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February 01, 2017
South Cove celebrated its official ground breaking last week! Dana Point Mayor Debra Lewis, Zephyr COO Chris Beucler and the City Council spoke during the ceremony. Beucler commended the collaborative partnership between Zephyr and the city while the city and Historical Society praised Zephyr for their contributions to Dana Point and the city’s legacy.
A public park that will border South Cove with art and installations paying tribute to the surf culture and celebrated history of Dana Point also broke ground and models of the art were available for view.
To cap off the celebration, the Hobie Alter Foundation received over $100,000 of pledged funding from the Hobie Cat Company and the Historical Society of Dana Point!
The event had a great turnout and everyone in attendance shared their excitement to see the projects come to fruition.
Check out the full album of event photos below!