Accessibility · Education · Family life · Local · Through the Power of Sport

Young People are Essential for the Sustainability of Volunteer Organizations

Meet Annie.  Annie began helping “unofficially” at adaptive waterskiing when she was just 9 years old.  Annie is awesome.  She has grown up between Windham, NH and the docks of Squam Lake, first loading and unloading equipment on the barge and keeping life jackets organized;  now an integral part of EAS and a college freshmen… Continue reading Young People are Essential for the Sustainability of Volunteer Organizations

Accessibility · Adaptive Adventure · Family life · Local · Nature-Based Learning · Through the Power of Sport

Christopher and Dana Reeve Blog, Sept. 8, 2017: “Being Krill-ed”

Geoff Krill isn’t exactly an ambulance chaser; however, he LOVES meeting people whose lives have been forever changed by spinal cord injury. Recently, while at a cycling event, our friend and adaptive coach MiKayla Briere watched him working with Ryan St. Lawrence, a downhill mountain biker who sustained his SCI just last summer. She smiled… Continue reading Christopher and Dana Reeve Blog, Sept. 8, 2017: “Being Krill-ed”

Conversations with Kids · Education · Family life · Mom is Doing Her Best

Finding Nuggets of Hope

One of my students asked me today why I hadn’t written anything in a while– a while meaning nine days not six months.  “Cut me some slack,” I requested, “sometimes there is just too much to write and you don’t know where to start.” One, I love that he was looking forward to my next… Continue reading Finding Nuggets of Hope