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Officials at Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, a nationally recognized nonprofit providing sports and recreation year-round to people with disabilities, are pleased to announce that Molly Tobin, program coordinator for the organization, has been awarded the 2021 Kellen Sams Memorial Leadership Award. “We are thrilled…

Twenty years is a long time to stay in one job, to work for one company or organization. Seriously, who does that anymore? Not many. According to a report from 2020 from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average number of years that employees…

More than 400 highly-trained volunteer instructors make Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports’ mission of empowering individuals with disabilities possible. Out of a dedicated pool of volunteers, Vermont Adaptive program coordinators recognized this year’s three Volunteers of the Year at off-snow trainings this fall, which were…

When Mike Murphy returned to his home mountain of Sugarbush Resort in 2008 to celebrate the resort’s 50th anniversary, a simple four-day trip turned into a four-week stay—and then some. When he was younger, Mike grew up at Sugarbush while his dad maintained the role…

My name is Grant Edebohls and I apprenticed with Vermont Adaptive on the Burlington Waterfront during the summer of 2021. I heard about Vermont Adaptive through the Vermont 100, which is an eduro race that supports the program, and have been a participant since August 2020. My first…

Hundreds of community members from across the country rallied around Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports’ #GivingTuesday 2021 fundraising campaign yesterday, raising more than $200,000 for the organization’s year-round adaptive sports and recreational programs and athlete scholarships. Generosity prevailed for the second #GivingTuesday of the global pandemic, as…

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