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  Photo: Zoe Searles.  L to R: CSA board members Rod Neilson, Rodger Welch, Carolyn Mitchell, Tim Casey, Lisa Thompson, Chris Searles, and Emerald City Surf Shop owner Kelly Kraus.

Photo: Zoe Searles.  L to R: CSA board members Rod Neilson, Rodger Welch, Carolyn Mitchell, Tim Casey, Lisa Thompson, Chris Searles, and Emerald City Surf Shop owner Kelly Kraus.

The Coronado Surfing Association is proud to announce that they have donated $7,500 to the Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Research Foundation (ACCRF) this year!  The CSA’s annual fundraiser, the Lorton Mitchell Surf Festival, happens each year over the Thanksgiving weekend and much of the proceeds are donated to the ACCRF in their fight to find a cure for the rare and relentless disease that took Lorton from our community all too soon.  The event was a success this year as a result of the amazing support of the event participants and the community including the CSA’s marquee sponsor, Emerald City Surf Shop, as well as supporting sponsorship from Lorton Mitchell Custom Homes, the Clements Group, and Isle Surf and SUP.  Thank you Coronado for your support! 

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