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Easter Egg!

Congratulations, you found our first secret! In computer programs and video games, secret areas and hidden messages are called 'Easter eggs'.

According to video game lore, the phrase was first used about a video game secret in 1979. It happened when Atari employees learned of a secret message hidden in the popular game "Adventure". Back then, the people who wrote video games and computer programs didn't get credit for their work. The hidden message in that game told players the name of the game's designer.

We plan to add a lot more of our own Easter eggs to the Get On Board Skateboarding web site in the future. Keep checking back regularly for updates!

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Sanctum Collective: Darryll Hickey Interview

Our own Darryll Hickey recently engaged in an interview with the folks at the Sanctum Collective.

July 30th, 2015|

Lancaster Online: Get On Board Skateboarding

Jenelle Janci of Lancaster Online recently spoke with several members of the Get On Board Skateboarding board of directors to learn more about the program. Her article reveals more of the history behind the program and the dedication of those involved.  

June 19th, 2015|

Montgomery News: Get On Board Skateboarding at Ambler Skate Park

Eric Fitzsimmons of the Montgomery News wrote an article on the Get On Board Skateboarding workshop event at Ambler Skate Park.

June 2nd, 2015|

SPEAC of Upper Dublin: Get On Board Skateboarding Workshop

The SPecial Education Advisory Council (SPEAC) of Upper Dublin recently worked with the team at Get On Board Skateboarding to co-host an event at Ambler Skate Park outside Philadelphia. Thanks to the involvement of these amazing organizations and several local businesses, the event was a huge success! More details can be found on the SPEAC of [...]

May 31st, 2015|

The Burg News: Skate with Cause

Valarie Potell of The Burg News sat down with Ray Young and Gary Dutson to learn more about the Get On Board Skateboarding program and our mission to enrich the lives of children, ourselves and society as a whole. Her article, "Skate with Cause: Art, boards to benefit kids with autism" covers the past, present [...]

March 31st, 2015|

Fox News: Skateboard Cop Teams with PA Group

Several months ago, the Get On Board Skateboarding team was blessed with the opportunity to travel to Wisconsin to work with Officer Joel Zwicky, fondly known as "the Skateboard Cop". Together, Zwicky, Get On Board Skateboarding instructors and volunteers were able to reach out to nearly two dozen children from the Green Bay area. Fox 11 News [...]

December 7th, 2014|