99,358 and Counting!

 
 Last Friday, June 15, Nueva Vista Community Resources students joined the count toward 100,000 Ocean Stewards.

Last Friday, June 15, Nueva Vista Community Resources students joined the count toward 100,000 Ocean Stewards.

Reaching our 100,000th Ocean Steward is a distinctive milestone achievement we wish to celebrate with you, our supporters. From serving our first student in 1996, whose class participated thanks to the vision of OSO founder Jack O'Neill, to our successes over two decades later, we owe it all to you.

As a supporter of O'Neill Sea Odyssey, you are an integral part of this momentous occasion. This celebration is as much for you, and in recognition of your contributions to OSO, as it is for the nearly 100,000 youth we've provided with lasting ocean science experiences.

To-date, we have served 99,358 students and will likely reach our milestone in early fall, roughly 25 more classes. In advance of this special day, we invite you to join us at Cowell Beach in Santa Cruz on Sunday, June 24, to celebrate from 1 - 4 PM.

 
Adam Steckley