Volunteer Orientation at Copper Cannon Camp

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.”

By All Means

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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New Therapeutic Recreation Initiative Expands ASPNC Impact and Programs

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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Inspiring Friday Night Fundraiser Celebrates Possibilities

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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Sunrise Ascent

Roadrunners Wanted

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

Spring e-Blast

          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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