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Page 14 - Fall 2012

Disabled Sports USA Far West
Information & Reservations / Telephone: 530-581-4161      
Online: www.dsusafw.org / info@disabledsports.net

Adapted Ski and Snowboard Lessons: Daily, December-April at Alpine Meadows, Squaw Valley, and Northstar. Equipment rental available.

Ability Celebration - Honoring wounded warriors disabled in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. March 27-April 1, Alpine Meadows. The week starts with a Wounded Warrior Ability Camp for 25 soldiers and marines disabled in Iraq and Afghanistan. They receive specialized instruction in adapted alpine skiing and snowboarding at the Disabled Sports Program Center at Alpine Meadows. They are also introduced to other winter recreation as part of their therapy and re-integration into the community including snowmobiling and sledge hockey.

Ability Challenge - March 30-31, Alpine Meadows. This year’sAbility Challenge is an all mountain challenge designed to accommodate and challenge skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Utilizing GPS technology, the Challenge will take skiers all over the mountain through a series of checkpoints with a few bonus challenges mixed in. Registration fee is $50 adult, $25 youth plus minimum pledge of $200.

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Disabled Sports—Eastern Sierra
Contact Maggie Palchak at 760-934-0791 or mpalchak@disabledsportseasternsierra.org Visit disabledsportseasternsierra.org

Ongoing Fall Cycling Group meets weekly at Bishop City Park Wednesdays 1-3:30pm weather permitting.

Alpine Ski, Nordic Ski, Biathlon and Snow-board training daily throughout the winter season

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Golfing For All
Sacramento is proud to boast four golf courses with trained staff available to teach golfers of all ages and abilities. Adaptive Golf Carts are available at the Cherry Island Golf Course, “The First Tee” in William Land Park, and Haggin Oaks. Trained staff can improve the swing of any golfer.

The First Tee in William Land Park. Brian Rugne at 455-7888  or brugne@hagginoaks.com.

Haggin Oaks, 3645 Fulton Ave. Kelli Corlett at 808-0971 or kcorlett@hagginoaks.com.

Cherry Island Golf Course, 2360 Elverta Rd. Tim Berg at 991-7293 or tberg@empiregolf.com.

Bing Maloney, 6801 Freeport Blvd. Morgan Malone at 808-6616 or mmalone@hagginoaks.com.

TTY’S available to the public at the following Capital City Golf locations:
Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course TTY 665-3637
Bing Maloney Golf Course TTY 391-8006
Haggin Oaks Golf Course TTY 481-2253
William Land Golf Course TTY 277-1207
Capital City Golf Administration Office 433-6294

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