Enjoy skiing as a Colorado Discover Ability volunteer

Disabled veteran Doug Little of Grand Junction takes on the slopes of Powderhorn on a sitski with the help of Colorado Discover Ability’s Ryan Keys.



Be cool, have fun and ski free as a volunteer adaptive snowsports instructor this winter at Powderhorn Resort.

Colorado Discover Ability has more than 20 years of experience working with disabled individuals at the Adaptive Snowsports School at Powderhorn.

Volunteer instructors are needed to teach and assist in learn-to-ski, snowboard, snowshoe and on-snow racing.

It’s a great way to spend time on the snow this winter.

And you can make a difference in someone’s life.

WHO: Colorado Discover Ability is a nonprofit organization based on the belief that outdoor adventures can transform lives.

WHAT: Volunteer orientation meetings for the CDA Adaptive Snowsports School.

WHERE: Meetings are 6–8 p.m. Monday and Nov. 12 at the Center for Independence gym, 740 Gunnison Ave.

WHY: Sharing skills, meeting great people and enjoying winter activities with disabled individuals.

HOW: Contact Jeremy Steinhauer at 257-1222 or 970-778-5766 or go online to http://www.coloradodiscoverability.org.


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