AbilityPLUS, the non-profit that provides adaptive sports programs at Mount Snow, is gearing up for this year’s annual Winterfest fundraiser, and invites everyone to join in the fun. Winterfest at Mount Snow, to be held Saturday February 2, is a day of skiing/riding, followed by an après party with silent and live auctions, raffle, awards ceremony, and of course food and drink, all to benefit programs that help people with disabilities improve their lives through participation in athletic and recreational programs. The organization invites skiers/riders to register for the Ski/Ride Til You Drop-A-Thon, which is open to anyone of all abilities. The après party at The Lodge at Mount Snow is free of charge for all to attend. Visit www.abilityplus.org or call Sue Tatem at 800-287-8415 x4699 for more information.
AbilityPLUS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in its sixteenth year of enriching the lives of program participants, their families, friends and a community of volunteers who work to provide year ‘round adaptive sports and recreation for individuals with all manner of disabilities, from severe physical impairments to people with autism across the spectrum. The AbilityPLUS Soldiers For Soldiers program serves wounded veterans and active-duty service members with various injuries, including amputations, brain injuries, burns, visual and hearing impairments, all forms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other emotional scars. AbilityPLUS is a Chapter of DSUSA and is a Paralympic Sport Club. Additional information about AbilityPLUS and full menu of programs is available at AbilityPLUS.org.