Rocky Mountain Highs

Ballou, Jenny Tankersley
June 2008
PN;Jun2008, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p28
Trade Publication
The article offers information on winter sports clinics being conducted for the permanently disabled Army veterans in the U.S. It states that for injured soldiers like Shane Parsons and Aubrey Youngs, who both lost their legs in active duty, the clinic was an experience which put back the faith of being able to pursue other activities in life in a normal manner. Various sports at the camp included ice sledding, sled hockey and rock climbing.


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