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Montrose Olathe Adaptive Sports & ‘The Movement’

March 13, 2014

Montrose Olathe Adaptive Sports Program will host a benefit screening of Make A Hero’s award-winning winter adaptive sports film ‘The Movement’ at 2 Rascals Brewing Co. 147 North 1st Street, Montrose, CO 81401 on Thursday, March 27th, 2014. Doors open at 4 pm, chili dinner (vegetarian as well) plus corn bread & salad at 5 pm, screenings 6&7 pm. A door prize drawing will be offered! Tickets are available at the door in exchange for a $12 donation. For more info contact: Jill Mort – jill [dot] mort [at] mcsd [dot] org – or (970) 240-6479. 

Please join MOASP — and sponsors 2 Rascals Brewing Co., Telluride Adaptive Sports, Crested Butte Adaptive Sports, Ouray Hot Spring PoolMontrose Therapeutic Riding CenterRocky Mountain Vinyl, Chow Down Pet Supplies, The Watch Newspaper, Chuck’s Glass, Taylor Kiser, Suzanne & Brian Crosby — for an inspiring benefit screening of ‘The Movement’. For more information, contact Jill Mort – jill [dot] mort [at] mcsd [dot] org or (970) 240-6479 and visit: https://www.facebook.com/MontroseOlatheAdaptiveSportsProgram 

 

 

 

“MOASP was created to help level the playing field so that all students can experience recreational activities without facing an undue financial burden.

Western Colorado offers nationally acclaimed venues for recreational activities for the children who have the privilege to grow up here. Skiing and snowboarding is an annual tradition, and an important part of the culture of the Western Slope. For children living with a moderate to severe disability, this recreational experience is often unavailable, simply due to the high cost associated with the necessary accommodations to make it safe and enjoyable. As a result, these children are forced to sit on the sidelines and only learn of this Colorado tradition through stories from their classmates, friends, and family. Fortunately for children living with disabilities enrolled in the Montrose County School District, the Montrose Olathe Adapted Sports Program (MOASP) was created to help level the playing field so that all students can experience and choose to participate in recreational activities without facing an undue financial burden.”

 


Please support Montrose Olathe Adaptive Sports Program by visiting their Facebook page  and learning more about their upcoming Host A Benefit Screening!


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