UVS at the 22nd NE Winter Sports Clinic for Disabled Veterans

United Veterans Services participated in the 22nd New England Winter Sports Clinic for Disabled Veterans. Here are a few photos taken by Ralph Marche, UVS volunteer at White River Junction, Vermont.

Navy veteran Kenny and his father are able to be back on slopes together with lessons provided by volunteer Ralph Marche. UVS donations to adaptive sports makes these activities possible.

Navy veteran Kenny and his father are able to be back on slopes together with lessons provided by volunteer Ralph Marche. UVS donations to adaptive sports makes these activities possible.

Giving freedom back to Army Veteran John through snowboarding. John has an above knee left leg amputation and utilizes a knee with air pressure shock absorbers. Advances in prosthetic devices has increased the activity levels of our recently injured veterans.

Giving freedom back to Army Veteran John through snowboarding. John has an above knee left leg amputation and utilizes a knee with air pressure shock absorbers. Advances in prosthetic devices has increased the activity levels of our recently injured veterans.


Thank you to Ralph and all the other volunteers and organizations involved in the NE Winter Sports Clinic for Disabled Veterans. Adaptive sports restore connections to community, nature and heathy lifestyles.