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Surfing club training island youth

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The founder of Hui Nalu Ocean Club briefed Rotarians today about their non-profit organization. The group promotes the true culture of surfing to our island's youth through genuine respect for, and total commitment to responsible training, our environment and our ocean.

Joseph Villatora is the founder of the organization and trains a large group of kids ranging from ages 5 through 16, saying, "Because we have world-class surfers here we have the talent, and do we have world champion on Guam? I think yes without hesitation so that's what I'm trying to do we are trying to find them."

The club is located at the Onward Beach Resort. You can find out more by calling 687-3662.

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