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Catching their first wave at Hukilau Surf Camp

Hukilau Surf Camp offered its first camp of the summer on Saturday, June 19.

Nags Head Church partner Steve Wise, who has been teaching the camp for over 20 years, has taught over 1000 children how to catch their first wave.

Led by an all-volunteer team, the camp runs from 8-11 a.m. on select Saturdays throughout the summer. The next camps are set for July 3, 17 and 31.

For more information, contact Steve or Diana Wise at 252-441-1696.

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