More than 400 highly-trained volunteer instructors and guides make Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports’ mission of empowering individuals with disabilities possible. Out of a dedicated pool of volunteers, the Vermont Adaptive staff recognized one outstanding volunteer at the organization’s winter orientation sessions last month. Program…
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SO. POMFRET—Nearly 40 athletes from Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports’ race team will compete in Alpine skiing and snowshoeing at the Special Olympics Vermont Winter Games March 3-5 at Suicide Six ski hill in Woodstock.
Vermont Adaptive race team athletes train every Sunday afternoon at…
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports pilot program offered in Rutland area One simple recreational activity can have a huge impact on a person. For 10-year-old Cosmo Duncan of Pawlet, trusting Vermont Adaptive’s Tom Alcorn to lead him safely up the climbing wall at Green Mountain…
Killington’s annual Bachelor Auction Sunday, March 20, raised over $12,000 for Vermont Adaptive, according to The Foundry’s preliminary estimate for the night. The dozen bachelors each came with prize packages ranging in value from $350-$1,200. Most winning bids were well over their stated…
KILLINGTON — A large contingent of blind and visually impaired skiers will be attending the 9th Annual United States Association of Blind Athletes Winter Festival with Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports this weekend, Feb. 6-7, at Pico Mountain and Mountain Meadows.
Anonymous family offers $20,000 additional match
KILLINGTON—On Wednesday, Dec. 2, Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports announced that it had raised more than $58,000 during the national #GivingTuesday campaign. The total includes a $20,000 matching donation from an anonymous Vermont Adaptive participant family.
“It’s a bit…
KILLINGTON — For the second year, Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, will participate in the nationally recognized charitable giving campaign, #GivingTuesday on Dec. 1. It will harness the generosity of an anonymous Vermont Adaptive family participant, who has gifted a matching gift challenge of $20,000 to…
Five-week series supports athletes of all abilities
KILLINGTON — The Mountain Times in partnership with Vermont Adaptive and Spartan Races, and with the sponsorship of ten local businesses, told the story of Vermont Adaptive athletes in a five-week series written by Killington native Anne Koch….
By Anne Koch
One moment last winter, I sat in Kim Jackson’s office at Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, interviewing as a college student, still unsure of what I wanted to do after I graduated. Now I am sitting in my very own office at…
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Local News 21 September, 2018