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Anything is Possible

How the Whistler Adaptive Sports Program turned a life around proving it is about far more than just sports



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Walker's dream would be to have a Centre of Excellence right here in Whistler. "We live in an amazing community, filled with so many highly skilled professionals," she says.

"If I could capture their skills, the sky would be the limit as to what we could achieve with this project."

You can of course get involved and here's how:

The Whistler Adaptive Sports Program needs more funding and volunteers to assist with all their programs. Get in touch with them today to see what you can do: 604.905.4493, or for more information visit their website: www.whistleradaptive.com

If you are a person with a developmental disability who is 18 to 30 years old and interested in increasing your job skills and experiences, you can apply to take part in the Mentorship Employment Program by contacting Sea to Sky Community Service's Manager of Community Living. If you are a local business owner or manager looking to invest in a young, excited, dedicated workforce, and are willing to host a supported work placement for 8-10 weeks please contact the Manager of Community Living to see how you can take part.

The Sea to Sky Community Service's Manager of Community Living can be contacted at 604-892-5796.

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