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A Cup of Thanks

Dakotah Gostynski : November 26, 2014 1:53 pm : Uncategorized
In the season of Thanksgiving, it is easy to be captured by the hustle and bustle of getting ready for one family dinner. From finding the perfect Turkey, to racing to get the house cleaned for the relatives, one can easily forget that this is the one time a year set aside to give thanks. more »
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Thanksgiving Luau

Emily Jones : November 13, 2014 4:23 pm : Events, Outreach, Uncategorized
This year, Surfing The Nations is once again preparing to host a fall Thanksgiving event for the community of Wahiawa. This year’s event is luau themed! We are planning to bring the traditions of both the classic American Thanksgiving with that of the local Hawaiian community. Our motto here at STN is “Surfers Giving Back” more »
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Surf Art and The Surfer Round 2!

Emily Jones : November 6, 2014 4:26 pm : Events, Hawaii, Ulu Pono
The Island of Oahu has some of the best waves in the world, creating a place where surfers of all kinds can thrive. Right in the middle of the island on the way to the legendary North Shore, lies the town of Wahiawa, a place many surfers drive by every day. We at STN love more »
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Philippines Instagram Eye Candy

Emily Jones : October 31, 2014 1:45 pm : International, Outreach
The Philippines team arrives back in the Hawaii tomorrow! We have been drooling over their insta feeds…believe it or not, there is a natural beauty that even surpasses Hawaii, and it’s all over the remote Philippine islands! We’ll give you a full update on what the team got up to when they return, but for more »
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The Outreach Training Center Is Being Built!

Dakotah Gostynski : October 31, 2014 9:04 am : Hawaii, Ohana
Earlier this year, we saw the timber fall in phase one of our project to build the Community Outreach and Training Center (COTC). Now we are seeing dreams of having a designated space for our Ulu Pono Kids program come to fruition as the project starts moving forward! One person in particular who is excited more »
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California, Here We Come!

Emily Jones : October 30, 2014 2:54 pm : Uncategorized
It’s that time of year again! STN founder Tom Bauer and our stellar staff member Ryley Snyder are in California and they want to see YOU! Here’s how you can make that happen: November 1st- STN Reunion Day at Huntington Beach Pier, Southside Pier from 10-1 !  Everyone is welcome. Come bring what you would more »
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Emily Jones : October 23, 2014 11:21 am : Hawaii
They’re strangers. Strangers aren’t supposed to affect your daily life very much. Strangers don’t have your trust. They don’t have your time, like friends who’ve had years with you. They don’t hold a place in your memory.   But these strangers have a power; these strangers have stories.   Their stories bridge the distance between more »
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Next up…Morocco!

Emily Jones : September 27, 2014 12:25 pm : International
The Middle East trip has been an integral part of STN’s international program for years. From the shores of Egypt to the ruins of Turkey, no trip looks quite like the other, but each one offers an incredible amount of adventure.  Surfing The Nations is excited to announce this year’s Winter trip is to the more »
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Until Next Time, Sri Lanka.

Emily Jones : September 25, 2014 4:18 pm : International, Surf
Today’s blog comes from Katie Redmond, our incredible, world-traveling humanitarian barista at Surfers Coffee Bar! Katie just recently returned from an STN surf trip to Sri Lanka! Here she shares about the land of the Jungle Book and all she experienced there. In 1998, Sri Lanka breached the radar of Surfing the Nations. STN found more »
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The Youth Of Wahiawa Thrive in Ulu Pono

Emily Jones : September 19, 2014 2:53 pm : Hawaii, Outreach, Ulu Pono, Uncategorized
Today’s blog post comes from Ulu Pono director Brittany Southwick. The Ulu Pono program has grown by leaps and bounds over the years, and with the continued support of local charities and volunteers, so have the kids! Brittany writes about the amazing summer that the Ulu Pono kids an teens had and tells us what’s more »
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