3 results for month: 04/2018


Agents of Change: Surfing the Nations by Surfer Magazine

We're stoked to share an installment from Surfer magazine's partnership series with Cobian, "Agents of Change." This week they featured an interview with longtime staff member, Robert McDaniel where he shared stories and impactful moments he's experienced traveling globally with Surfing the Nations. Special thanks to Surfer magazine and Cobian! Read the full article here.

Wahiawa Community Festival Spring 2018

As the day kicked off, the tents were standing, the lights were strung, the smell of food began to drench the air, and kids and families invaded. Our entire parking lot had transformed from a regular car lot into a colorful extravaganza. The course of the day went from from rainy torrential downpour to bright sun reflecting off the striped tents. This Saturday was an all hands on deck kind of day, with our staff and interns working together to keep games running. Throughout the day I wandered around, watching interns jump in the bouncy houses with storms of kids, was convinced to get some face paint (on my leg), and devoured fresh ahi with some ...

Freedom Surf Camp Spring 2018

Being on staff for just over a year, this was the third Freedom Surf Camp I experienced; only this time I was keeping an extra eye on the rowdy and laughing Ulu Pono kids and teens I’d picked up at the crack of dawn. We were expectant for sunshine over the next two days but instead were met with an incessant downpour. With the volunteers on land seeking cover in the warmth of rain jackets or beneath tents, the surf instructors shivered even wearing the bright wetsuit tops in the water. While kids waited upon the sand for their turn to catch a wave, they wrapped themselves with towels, insisting to brave the chilly rain until they could surf again. ...