Dede McDonald Needs Our Help!

Dede has dedicated her life to others. Now is the time for others to help her.
Dede Mcdonald has given more help to more families than anyone we know. As a physical therapist working primarily with children with developmental disabilities for over 30 years, she went above and beyond, touching people’s lives in very special ways each and every day. In July, Dede was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer. She needs our help. Please go to FIGHT WITH DEDE for more info and to contribute to Dede’s fight. She is truly one amazing and exceptional human being.  
Thanks, Kurt, Ryan, and everyone at Teton Adaptive Sports
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Teton Village Fun Day was a blast!! We had a great group who bounced into the atmosphere on the bungee tramps, climbed to the clouds on the rock climbing wall, and rode into the sunset up the tram!! Great time had by all!!tv fun day

Group Bike Ride and BBQ with Friends of Pathway!!! GTNP Sun. Aug. 3rd!!

Hi All, on Sunday, August 3rd, Friends of Pathways will host an event in Grand Teton National Park(please see attached flier) to celebrate diversity, accessibility, and safety on the Pathways. There will be a short bike ride, wheel, walk from Windy Point(1st pull out on right after top of hill upon entering the park at Moose) at 1 pm and then a FREE Celebration BBQ at Dornan’s from 2 to 4 pm or until the food runs out.
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You can attend either or both- the ride from Windy Point will require GTNP admission.

TAS would like to support this event by having a visible presence of adaptive riders- many of the general public still have no idea of what people with disabilities have and continue to accomplish. We think this is an excellent opportunity for public awareness and education. Please RSVP Ryan- if you can attend- we can help with transport of bikes. 

Thanks  Kurt, Ryan, and Cherene

Everyone Loves a Parade!

group on raft floatTeton Adaptive Sports again participated in the Jackson Hole annual 4th of July Parade with more support than ever. The raft float was full and many rode their bikes behind the float for the entire route. Thanks for all who turned out to help put TAS in the forefront!Micah waving