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Please join us for a workshop about creating a family love letter through estate planning strategies. The evening is free and open to the public. Come and ask questions and get some answers. Please RSVP to Alicia at 802.772.3252 by March 13. To see a…

By Hunter Hedenberg, guest blogger Every Sunday afternoon, Vermont Adaptive Race Team athletes, volunteers and Coach Norm Staunton run through race gates to practice for the real deal races. The entire season culminates for most of our athletes with the Special Olympic Vermont Winter Games…

USABA participants and guides at Pico Mountain Feb 2016

By Hunter Hedenberg, guest blogger This coming weekend marks the 10th anniversary of the United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) and Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports working together at Pico Mountain to host a weekend long event for athletes from around the country who…

Ben races on the Vermont Adaptive Race Team and practices at Sugarbush. He connected with Maggie one day and told her how much he wanted a race suit (last year he just missed 1st place at the Special Olympics Winter Games and the first place…

Skiing at Pico Mountain.

This Blog Post was originally published in 2016 and has been updated to reflect information for 2017-2018... By Hunter Hedenberg, guest blogger Erin Fernandez, executive director at Vermont Adaptive, says that the holiday season is a humbling time of year, and that she is grateful…

Happy Everything!

December 25, 2016 | News, Telling Stories

What will be your adventures in 2017? What stories will you share? What memories will you make? As we enter the holiday week and turn the calendar page on a new year, I find myself giving pause and reflecting on the past year  - and…

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