Disabled surfers hold last event for the season

One of the surfers in action.
One of the surfers in action.
The Disabled Surfer’s Association is holding its last event for the season on Saturday at Clarks Beach.
 Sign-on starts at 9 am and participants will hit the water from 10 am. There will be a sausage sizzle for hungry surfers afterwards and prizes for all the participants.
The DSA is a volunteer organisation of surfers wishing to share their love of the ocean. It provides people living with disabilities the opportunity to experience the joy of riding waves. There are teams of trained and experienced volunteers who cater for any level of disability.
For more information call Ted Kabbout on 0427804480 or Ralph Schultejohann on 0421373630 or visit the website at

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