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.
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.
Bruins Alumni Charity Game
The Littleton No. Stars, a group of recreational hockey players from the Littleton and Northeast Kingdom (VT) area, will take on the Boston Bruins Alumni Hockey team on Sunday, December 10, 2017 at Plymouth State University at 1 PM.
Ski, Swing, and Climb
Join us for a full day of activities for people with mobility, visual or hearing impairments. January 20, February 10, and March 3
What's happening at ASPNC
For the 3rd year, Copper Cannon has hosted Adaptive Sports Partners volunteer orientation program. While our programs might be different, Copper Cannon and Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country have more in common then you might think. Read all about it in Connor’s latest blog “The Rhetoric of Non – Profits.”
It was amazing having Kiley Jacques, freelance writer for the Appalachian Mountain Club, join our adaptive community to learn more and produce this piece highlighting the work of ASPNC in support of athletes with disabilities, their families, friends, and our outstanding volunteers. We are glad to have you and your brother Kevin as our newest participants!
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Interested in learning more about becoming a volunteer with Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country?
Matthew Jeralds, a graduate of the University of New Hampshire’s Therapeutic Recreation Program and licensed CTRS-L, has joined the team at Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country (ASPNC) to implement therapeutic recreation services for ASPNC and their participants. Matthew has volunteered and worked in a variety of recreation settings, most notably at Northeast Passage
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How does a non-profit Board of Directors from an adaptive sports program in Franconia, NH recognize a year of inspiring participants, dedicated volunteers, life changing stories, and personal successes? …by gathering together with community, friends, and associates to raise money of course, and Celebrate POSSIBILITIES! On Friday night, September 15th, from 6-9pm, please join the
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WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please consider volunteering to be a driver for our event. All the details and registration available here:https://www.sunriseascent.org/register or call the office at 603-823-5232. Thanks… and spread the word! #countdowntotheclimb RoadRunners Wanted
ASPNC is looking for volunteers to help with our 8 week summer seasonal sport, recreation, and wellness programs (June 19 – August 11). Do you have an hour or two once a week that you could spare for eight weeks to hike, bike, kayak, golf, or play tennis with a person with a disability? Please
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Welcome Spring! As we are making the transition between seasons and enjoying warmer temps and sunny skies, don’t forget about our fun mud-season activities… Power (wheelchair) Soccer – Every Sunday afternoon from 3:00pm – 4:30pm at Profile School in Bethlehem, NH. Power (wheelchair) Soccer is a team sport played by individuals
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Dear Friends, We are moving through March with snow guns blowing at Cannon Mountain! It’s been another interesting winter for weather with everything from blue-bird powder days to spring melts and back to winter again. However, we are not ready to give up on winter just yet and will be skiing and riding through
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Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country (ASPNC) is excited to announce four new members to its Board of Directors. ASPNC is a Franconia based non-profit organization offering year-round sport, recreation, and wellness opportunities for people with disabilities. Shane MacElhiney Presently, Shane is the Academic Dean at The White Mountain School, where he also resides
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