Recent Press and Media Coverage:
Bike riders from all over New England raced on the streets of Lewiston-Auburn Sunday for the fourth annual Criterium Bike Race. A criterium is a short-track bike race. Racers did laps of a half-mile loop for about an hour per race.
Featured story - Native Mainer, veteran running for individuals with disabilities
New TV spot aired!
Sunday August 4th the Auburn Lewiston Rotary Breakfast Club will host the 4th Annual Criterium Bike Race.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, a person turning age 65 today has nearly a 70 percent chance of needing some type of long-term care in their remaining years.
Be on the lookout for information on how to sign-up in your mailbox (USPS or email). If you have questions, please contact us.
Dave Brackett, an 11-year volunteer at Sunday River Resort, is on the slopes teaching and guiding students at Maine Adaptive Sports and Recreation.
Seventeen people living with disabilities attended Mono-Ski Camp at Sunday River this winter.
The blind skier both participates and benefits from the money that will be raised on March 23rd at Sunday River!
Anita Emery is unstoppable. Born with cerebral palsy and told by doctors she would never walk, Emery has been skiing with Maine Adaptive Skiing .