Marshall Miles Interviews Caroline Lynch Program, Administrator and Volunteer Coordinator of the Adaptive Sports Foundation, Windham Mountain’s 16th Annual “Warriors in Motion”

WARRIORS IN MOTION

January 31 – February 4

The Adaptive Sports Foundation at Windham Mountain Resort hosts its 16th annual Learn to Ski and Ride Event for United States servicemen and women injured during active duty post September 11,2001.  ASF partners with Windham Mountain Resort  to bring approximately 20 wounded servicemen, servicewomen and their families to Windham Mountain for winter sports activity, fun and relaxation.

“The ASF has helped change the way I live my life, and helped motivate me to share these positive activities and
opportunities with others.” – Frank Lesnefsky, Army Staff Sergeant (Retired)

All Service Members are honored with a discount: Stripes & Badges cardholders receive an additional $10 discount on lift tickets 1/31/19-2/4/19.  That’s a $45 ticket on Thursday 1/31/19, Friday 2/1/19 & Monday 2/4/19 and a $65 ticket on Saturday 2/2/19 & Sunday 2/3/19! Available to military personnel, veterans, firefighters, police officers, and emergency medical first responders, the card regularly gets members $25 off midweek non-holiday day tickets and $15 off weekend/holiday day tickets.

More information: https://www.adaptivesportsfoundation.org/programs/military-programs/warriors-in-motion-winter-programs/

Marshall Miles Interviews Caroline Lynch Program, Administrator and Volunteer Coordinator of the Adaptive Sports Foundation, Windham Mountain’s 16th Annual “Warriors in Motion”
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