Friday, July 9, 2010

Grab your boards!

Surf for a Cure is here! This is the second year Riders for a Cure has done the Surf for a Cure marathon! Started last year by Socks Clawtooth to raise money for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event, the event was 12 hrs of pure surf fun riding anything you could get your hands on. We raised $39,844L or $153.23 US funds while in route that day! Absolutely amazing!

Our goal this year is to, of course, beat that! Starting at 9am and going til at least 10pm (all times are sl time), we will be rocking the waves and keeping the RFL torch moving! Below is a list of host sims (A HUGE thank you to each of you!!) and times. Come and go as ya please but please come by and surf and donate. Loaner boards will be available if ya need them too.

We will have an amazing RFL Special Edition surfboard generously donated by SSi for sale and this year they will be copy! This surfboard will be for sale for one week only! Don't be left out and remember all proceeds from the board go to Relay for Life.

If you would like to volunteer or donate, please contact Lissa Pinion or any member of the Riders for a Cure group. And be sure to stop by the Surf community's RFL display the weekend of July 17-18th.

9am -11am Sol Mananero
11am -1pm SLSA sim
1pm - 3pm Tai
3pm-5pm Tsunami
5pm-7pm WOI
7pm-9pm Tuli Bahari
9-10pm Mori Pwani


Lissa Pinion said...

Queen of Dorks here. would be nice huh? See y'all on July 10TH.

Jimbo said...

add "this Saturday, July 10th" to your title so people see it. then repost the blog. May get lost in the comment section. I assumed by the article it was on the 17th and 18th. But hey I'm a cart boy remember?

Let's do this people, good waves, great cause, and awesome people!! Don't miss out!!!

Kantbe Thursday said...

I was sooooooooo confused too (so what's new?).

As far as something being lost in the comment section, would this be a good time for a shameless plug of my Feed Your Head article on RSS feeds that would could have brought that comment right to the top of your web browser's bookmarks?

You really can use that approach for keeping up with Surfwatch posts/comments and the SLSA forum posts. It can make it easy to be lazy yet still keep up with what's being posted. :-)