Strange Reef Balls
Folks just love to play with their Reef Ball mold systems. Here
are a few examples of some of the strange ones! If you have a Reef
Ball photo with a strange looking Reef Ball, send it in and we'll put it
Reef Innovations "JUVI BALL"
(Left) Jerry Smith , Larry Beggs of Reef Innovations and Diving Specialists
and Michelle Richardson crafted this Halloween Reef Ball by placing the
inflatable balls which make the holes in a smiley face pattern.
(Right) Christmas time (back in 1994) brought snow to a Bay Ball at Reef
Ball's (former) headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.
This Bay Ball was cast into a solid block as part of a project where leftover
concrete is used and it is desirable to use as much concrete as possible.
Reef Builders, Inc. is working on a similar "footing" that will be
rounded with holes added to make the units more attractive for both man and
Reef Ball volunteers (from left to right: Don Brawley, Jane Brawley, Rosemary
Royston, Laura Shellhorse, Jay Jorgensen, Joe Kelly, Patty Jorgensen and
Phil Morgan) cast this Reef Ball without pinning the side balls to make a
large "Grouper Hole" in the side. The Reef Ball was cast on a boat
trailer to make launching it from a boat ramp possible.