AmpSurf
Date: 8/19/2011 Album ID: 1305096
Photos by Gregory Rec
AmpSurf, an organization that teaches people with disabilities how to surf at Long Sands Beach in York on Thursday, August 18, 2011. AmpSurf is based in California.
Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer:
Shaun McLaughlin, 6, learns how to surf with help from Dana Cummings at Long Sands Beach in York on Thursday, August 18, 2011. Cummings is the executive director of AmpSurf, an organization that teaches people with disabilities how to surf. McLaughlin, of Massachusetts, was born without a right foot because of amniotic band syndrome. AmpSurf is based in California but Cummings grew up in Livermore Falls.
Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer:
Shaun McLaughlin, 6, of Massachusetts, learns how to surf during a clinic at Long Sands Beach in York held by AmpSurf, an organization that teaches people with disabilities how to surf. Waiting for Shaun is AmpSurf instructor Greg Vanderhoof.
Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer:
Shaun McLaughlin, 6, learns how to surf with help from instructor Lyn Burich at Long Sands Beach in York on Thursday, August 18, 2011. McLaughlin, from Massachusetts, was participating in a clinic held by AmpSurf, an organization that teaches people with disabilities how to surf.  McLaughlin was born without a right foot because of amniotic band syndrome.
Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer:
Jack Wallace, 13, surfs at Long Sands Beach in York on Thursday, August 18, 2011. Wallace traveled from New Jersey to participate in a surf clinic held by AmpSurf, an organization that teaches people with disabilities how to surf. Another clinic will he held at the same beach today.
Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer:
Instructor Brad Howe leads Jack Wallace over a wave while teaching him to surf at Long Sands Beach in York on Thursday, August 18, 2011. Wallace, 13, traveled from New Jersey to participate in a clinic held by AmpSurf, an organization that teaches people with disabilities how to surf. The California-based organization will hold another clinic at the same beach today.