A big thank you to all the members of the Knowlton Lion’s Club for their very kind and generous donation to the Adaptive Sports Foundation. The Knowlton Lion’s Club has supported our cause for a long time and allows us to continue to make a positive impact in the lives of hundreds of people with... Read More
So it continues to be a great season of skiing at Owl’s head. We are now in mid season and although mother nature has not been on our side, we have welcomed many skiers. This week has been quite good in terms of the right weather to allow for additional snow making, plus we saw... Read More
IMPORTANT Due to the significant amount of melted snow in recent days, we believe that the conditions of the trails might not be safe for our students and instructors. So please be advised that the ski session of February 6, 2016 is cancelled. Thank you for your understanding Safety, fun and learning!
The 5th Ski Camp for injured soldiers was a great success. The purpose of the activity was to help veterans develop new skills and promote rehabilitation through sports. A total of 36 volunteers and 11 veterans answered the call. Our volunteers are by far our greatest asset. Everyone took pride in helping out the veterans... Read More
BROME LAKE, December 18, 2015 – In collaboration with the Canadian Armed Forces program “Soldier On” and Owl’s Head, the Adaptive Sports Foundation (ASF) is pleased to offer its 5th annual Injured Soldiers Ski Camp. After a two year absence, the program will be offered again from January 17 to 19, 2016. Our ASF certified volunteers will make their... Read More
On Tuesday, October 27 2015 , Members of theColor Bike Ride 2015 organisation donated all profits from the Bike Ride to ASF.This fundraising event was organized by the Association of Veterans UN-NATO Ottawa Region and AMMC. They have donated a total amount of $ 1,600 to ASF. We want to thank them for their great support.... Read More