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Adaptive Wilderness Sports of McCall

Adaptive Wilderness Sports of McCall (AWeSOMe!) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower people of all abilities through high quality outdoor experiences. AWeSOMe!, founded in the winter of 2001-2002, provides ski lessons as well as many other outdoor activities. Our goal is to provide participants the opportunity to learn new skills, challenge themselves, and work together to enhance the health and self-confidence necessary to expand human potential.

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AquAbility, Inc.

AquAbility is a non-profit corporation committed to providing therapeutic recreation and/or competition through swimming for people with a variety of physical challenges. The goals of AquAbility are to foster physical and cognitive benefits, raise self esteem, promote fitness, encourage and cultivate social interaction, improve quality of life, and to allow for independence in the sport of swimming for physically challenged adults and youth. Specific goals for 2012 are to increase local awareness of our program, seek out local participants, and to expand our work with injured veterans in Idaho and nationally.

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Bogus Basin Nordic Club

We are a non-profit Nordic ski team focused on young athletes ages 6–19 in the Treasure Valley. BBNT’s goal is to offer a range of opportunities for Nordic skiers of all abilities and to provide quality coaching, education, and skill development with the intention of creating lifetime athletes.

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City of Boise - Parks & Recreation Dept.

Boise Parks & Recreation’s Adaptive Recreation Services provide a wide range of recreational, social and educational programs for youth and adults with disabilities. The AdVenture Seeker Program offers recreation opportunities specifically designed for people with physical disabilities and their friends and family. Some of the AdVenture Seeker programs include: adaptive waterskiing, bike rides, rafting trips, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby and more.

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Higher Ground Sun Valley - Paralympic Sport Sun Valley

Higher Ground Sun Valley’s mission is to enhance the quality of life through inclusive therapeutic recreation, adaptive sports, education and advocacy for people of all abilities. As a positive and visible fixture in the adaptive recreation industry, our programs give individuals with disabilities the opportunity to experience the outdoors without limitations. Designed and executed by our staff of certified recreation therapists and dedicated professionals, each program helps our participants build physical and social skills they can use for a lifetime. Our programs are offered year round.

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Idaho Wheelchair Tennis Association

Teaching the sport of wheelchair tennis to disabled youth and adults.

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Inland Northwest Disabled Veterans Sports Association

We are a group of disabled veterans that work with the disabled and sporting event organizers so that the disabled may participate in local sporting events. We educate school age children about the disabled. Run sporting events in the local area of Coeur d’alene ID. and Spokane WA. We offer programs in cycling, cross country skiing, and sled hockey and have many connections to other sporting programs for the disabled in our area

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Limbitless, Inc.

To empower and provide adaptive individuals with support, education, financial resources, and a global community. Provide opportunities for involvement in sports, recreation, and the LIMBitless™ Challenge, and equip participants to “Go Beyond,” and live life without LIMBits.

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Recreation Unlimited, Inc.

To create and support recreational and competitive opportunities for people with disabilities, through quality ski instruction in a positive environment which enhances the development of social, physical and developmental skills.

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Treasure Valley Family YMCA

To put Christian Principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

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Wood River Ability Program

Mission: To promote physical and mental health for persons with disabilities through sports and recreation.

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