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  • Veterans take to Sierra slopes to develop beyond restraints of their disabilities

    Achieve Tahoe, which at Alpine Meadows ski resort offers adaptive sports and recreation for people with disabilities, hosts a weeklong program for U.S. military veterans to help them gain self-confidence, mobility, and greater independence.

Veterans take to Sierra slopes to develop beyond restraints of their disabilities

Achieve Tahoe, which at Alpine Meadows ski resort offers adaptive sports and recreation for people with disabilities, hosts a weeklong program for U.S. military veterans to help them gain self-confidence, mobility, and greater independence.
Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee