For many campers who attend camp as a child turning 14 years old means one thing.. you can now become a CIT.. that is, a Counselor-In-Training. They look forward to being able to don the yellow shirt and not only carry a water jug or a clipboard full of roll cards, but the responsibility of being a camp leader. Read More
March is SDSU Month and to celebrate we are offering renters a chance to win a free private Moonlight Kayaking excursion for you and 5 of your closest friends. Read More
Most people have heard of telephone booth stuffing but few outside of the world of surfing have heard of surfboard stacking, or of MBAC’s 10 year reign as a the world record holder in the category. Now, thank you to the Encyclopedia of Surfing, the record is once again archived in history. Read More
For the 5th time in the past 2 decades, the Governor of California is attempting to eliminate the California Department of Boating and Waterways , the department responsible for providing accountability, transparency and leadership regarding the collection and use of boater-derived taxes and fees, and the best use of these funds for programs that benefit boating. Read More
Registration for 2012 spring and summer youth camp sessions is open now! Read More
The Southern California Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) has awarded MBAC the Program Community Partner of the Year award. For 10 years MBAC has partnered with the MS Society to hold an event for persons with MS to enjoy a day of sailing on the bay. Each year for the past decade MBAC and the MS Society have teamed up to hold an event whose purpose is to offer persons with MS and their families an opportunity to participate in sailing, an activity that many with MS may not otherwise have had access to. The event was the brain child of a former MBAC employee Bruce Rifkin, who was diagnosed with MS while he was working at MBAC, and Karen Hooper at the NMSS. The two had a vision of for an event that they dubbed The National MS Society All-American Day at the Bay. Since then the event has grown in size over the past decade and now hosts over 250 persons with disabilities and their families from across Southern California. This year is the 11th annual and will be held in May. The National MS Society as an organization is a collective of passionate individuals who want to do something about MS now—from improving the lives of persons with MS, to working toward a world free of multiple sclerosis. For more information about the National MS Society, or to make a contribution that can help support programs like Day on the Bay, visit www.mspacific.org.