Eat Out and benefit Teton Adaptive Sports!

 Fine Dining  Logo sm Again this off season The Fine Dining Group will support local non profits
from April 7 thru June 7. Each week features a different non profit through their “Buy 1 dinner entree, get the 2nd for $2″ program. 100% of the $2 goes directly to the non profits. Teton Adaptive Sports is the featured non profit for this 1st week, Monday April 7 thru Sunday April 13. This is a great deal for locals and a benefit as well.   Participating restaurants are:
The Roadhouse
The Kitchen
Rendezvous Bistro
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Please consider eating out this week and supporting Teton Adaptive Sports! 

5th Annual Grand Targhee/ TAS Benefit Fun Race

2014 Michael Gil HeatherA beautiful day, good people, fun costumes, and generous donors all combined to make the 5th Annual Targhee/ TAS Benefit Fun Race a success. Individuals and teams recruited sponsors that pledge support, as well as many generous folks contributing directly to the cause. All proceeds from this event go to the TAS Winter Sports Scholarship Fund- this year just under $6000 was collected! Thanks to all who helped organize this event, as well as prize donors and participants. A special thanks to Grand Targhee Resort!Michael Meleah

Wyoming Adaptive Ski Experience

Michael feet firstThanks to the ongoing partnership of Teton Adaptive Sports, Adaptive Adventures, Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole Mountain Resorts, the 2014 Wyoming Adaptive Ski Experience again exceeded expectations. Mother nature appears to be a supporter. The 1st 4 days at Targhee were good skiing, with tough visibility, followed by 4 exceptional days at JH. There were 12 participants at each camp, 6 being Wounded Warriors. Thanks to resort staff, coaches, volunteers and guests for helping provide another great “Experience”.Odie powderSteve annemometer

7th Annual TAS Fundraiser/Raffle Party

Nikki and Jason Demo DayTeton Adaptive Sports will hold its annual Fundraiser/Raffle Party Friday night Feb 7 at the Town Square Tavern in downtown Jackson. Great Prizes include Custom Igneous Skis or Snowboard, 10 Day Pass at Jackson Hole, Season Pass at Grand Targhee, Line Skis from Hoback Sports, a Day with JHMSS Alpine Guides, and more. Great music by Uncle Stackhouse followed by Black Mother Jones. New TGR movie “Way of life” kicks things off at 7:30pm. Kids welcome until 10PM. All proceeds go to TAS Winter Sports Scholarship Fund. Tickets available ahead of time- call Kurt 307-699-3554. DO NOT NEED to be PRESENT TO WIN!

Follow Jeremy McGhee as he prepares to be the first paraplegic to climb and descend a major backcountry ski route on his own power (Bloody Couloir, near Mammoth Mountain, CA). This teaser focuses on the training involved to accomplish such a feat. “Bloody Couloir” is the first in a series of Drop In episodes that are sure to inspire. Get motivated. Do what you love.

Game on. Weather is looking good for D-Day: Sunday, May 27th. Have your fingers crossed for Jeremy, as he tackles Bloody Couloir. Drop IN. Do What You Love.

Welcome Jeremy Mcghee!


Meet Jeremy Mcghee. Jeremy has a passion for life that is contagious. As a paraplegic, he became tired of being left behind when his friends went off on adventures in the mountains. He became obsessed with climbing and skiing the Bloody Couloir, located in the High Sierras outside Mammoth Lakes, CA. Jeremy documented his experience in the film” Drop In Bloody Couloir”. He is currently traveling through mountain communities premiering his film and partnering with local adaptive sports organizations to increase awareness of adaptive possibilities and help raise funds for adaptive projects. His message is simple- “Do What You Love!”.Jeremy will be in Jackson,WY screening his film on Tuesday, January 28, 7:00pm at the Pink Garter Theater. The showing is free, with a suggested donation of $10. Proceeds will benefit the Drop In Project and Teton Adaptive Sports. Please plan on attending and support a man with great spirit and a great story!postcard_Jackson_140110 climbing