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 mountain to kick off our winter programs!
New Year Outlook
Thanks to a generous donation we are able to purchase all of our much needed alpine equipment for the year! Our wish list included:
- Tessier TandemFlex (the only one of its kind in the United States),
- Tessier Tempo Duo for independent or tandem operation,
- Tessier Tempo Uniski,
- Two Superlite monoski outriggers,
- Four Superlite stand-up outriggers
A huge “Thank You!” to our anonymous donor for helping to acquire these items and start the year off right!
New & Noteworthy
Exciting news at Cannon Mountain: the exterior vertical lift is installed and inspected, providing access to the full lodge for visitors with limited mobility. We’re thrilled to have collaborated on this project with Cannon Mountain, Centerplate, Inc., Spaulding Adaptive Sports, the Zack Heger Foundation, and our many supporters! Celebrate #AccessforAll!
Check out more photos of the construction process on our Facebook page.
Thank you again for your continued support. Here’s to a great 2016!
Join us for Pirates of the High Skis on February 6, 9AM-3PM at Cannon Mountain! Ski or Ride like a Pirate for a Day of Treasure Hunting, Prizes and Pirate Fun
By the Numbers
2015 was a great year for ASPNC!
- Over 1,400 activity sessions
- 185 participants
- 79 new participants
- 133 volunteers
- 37 new volunteers
Thanks to all who helped contribute to our success last year, and for helping us reach greater heights this year!
Special thanks to The Mount Washington Cog Railway, one of ASPNC’s newest sponsors and an Admiral of the POW at the upcoming Pirates of the High Skis!