design. He missed his graduation to go surfing in Californian, found a kindred spirit with Venice and never left




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