Archive for the 'Telling Stories' Category

By Ryan Kennedy From the start of my time with Vermont Adaptive, I’ve struggled to put to words what this organization is to me. Beyond all doubt, the program has been nothing but a positive experience, full of character building, bonding, and meaningful relationships with…

By Dominique Gatto At Vermont Adaptive it takes all hands-on deck, all the time. Our year-round programming has continued to succeed for more than 30 years thanks to dedication of more than 400 highly trained volunteer instructors. Monica Marois started volunteering in her mid-20s and…

By Dominique Gatto Vermont Adaptive is proud to offer programs specifically designed for injured service members, Veterans with disabilities, and their families. Since the organization’s inception in 1987, we have worked with veterans with disabilities and evolved our programs to match the changes in the…

By Dominique Gatto Cheers to the Central Vermont Pioneers sled hockey team, which brought home the hardware last weekend with a gold medal at the Empire State Winter Games. Hoping for a repeat, they’re playing this Saturday from 3-9 p.m. at the Central Vermont Memorial…

A year ago, Mike H. Burke (longtime Vermont Adaptive volunteer) and his daughter, Maggie (Vermont Adaptive’s managing director), lost Ellen, a wife and mother dedicated to caring for others—whether it was her children, extended family, as a guardian-ad-litem, or simply helping a friend in need…

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. During that period when he was “visiting,” he discovered the resort’s Cabin Cat Adventures—one of the…

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