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Disabled Surfers Association lived up to its motto of ‘Smiles on Dials’ on Sunday February 4.
Nearly 80 participants and dozens of generous volunteers made the event a resounding success at Ocean Grove main beach.
The smiles on everyone’s faces, from participants to volunteers and carers, was the highlight of the morning.
DSA is an organisation that seeks to provide an inclusive experience for all people with any disability to enjoy the rush of riding a wave.
The next, and final, event is on 4 March at 9am. For more information, see disabledsurfers.org/vic/ocean-grove-branch/.

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