Rotaractors hit the waves with the Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship

By Brett Morey, Founder & Chair of the Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship, and member of the Rotary Club of La Jolla Golden Triangle, San Diego, USA

Our Rotaract Learn to Surf & Degree 33 Surfboards Demo Event was a tremendous success in San Diego earlier this year. We tried to cap the participants to 25, but with Rotaractors attending the International Assembly in San Diego for the first time in history, let’s just say the place to be was in Del Mar-  Where the Turf Meets the Surf. We had local Rotaractors from San Diego State University (SDSU), University of California San Diego (UCSD), Pacific Beach as well as Rotaractors from Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand and Singapore. It was truly a great time for all and this event absolutely epitomizes what the Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship (SURF) is all about.

Our goal is to include young professionals into Rotary through the fellowship’s exciting events. Learn more about how the fellowship was formed and what we hope to achieve through the video below. Be sure to check out our website as we have over 600 members in 27 countries and growing.

Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship is on Facebook and Instagram. Join us for upcoming events. Rotaractors and Interactors can join SURF for free and Rotarians can join for just US $20 per year or US $150 for a lifetime membership. Plus Lifetime members receive US $48 in gear.  Promote SURF by purchasing an embroidered hat or dry-fit shirt online for yourself, child


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