Surfers kids get props from pro surfers for landscaping business that gives back – OCRegister
A group of young San Clemente surfers weren’t being praised at San Onofre State Beach on a recent day for their skills in the ocean, but rather for what they are doing on dry land.
The four middle-school students have created a gardening business that not only gets their hands dirty, but gives back to the ocean community they hold so dear. And pro surfers and brothers Pat, Dane and Tanner Gudauskas were hosting a low-key pizza party on the sand to recognize their efforts.
Connor Bemus, front left, Mason Hibner,, Mason Heath, and Evan Heath, right, young surfers who started a landscaping business, called GromScapes, to give back to local charities, with a portion of funds going to local lifeguards with pro surfers; Dane Gudauskas, left, Pat Gudauskas, and Tanner Gudauskas, and Greg Hulsizer, president of the San Clemente Lifeguard and Junior Guard Foundation, second from left, at San Onofre State Beach in San Diego County, CA, on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)
Evan Heath, Mason Hibner and Mason Heath of Gromscapes. The boys tend to lawns and landscapes in their hometown to learn the value of making money, with a portion of their earnings going to the San Clemente Lifeguard and Junior Lifeguard Foundation. (Courtesy of Dave Heath)
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