April 2009


The Surfrider Foundation announced it will host the Ohana Day on April 19, 2009 at the Seal Beach Pier.

Ohana means “extended family”.  This activity is an Earth Day awareness celebration.   The foundation invites all to come for free surf lessons, free marine biology classes for kids, a free bodyboarding clinic, and a skateboarding demo – all courtesy of local merchants.

There will be a raffle to benefit the Huntington/Seal Beach Chapter of Surfrider Foundation (http://www.sbhbsurfrider.org).

This celebration runs from 9 am to 1 pm.

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There were approximately 4,000 participants in the 35th running of the 5K/10K  in Seal Beach.  Everyone was a winner, including the Cancer Support Foundation.

The races began with a 1K for youngsters.

First in the 10K was Fistum Tesfa of Chino. Other  finishers of note were Will Stacey, who came the farthest to race (Omaha, NE).  Nathan Thomas of Seal Beach was the youngest finisher.  Nathan is seven years old. Paul Simonian, of Claremont was the oldest finisher at 78. Paul just beat out Pat Kerns of Seal Beach who is 76.

 

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