Have you always had an interest in learning how to ski? Have you ever sat back and said, “I know I can do that.” If so, then let the U.S. Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) and the staff of the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) help you achieve your goal of learning how to enjoy life through skiing. Space is limited to 18 participants. Who’s Eligible to Attend? USABA members. Not a member? Simply join USABA by going to www.usaba.org and download the membership form; or simply call 719-630-0422 and speak to a USABA staff member about becoming a member. What’s the Cost: You pay to get there plus $100. Cost covers 3 nights of lodging, all meals, ski equipment, ski instruction and lift passes. Scholarship monies are available to USABA members to help offset some of the overall costs. Additional monies may be available to selected Veterans and active duty service members. To Qualify: Open to all USABA members of all ages; space is limited to 18 USABA members (male and female) who are blind and/or visually impaired; first come first served; includes up to 4 veterans or active duty service members who have suffered an eye injury in Iraq or Afghanistan. Call Rich Cardillo at 719-630-0422 (extension 15) or e-mail to [email protected] to request your application to attend and answer any questions you might have.
This party for Tubbs Romp to Stomp participants includes pre-registration, local vendor trunk shows, appetizers and fun activities!
Strap on your snowshoes for the Colorado Romp to Stomp! This is a fun, family-friendly snowshoe event that benefits the Susan G. Komen Foundation Denver. Details coming soon!
Join the Friends at their monthly meeting held in the Buffalo Mt. room at the County Commons, Frisco. They will be discussing the upcoming April Book Sale and other future events.
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Did you know that worldwide, a child is diagnosed with cancer EVERY three minutes? Sadly, one out of five of these kids diagnosed will not survive. Often, the children who do live will deal with a host of health issues.
St. Baldrick’s Foundation is committed to conquering childhood cancers! The foundation currently funds more in childhood cancer research grants than any organization except the Feds.
You can support the St. Baldrick’s Eagle event in one of three ways: make a BALD statement and shave in solidarity, Donate $, or volunteer!
Event features include: food, drinks and Silent Auction.
The post event party happens immediately after the shave-a-thon at the Dusty Boot in Eagle Ranch.
Join this St. Baldrick’s event, and whether you decide to shave your head, volunteer, or donate, we hope you’ll be a part of the excitement. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity that funds more in childhood cancer research grants than any organization except the U.S. government. Get involved and you’ll be giving hope to infants, children, teens and young adults fighting childhood cancers. Join us and be a hero for kids with cancer! http://www.townofeagle.org/calendar.aspx?EID=1583