Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country
Partners in Possibilities!
Adaptive Sports Partners provides over 20 different sport, recreation and wellness activities for people of all ages and any ability. Your support helps assure that these essential life enriching programs endure.
If you or a member of your family has a disability, or if you work with a group of individuals with disabilities, you will find that Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country has much to offer.
From providing direct support to our participants for sport and recreation activities to a single commitment as a “Sherpa” on a hike or working on an “office project,” volunteering is both rewarding and fun.
Wobble ‘n Gobble
Join us for a Thanksgiving day Walk, Run or Roll to benefit ASPNC and Lafayette Recreation.
Lucy Golden Jewelry
Presenting the jewelry of local Franconia jeweler and ASPNC fan, Lucy Golden (www.lucygoldenjewelry.com) with several pieces that represent the spirit of the Adaptive movement.
What's happening at ASPNC
Winter Fun is just around the corner! Join us at the ASPNC office Franconia to learn how you can help other enjoy the coming winter by sharing sport, recreation and wellness activities with people of all abilities! Some experience is helpful, but no need to be an expert. We are looking for volunteers to help
-> Continue reading New Volunteer Information
Registration ongoing thru October 7th! Yep, we’ve got that! WANTED: Players, with and without disabilities, to join the coed Unified Floor Hockey teams of Adaptive Sports Partners! This is a fun, active and social team sport… no previous experience necessary. These Special Olympics team will be practicing for the NH State Competition to be held on
-> Continue reading Adult Floor Hockey starting September 20th.
Latest Happenings at ASPNC ASPNC’s Power Soccer team – North Country STORM – has their last competitive match this Saturday at home (Profile School) against Upper Valley Wheelers. The game is at 10:30 AM, come out and cheer our team on! Our Monday Milers team getting out and enjoying the sun! Join us on Mondays
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** Spring Brings Wonderful Things at ASPNC! Congratulations to ASPNC’s Sue Tatem for passing her PSIA Adaptive Level 1 Blind/DD exam at Killington! Way to go, Sue! Three cheers for ASPNC’s Special Olympics Unified Basketball Team, North Country UNITED, for placing second in their division at the NH State Tournament on April 9! ** Spring
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Monday Milers is a fun and social wellness activity promoting a healthier lifestyle and the notion to get out and walk for wellness. Complimentary and open to anyone and everyone, we encourage you to come on out and join us! If you need any special assistance we do ask that you pre-register so that we can
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Spring programs are fast approaching and we’d love to get some of you volunteers on board! Currently on the schedule is: Monday Milers (NEW) Walking program, Mondays AM, 9:30AM – 11:30AM, Locations will be listed on ASPNC Calendar, START DATE March 14th (ongoing) Spring Biking – Thursdays PM, 2 sessions, 1PM & 2:15PM, Franconia Town Recreation Area. START
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We raised nearly $18,000 during this year’s event! Thank You! A tremendous “THANK YOU” to everyone who helped support our sixth annual Pirates of the High Skis event! From the Treasure Hunt to the Tattoo Parlor and the Photo Booth to the search for the Turncoat Traitors, a fun and enjoyable time was had by
-> Continue reading Newsletter February 18, 2016
Notes from the Board We are making plans for our annual meeting of the ASPNC membership on March 12th. This will be a combination annual meeting and member / volunteer / participant appreciation gathering. Details will follow soon. We are in full swing preparing for the Pirates of the High Skis! This is our big
-> Continue reading Newsletter February 2, 2016
Happy New Year from ASPNC! We hope that your 2016 is off to a great start! Here at ASPNC we’ve been busy with volunteer training – sometimes working through less than cooperative weather! – and starting our first programs of the season. Saturday we were thrilled to have Spaulding Adaptive Ski Club join us on the
-> Continue reading Newsletter January 12, 2016