May 23, 2017

A Big “Thank You” to the Menlo-Atherton Volunteers!

The San Mateo County Chapter of Surfrider Foundation sends a big Thank You to all of the volunteers who participated in the beach cleanup at Francis Beach in Half Moon Bay on Sunday! Thanks for helping to keep our beaches clean and beautiful and fun to enjoy!

Menlo-Atherton High School Beach Cleanup Volunteers – You did a great job!

May 20, 2017

Beach Cleanup at Francis Beach – Sunday, May 21st

When: Sunday, May 21st, 10am – 12noon
Where: Francis Beach, at Kelly Avenue and Balboa Blvd, Half Moon Bay

Description: Beach clean-up 10am-12noon. Drop-ins welcome. We will have gloves and buckets. We also encourage participants to bring their own gloves, grabbers, or buckets if you have them. Come on down and help clean up the beach!

*Note* rain cancels clean-ups. If you have any questions you may contact us at beachcleanups@smc.surfrider.org. See our calendar for details.
May 20, 2017

Presentation by the Blue Water Task Force on May 21st

Join the Half Moon Bay Yacht Club Foundation for a Presentation by the Blue Water Task Force on “Testing Pollution Hotspots in Pillar Point Harbor” on Sunday, May 21st at 6:00 pm.

This will be an overview of the sources of pollution feeding into Capistrano Beach and the harbor. We hope to help raise public awareness of the pollution and support efforts to pinpoint and eliminate the sources of pollution.

The presentation will take place at the Half Moon Bay Yacht Club, located at 214 Princeton Avenue (at Vassar Street) in Princeton. Learn more.

May 6, 2017

San Mateo Chapter Meeting – Saturday, May 13th

The next meeting of the San Mateo County Chapter of Surfrider Foundation is scheduled for Saturday, May 13th at 2pm. See our calendar for details and location. We hope to see you there!

May 3, 2017

Upcoming Surfrider San Mateo County Chapter Elections!

The Surfrider Foundation San Mateo County Chapter will be holding elections this July for seven executive committee positions. This is a great opportunity to get involved and have more influence on our chapter’s activities. Chapter officers and program leaders are members who have decided to take their participation to the next level and help direct and drive our local programs and campaigns. We’re a collaborative, thoughtful group of volunteers seeking to make a positive impact on our coast as we have fun together along the way!

If you are interested in serving on the executive committee, you can learn more about the upcoming elections including the nomination process and deadlines here.