About Us!

Raymond Patterson, a well-known, soft-spoken surfer and noted ukulele virtuoso, was one of the club founders together with Kalani Akui, Frank and Helen Marasco, Alfred Kuhia, Sandy Kanaeholo, and John Loo.

Their gracious Hawaiian hospitality brought more surfers together and the "Hui Ohana He'e Nalu" (surfing family) grew...

Now, every weekend club members, their families and friends meet at San Onofre, known for its casual and relaxed beach atmosphere, to enjoy surfing the mellow waves, the warm sunshine, ono "kanaka" food, Hawaiian music, and good times that only good friends can offer.   

Club eventWe were established in 1994 to bring Aloha Spirit to our community, and to surf San Onofre and protect her beach. Our ohana (family) grew. Our volunteers and leaders give back in many ways, from scholarships, to the annual Polynesian Festival in San Clemente.

HAWAIIAN SURF CLUB OFFICERS FOR 2011-2012: 

Kirk Kahanu, President
Isaia Fa’alafua, Vice President
Johnny Kahanu, Secretary
Danny O'Dowd, Treasurer
Dallas Richardson, Sergeant At Arms
Loren Grier, Rec. Director
Ed Escandon, Chairman, Grants & Awards

Look forward to seeing you!
Look forward to seeing you!
Look forward to seeing you!
Look forward to seeing you!

HONORARY MEMBERS:

HONORARY MEMBERS:
Laurie Abshire-Richey
Kalani Akui
Dan & Kerry Cassidy
Doug Craig (Deceased)
Carol Crofts (Deceased)
Pam Curtis
George Downing
Ed Escandon

Mike Garrett
Loren Grier 
Whitey Harrison (Deceased)
Gary Jenkins
Tony Jones 
Kealoha Kaio (Deceased)
Sandy Kanaeholo
Richard "Buffalo" Keaulana
Rabbit Kekai
Keith Ketcheson
Alfred Kuhia
Zoobadee Lau (Deceased)
John and Renee Loo
Frank and Helen Marasco
Pele Marasco
Kela Miller

David Nuuhiwa, Sr. (Deceased)
David Nuuhiwa, Jr.
Dorian "Doc" Pascowitz
Raymond Patterson (Deceased)
Ronald Patterson (Deceased)

John and Annie Pau
Ricardo Pomar
Jim "Mouse" Richey
Ron Sizemore
Kenny Shue
Paul Strauch, Jr.
Rell Sunn (Deceased)
Gaylord Vermilyea

Hal Whitby (Deceased)
Les Williams (Deceased)
Reynolds Wright (Deceased)

Latest works

The San Clemente Polynesian Festival- Every year on Memorial Day weekend
Fun Fundraising events to provide scholarships for students and education about Hawaii
Keeping the beaches clean the oceans protected - much of what we do enlightens others.