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By Molly Tobin, Intern at Vermont Adaptive I feel beyond privileged to have been able to work with Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports for the last year as an intern. It is hard to put into words how rewarding and fulfilling an experience it has…

"Imagine a child coming down the mountain with a huge smile on his face,” wrote Syrah Wright, who has been named Gatorade Vermont Volleyball Player of the Year. Play It Forward is Gatorade’s cause marketing platform, which empowers every one of the Gatorade Player of…

As we find ourselves wallowing in our own self isolations, held up at home from the threat of an untimely viral outbreak, I keep finding myself looking back on the winter of 2019/2020. My entire winter was purely defined by my work with the Vermont…

Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports Honors Liz Mead, Andrew Kimpton, and Greg & Carole Lothrop as 2019 Volunteers of the Year 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…

Vermont Adaptive racer Phil takes a moment to adjust his goggles while coach and Vermont Adaptive athlete Emily Cioffi gives him a few pointers on his pole placement. He sets his poles just in front of the starting gates, and Emily counts him down. She…

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,…

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