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Learning how others live

Jan 13, 2017

From Seacoast Online, published January 5, 2017 EXETER – Kindergarten student Grace Dangora had a change of plans on her list for Santa after learning to use a wheelchair in physical education class. Grace went home and told her parents that she wanted five wheelchairs for Christmas, one for each of her two brothers, her parents and herself. “I really wanted wheelchairs for Christmas,” Grace said. Grace’s request came after […]

NEP Online Registration Instructions

Jan 5, 2017

CREATE YOUR ONLINE ACCOUNT HERE. To enhance our community and allow you to stay more connected with Northeast Passage, we now offer ONLINE REGISTRATION for all Sports & Recreation Events. Through this new system, you will be able to: Register for events. Complete your NEP Health Form and keep it up to date (required for Northeast Passage participation with required update every two years). View upcoming events you are registered for. […]

Virtual Yard Sale 2016

Dec 19, 2016

We’re are continuing to grow and its time for our annual equipment room clean out! The rules: All items are sold “as is” and must be picked up from our office in Durham, NH (Monday-Friday, 9-5pm). Our office will be closed Dec. 24 – Jan. 3 and we will not be accepting sale inquires or pick ups during this time. We will accept cash, check or credit card upon pick […]

A new door opens

Jun 13, 2016

From Seacoast Online, published June 9, 2016. STRATHAM — Lucas Currier has always been a sports kid. The eighth grader from Newfields grew up playing soccer and baseball, sticking with each sport even as Duchenne muscular dystrophy destroyed his muscles and made it more almost impossible. When he could no longer run, his teammates stepped in to run bases for him. When standing became too much, he became a coach […]

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Awards $25,000 Grant to NEP

Mar 28, 2016

Grant Will Help Support Programs for Veterans and Youth with Disabilities  DURHAM, NH — The Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Foundation today announced a $25,000 grant to Northeast Passage which will help provide year-long support for recreational therapy and adapted sports programming for our wounded veterans, as well as youth and adults with disabilities. The mission of Northeast Passage (NEP), a program of the University of New Hampshire, is to […]

Online Registration – This Summer!

Mar 23, 2016

Northeast Passage is beginning online registration for summer 2016 events! CREATE YOUR ONLINE ACCOUNT HERE. To enhance our community and allow you to stay more connected with Northeast Passage, beginning this summer, Northeast Passage will start to use ONLINE REGISTRATION for all Sports & Recreation Events. Through this new system, you will be able to: Register for events. Complete your NEP Health Form and keep it up to date (required […]

NEP Visits Woodman Park School

Dec 18, 2015

Photo Gallery of Northeast Passage’s Similarity Awareness program at a local school. See photos>> Read Full Story>>

Virtual Yard Sale 2015

Dec 16, 2015

We’re cleaning out our equipment room! This list will be updated as items are sold. All items are sold “as is” and must be picked up from our office in Durham, NH (Monday-Friday, 9-5pm). Our office will be closed Dec. 24 – Jan. 3 and we will not be accepting sale inquires or pick ups during this time. We will accept cash, check or credit card upon pick up. First […]

U.S. Paralympics recognizes Northeast Passage for excellence

Dec 8, 2015

Durham, N.H. ― U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United States Olympic Committee, today announced that Northeast Passage has been recognized as a Gold Level Club as a part of the Paralympic Sport Club Excellence Program, which also recognizes 57 other clubs across the country. Created in 2013, the excellence program is designed to support Paralympic Sport Clubs as they evolve their sport programming in areas such as athlete identification […]

Marine wounded in Afghanistan excels in Sled Hockey

Nov 10, 2015

From Seacoast Online, November 10, 2015 DURHAM — Craig Brady doesn’t dwell on the day in January 2010 when, as a U.S. Marine on patrol in Afghanistan, he lost his lower right leg from an improvised explosion device (IED) blast. Read full story>>