Surfrider Foundation – Eastern Long Island Chapter has teamed up with lululemon athletica of East Hampton for a Thanksgiving Weekend Beach Cleanup at Montauk Point.
WE NEED TRUCKS to get some of the heavier stuff off the beach.
See poster below for details. Hope to see you out there!
The Montauk Surf Museum needs our support!
The mission of the Montauk Surf Museum, formally known as the Oceans Institute of the Montauk Historical Society, is to tell the story of how Montauk, N.Y. came to be one of the foremost surfing destinations on the East Coast. Surfing, yes, but we aim to reach beneath the waves and along the coast to explain how sea-level rise and erosion are shaping our future.
To learn more about the project and donate to the Kickstarter campaign, please visit here.
Thank you Jay and Thomas for your continued dedication to this chapter!
Thank you Emuras Trophies for providing excellent personalized awards! Visit Emura’s here.
Eastern Long Island Chapter’s Position via Letter to the East Hampton Town Supervisor, Larry Cantwell:
Thank you to all of our members and volunteers who came down to show their support at our 2nd Annual Don’t Rock (or Bag) our Beach Benefit. We had a great turnout and signed up 14 new members.
Location: Montauk Public School (50 South Dorset Drive, Montauk, NY 11954)
Date: Monday November 3, 2014
The Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) has agreed to allow Surfrider Foundation members Tom Muse and Mike Bottini to present our position on the Army Corps of Engineers’ proposal to build an artificial dune reinforced with geotextile bags on the public beach in downtown Montauk.
Come to the meeting to learn about some of the details of this controversial project.
Eastern Long Island Chapter Co-Chairs, Juliana Duryea and Mike Bottini with Surfrider Foundation’s new CEO, Chad Nelson, at the Eastern U.S. Chapter Conference in Ocean City, MD, celebrating Surfrider Foundation’s 30th year!