2nd Annual May Day Memorial Surf Classic – Saturday, May 12th, 2012. In Loving Memory of Dollie Sue Watson.
Get ready folks! With only 95 days until the 2nd Annual MayDay Memorial Surf Classic- In Loving Memory of Dollie Sue Watson, we are hard at work to make this event the best that it can be.
This year’s event will include amateur and professional surfing competition, a raffle with great prizes, awards ceremony for the finalist, and a memorial paddle out to honor Dollie Sue Watson. After the conclusion of the surf contest, we invite you to join us for food, drinks, and a great time at the after party. Come be entertained with live music and good friends, as we kick off the NVR Strings Swimwear bikini contest where Miss May 2012 will be crowned!
Surf divisions this year include-
• Minnows- 11 & under (parent assisted)
• Boys- 14 & under
• Junior Men- 15 – 20
• Men- 21-28
• Masters- 29 & up
• Girls- 14 & under
• Junior Women- 15- 20
• Women- 20 & up
• Women’s Open Longboard
• Men’s Open Longboard
• Women’s Pro
• Men’s Pro
• Open Bodyboard
*Entry forms will be available soon!*
We are currently seeking sponsors to help make this event possible. Each year, the dynamic duo of Flagler Beach’s own professional artist Cat Thompson, and Haley Watson, create the official contest t-shirts, and screen print them by hand, complete with a number of authenticity, and signature, making each and every shirt truly one of a kind.
Donations are needed to create these pieces of art, as well as other demands, and also product donations to be raffled off the day of the competition. Sponsors will receive advisement on the contest shirts, contest banners, and recognition throughout the day. All proceeds of the event go to the non-profit MayDay Memorial Foundation, which reaches out to people in our community who have been affected by heart disease.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor and supporting this incredibly important cause, please contact contest director Haley Watson at email@example.com for more info.
For more information, please visit http://maydaymemorialsurfclassic.com
Dollie Sue Watson loved her family, the outdoors, and helping others every chance she got.
3/9/58-12/29/06 R.I.P. We all love and miss you very much.