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Adaptive Adventures, serving children and adolescents with disabilities in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin, received $1,000 for programs held weekly at Wilmot Mountain in Wisconsin.
The Bellaire Youth Initiative (BYI), a non-profit organization offering after school opportunities, in Bellaire, Mi, received a $1,000 grant that allowedBellaire Middle School students to enjoy a snowy day on the slopes of Schuss Mountain.
Boardslide Mission received a $1,000 grant for Boardslide’s Inaugural Winter Camp for All at The Rock Snowpark in Milwaukee, WI.
Hamtramck High School received a $1,000 grant to support a trip for students from Metro Detroit to a destination snowsports resort, Crystal Mountain.
The Loppet Foundation received a $1,000 grant to purchase equipment for its Minne-Loppet program, offered free to 1,000 fourth and fifth graders attending 10 schools in the North Minneapolis area.
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Crystal Community Ski Club, of Thompsonville MI, received a $2,000 grant, which funded three programs involving more than 100 young people.
Leland Gliders Nordic Club in Leland, MI received a $1,000 grant to purchase five junior cross country ski equipment packages.
Midwest Adaptive Sports, of Weston, MO, received a $700 grant for its winter sports programs.
Sagawau Environmental Learning Center in Lemont, IL, part of the Cook County Forest Preserve District, received a $500 grant for a day of Nordic skiing.
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