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By Hunter Hedenberg Usually, when you enter the Mt. Ellen base lodge at Sugarbush Resort on a Monday, it’s a bit quieter than the flurry of weekend skiers. A few folks will be there wrestling their boots on, or munching on french fries. This week,…

By Hunter Hedenberg “And that folks, is how you ski” is 14-year-old, Vermont Adaptive athlete Jasmine Mead’s catchphrase. She says it when she’s out on the slopes, but not when you think she would. It doesn’t come out after she’s left her ski instructors in…

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 four Volunteers of the Year at off-snow trainings this fall. Phil Crowell,…

Anonymous donor pledges $1 million challenge gift toward the project KILLINGTON, Vt. (Oct. 3, 2018)– Erin Fernandez, executive director of Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, the nationally recognized year-round organization offering daily adaptive sports programs to people with any disability, announced today that the organization…

We're teaming up with Red Kite Candy, located in Bradford, VT, to offer you a one-of-a-kind caramel made exclusively for Vermont Adaptive! 100% of the profits will go to Vermont Adaptive to help support our year-round programs. The best part? You get to decide which…

By Dominique Gatto When Kelly Walsh, our program coordinator for Bolton Valley Ski Area in the winter and all of Chittenden County and Burlington in the summer, was first asked the question of why she is running in the Vermont 100 Endurance Race, she burst…

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