Neighbors: Adaptive Sports celebrates accessible recreation

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Neighbors: Adaptive Sports celebrates accessible recreation

The Henry Strater Theatre was standing-room-only at the Durango Adaptive Sports Association’s Harvest Gala at the end of October.
Ann Marie Meighan, left, executive director of the Durango Adaptive Sports Association and Noah Blue Elk Hotchkiss, who began working with ASA when he was 11, are excited to sell the first item in the organization’s live auction, a day-long all-mountain tour skiing with him at Purgatory Resort.
Spirited bidding took place during Durango Adaptive Sports Association’s 16th Annual Harvest Gala at the Henry Strater Theatre in late October.

Neighbors: Adaptive Sports celebrates accessible recreation

The Henry Strater Theatre was standing-room-only at the Durango Adaptive Sports Association’s Harvest Gala at the end of October.
Ann Marie Meighan, left, executive director of the Durango Adaptive Sports Association and Noah Blue Elk Hotchkiss, who began working with ASA when he was 11, are excited to sell the first item in the organization’s live auction, a day-long all-mountain tour skiing with him at Purgatory Resort.
Spirited bidding took place during Durango Adaptive Sports Association’s 16th Annual Harvest Gala at the Henry Strater Theatre in late October.
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