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NHPR: Giving Matters

Sep 24, 2011

From: NH Public Radio, Giving Matters 16-year-old Victoria Arlen uses a wheelchair to get around. But before a neurological disorder left her partially paralyzed five years ago, sports were a big part of her life. Then she heard about a sled hockey team organized by Northeast Passage, an organization that specializes in therapeutic recreation and adaptive sports for cheap real jordans. Read More & Listen>>

NH Chronicle: Three Notch Challenge

Sep 20, 2011

Original Air Date: Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011 Do you think you could bicycle a hundred miles through the White Mountains? Now imagine doing it without the use of your arms or legs. Those are some of the real challenges faced by many of the cyclists who participate in the annual Three Notch Century Challenge to benefit Northeast Passage. The ride spanned three days and was filled with pain, exhaustion, and […]

For Northeast Passage Cyclists, No Hill Is Too High

Sep 12, 2011

From: UNH Today, Published September 12, 2011 Three Notch Century raises money, awareness Even if you’re struggling to ride a bicycle over one of the highest mountain passes in New Hampshire, it’s impossible to moan and groan about it when an athlete like Marlon Shepard passes you smiling, offering encouragement—and making it all look so easy. Shepard, who lost the use of his legs in a fall, uses a hand-cranked […]