On Saturday, January 25, 2020 the Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire will be hosting its Vertical Challenge Winter Event at Bretton Woods Ski Resort. There are two fun ways to participate, ski and find the letters to solve the anagram or snowshoe and receive a poker hand. Today, Gino was joined in studio by some representatives from North Country Independent Living, House Coordinator Dave Albert and member Patrick Burrows. Dave and Patrick told us all about the Vertical Challenge, NCIL, and more!

Click below to listen to the interview and get all the details!

 

Registration for The Vertical Challenge is $125 per person. You can participate as an individual or as a team of 2 – 4. Included with your registration, is an all day lift ticket/trail pass, shirt, lunch and one beverage ticket. Prizes will be awarded to Individuals and Teams; raising the most money, having their name drawn from all who correctly solved the anagram, or for having the best poker hand.

For more information on participating or sponsoring, please contact Lori Sandefur at lori@bianh.org or 603-568-8817

To register – go to: https://bianh.salsalabs.org/vc2020

Proceeds from this event will help us to support our NH Brain Injured Veterans.

To learn more about North Country Independent Living go to NCILNH.COM

Enjoy some pictures of Patrick enjoying his birthday cake and working out!

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