The Eena Project
|Need a place to
Check out these houses
on The Outer Banks.
The owners and rental
If you cannot swim,
do not go in the ocean!
Swim only in lifeguarded beaches
(during guarded hours)
Swim with at least 3 people
You and at least 1 buddy in the water
& 1 on shore who is only watching
you and your buddy-- not reading,
sleeping, or tanning!
Take your cell phone to
the beach and know
your beach address.
If you find that you are being pulled
out in the ocean, you are caught in a
Follow the instructions
The Eena Project was created to educate others on rip currents and other beach related hazards.
In September of 2006, Kristina (Eena) Koles drowned as a result of a rip current on The Outer Banks.
She was our daughter, sister, aunt, sister-in-law, and friend.
Education is key and we do not want any other families to experience the tragedy we had that day.
Please use this site and the links to educate your family.
|Check out our
'The Eena Project"
If you own a house or are a rental company and need material for your house(s) this summer, please let us know
We provide a video, brochure, and magnet that can be views on the Material page.
Please let us know your name, company or beach house address, and how many items you need.
|****Hurricane Bill is causing and will be causing changes on the surf beaches along the east coast. Rip currents will be
strong this weekend and possibly throughout the week. Get educated and stay away from closed beaches****