Bart Adaptive Sports Center Celebrates 20 Years
As we are in our 20th Year of Bart Adaptive Sports Center, we have put together a mini store for you to be able to purchase logo items such as T-shirts, Sweatshirts, Water Bottles, and More. Please check it out below and share with us on social media you enjoying your favorite items to help us celebrate our 20th year.
We are excited to welcome Rachel Bender, CTRS to the Bart Adaptive Sports Center as our Operational & Development Manager.
Rachel Bender was born and raised in Highland, New York in the Hudson Valley. She attended the State University of New York College at Cortland. She graduated in 2022 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Therapeutic Recreation and shortly after got her Certification in Therapeutic Recreation. Rachel did her internship in Colorado at Steamboat doing adaptive skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing.
Rachel has been doing outdoor recreational activities from a young age. She learned how to rock climb when she was six and has been doing it ever since. She also enjoys hiking and kayaking in the summer and skiing in the winter. Rachel first got experience with volunteering for adaptive sports in college at a rock climbing gym nearby and fell in love with it instantly.
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13th Annual No Limits Golf Tournament
The time is now! Lets sign your team up today for the 13th Annual No Limits Golf tournament at Stratton Mountain Golf Course on September 19, 2022.
If you are unable to play but still want to help out the Bart Center, please become a sponsor. All information for individual, team and sponsorships can be found on our website.
Peru Fair 2022
Bart Adaptive Sports Center is participating in the 2022 Peru Fair on September 24, 2022 selling corn and merchandise. Stop by our booth to have some delicious corn and learn more about volunteering opportunities available at the Bart Center.
At 9 months old Jack had a seizure. After a CT scan and MRI it was determined that he had a right parietal arachnoid cyst and had neurosurgery to remove it at the age of 1. At age 3 he was diagnosed with a global developmental delay and dyspraxia (which impeded his motor planning ability), and a few years ago with autism as well. Jack learned to ski with Joe and the many wonderful instructors at The Bart Adaptive Sports Center at age 8. He started in the beginners area and on tethers, and can now ride the chairlift and ski down greens and blues independently. He has a need for speed and can ski with family and friends, but still prefers to ski winter mornings with Bart. Jack loves sports and we are beyond grateful to The Bart Adaptive Sports Center for giving him the love of skiing. Jack’s favorite things about Bart are “the instructors”, checking the board to see “who do I ski with today” and yelling “woohoo” on his way down the mountain.