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Third-year Aspects Surf Camp participant Sam Kijner, 10, waxes his board Thursday, June 15, at Surfrider Beach. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Twelve-year-old Mila Marques steadies herself during Week 1 of Aspects Surf Camp at Surfrider Beach.
Rich Lawson, the camp director for Aspects Surf Camp, warms up the group with yoga on Thursday, June 15.
Aspects Surf Camp counselors Madison Smith (left) and Sasha Vogel help a camper get in the water.
Brothers Finlay James (left), 9, and Alexander James, 11, smile for the camera during a recent session of Aspects Surf Camp.
Camp counselors hang back as the campers paddle out.
Rich Lawson displays a chart as he gives a brief history lesson about the Chumash.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
1:24 pm PDT June 20, 2017
Aspects Surf Camp, a summer camp experience operated by the City of Malibu, is a summer tradition in Malibu. Surfrider’s third point is the perfect venue for children ages 7-14 to gather with experienced counselors and try their hand at surfing. In the mornings, the waves are fairly calm and the young campers can get a feel for the sport.