etnies Girl proudly announces the return of the etnies Girls Get on Board (GGOB) program, a series of all-girl action sports instructional clinics. This year, etnies Girl has partnered with the Girls Riders Organization (GRO) and Lost Energy Drink to produce the series. There are currently 17 planned clinics across the country and two international clinics, from June 12 to October 27, 2007, including a stop at the etnies Skatepark of Lake Forest. Beginning in June, etnies Girl will host one-on-one BMX, skate, surf and motocross clinics across the country. etnies Girl team riders Lauren Perkins, Sarah Whitmore, Stacey Mulligan, Tarah Gieger and Evelien Bouilliart will lend their expert advice to participants and perform demos. Encouraging females through one-on-one interaction and hands-on training is at the core of the etnies GGOB program, which seeks to provide females of all ages basic skills and confidence through the introduction of action sports in a fun, safe environment. The etnies GGOB program kicks off with a skate clinic in Indianapolis, Ind., at the Major Taylor Skatepark on June 12. It will also make multiple stops in California, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio and Tennessee. For a complete list of clinics, to sign up for a clinic or for the latest updates and information, visit etnies Girls Get on Board.