WSA Menehune Surf Fest Invades Goldenwest Street, Huntington Beach, July 15!
Have you ever wanted to try surfing in a contest? The 7th Annual WSA Menehune Surf Fest is for you! With divisions for ages 6 – 16, boys and girls, long and shortboard, there is something for every ability. It is a fun, low stress way to try your first competition or hone your competition skills for next season. Parents may push-in 8 year old and under divisions and assist or coach 11 year old and under divisions. See http://www.surfWSA.org for details. Prizes, food and beach games will be part of the fun. Online registration closes Friday, July 13, at 11:59 PM. WSA membership is not required for this event.
Don’t miss out! Get your friends together and join the fun!
Or got to http://www.SurfWSA.org for more information.
About Western Surfing Association
The Western Surfing Association (WSA) is the oldest amateur surfing association in the United States and the largest on the West Coast. The WSA, established in 1961, is a California non-profit corporation dedicated to promoting and preserving the sport of surfing through fun, family oriented surf competitions. For more information on the WSA, please visit http://www.SurfWSA.org. WSA is an official West Coast member organization of Surfing America. WSA members can earn entry into Surfing America Prime and the Surfing America US Championships.
About Surfing America
Surfing America is the ISA-recognized National Governing Body for Surfing in the United States and is responsible for holding the official USA Championships and for selecting and fielding the USA Surf Team. The International Surfing Association (ISA) is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the World Governing Authority for Surfing, Bodyboarding, and Surfriding. WSA is a Member Organization of Surfing America serving West Coast athletes. http://SurfingAmerica.org
Mary Lou Drummy