Frolic and skiing for Adaptive Sports

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Frolic and skiing for Adaptive Sports

Members of the Wild Ones, also known as the Abominable Snowmen, model their award-winning costumes at the Dave Spencer Classic benefitting the Durango Adaptive Sports Association at the end of February. Team members include Adaptive participants Kristin Ingle, Lucas Talbot, Luciano Trujillo and volunteers Mary Lasser and Ally Kaufmann.
Karen Esser, left, who has helped Durango Adaptive Sports Association raise hundreds of thousands of dollars over the past 19 years, was awarded the Dave Spencer Award at the end of February by ASA Executive Director Tim Kroes. The two are pictured here at the Dave Spencer Ski Classic at Purgatory Resort.

Frolic and skiing for Adaptive Sports

Members of the Wild Ones, also known as the Abominable Snowmen, model their award-winning costumes at the Dave Spencer Classic benefitting the Durango Adaptive Sports Association at the end of February. Team members include Adaptive participants Kristin Ingle, Lucas Talbot, Luciano Trujillo and volunteers Mary Lasser and Ally Kaufmann.
Karen Esser, left, who has helped Durango Adaptive Sports Association raise hundreds of thousands of dollars over the past 19 years, was awarded the Dave Spencer Award at the end of February by ASA Executive Director Tim Kroes. The two are pictured here at the Dave Spencer Ski Classic at Purgatory Resort.
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