Community Sports

Exposure Skate program hosted an event at Encinitas Skate Plaza

On May 13 the Exposure Skate program hosted an event at Encinitas Skate Plaza to teach girls “Compassion through service and empowerment through skateboarding.” The program has grown 100 percent and has expanded to Phoenix, Arizona, since the first event just 10 months ago, according to Calli Kelsay, the program’s development manager. Seventy-six girls showed up at the event, which will be held monthly with local sponsors. Courtesy photo

Exposure Skate
Exposure Skate
This picture of skater Bryce Wettstein was taken at Skate Rising, an all-girl youth program based in Encinitas that has monthly free events. The events take place at the Encinitas Community Skate Plaza on the second Saturday of every month from 9 to 11 a.m. The program teaches compassion through service and empowerment through skateboarding. Girls ages 4-18 are encouraged to participate and no experience is necessary to join in. The next event is on June 10. Contact calli@exposureskate.org for more information or follow on Facebook or Instagram @skaterising. Photo by Joanne Barratt
This picture of skater Bryce Wettstein was taken at Skate Rising, an all-girl youth program based in Encinitas that has monthly free events. The events take place at the Encinitas Community Skate Plaza on the second Saturday of every month from 9 to 11 a.m. The program teaches compassion through service and empowerment through skateboarding. Girls ages 4-18 are encouraged to participate and no experience is necessary to join in. The next event is on June 10. Contact calli@exposureskate.org for more information or follow on Facebook or Instagram @skaterising. Photo by Joanne Barratt

 

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