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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

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