TAS Après Soirée
The Tenth Annual TAS Après Soirée Fundraiser is Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020 from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Hotel Terra Ballroom. This family-friendly event will have music, great food, cash bar, raffle, and a silent auction. For this, the 15th year TAS has been supporting Adaptive Skiing in Jackson Hole the theme will be VINTAGE SKI FASHION! Wear a vintage ski outfit to enter the best look contest!
Admission to the event is $30 in advance and $35 at the door and it comes with one (1) raffle ticket and ample apres food. Kids six (6) and under are free. All proceeds benefit scholarships for people with disabilities who want to take part in the adaptive ski program at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Grand Targhee Resort and other program costs.
This community event is a fun way to raise funds to purchase new adaptive ski equipment, pay for ski instructor adaptive training, scholarship the cost of lessons for Jackson’s adaptive skiers and pay for the free-to-skiers programs TAS offers to Special Education at Teton County Schools.
Raffle tickets are 1 for $10 • 4 for $30 • 15 for $100 and you NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN!
RAFFLE ITEMS: Custom Igneous skis or snowboard; 10 day JHMR ski pass; One-day ByPass JHMR vouchers; Ski Helmet; Goggles; Backpack ; Dave Hansen Whitewater Trips for 2; 60 Minute Clinical Massage with Jenny Karns at Medicine Wheel Wellness; Gift Certificates to Blue Spruce Cleaners; Ski tunes at Skinny Skis; Coleman Sundown tent; E. Leavan Gift Certificate; TGR goodie bag and more!
2020 Auction Donors
Calico Restaurant and Bar
Wilson Backcountry Sports
Hatch Taqueria & Tequillas
Blue Spruce Cleaners
Teton Gravity Research
Big Hollow Designs
Ainslie Mintz Yoga
Kelly René Hair
Western Range Clothing
The Pilates Place
Amy Schlinger Photography
Pearl Street Bagels
Medicine Wheel Wellness
Dave Hansen Whitewater
Core Changes with Carey
High Country Linen
Last year the funds raised at the Soiree made these numbers possible:
Number of TAS scholarships awarded for adaptive lessons in the 2017/18 season out of 725 total at JHMR.
Number of Teton Kids program participants skiing weekly from Teton County School District in the 2017/18 season.
Steep & Deep
Ten is the number of advanced skiers who came from all over the US to participate in two adaptive Steep & Deep camps.
17 is the number of Professional Snowsports Instructors (PSIA) AdaptiveCertifications for ski instructors at JHMR.
$12,000 is the cost of two new sit skis donated by TAS to JHMR’s Adaptive Skiing program.