Adaptive Sports Seeks Volunteers For Summer Programs in North Country

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Kayaking on Moore Reservoir

Volunteers Needed for Summer Activities

FRANCONIA — Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country has a full list of activities on the calendar for summer 2018 including biking, hiking, kayaking, gardening, golf, and tennis and needs volunteers to make it happen.

The organization is sending out a call for volunteers to join in the fun and come explore the north country of New Hampshire with this group of outdoor enthusiasts. Adaptive Sports provides over 20 different sport, recreation, and wellness activities year-round and is committed to working with persons with any kind of disability.

Enjoying a bike ride on the Littleton Rail Trail

Volunteers help assure that Adaptive Sports life-enriching programs continue and in return, receive plenty of benefits too.  “Being a volunteer with ASPNC has turned out to be a wonderful fit for me. I feel that my life has been enriched by sharing my love of outdoor activities with participants and fellow volunteers,” explains a recent volunteer.

ASPNC summer seasonal activities run June through August. No previous experience is necessary. Anyone interested in volunteering can call 603-823-5232 or send an email to Learn more about ASPNC at
About Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country

Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country (ASPNC) is a community-based, not for profit organization with a mission to ensure the enrichment of the quality of life for people with disabilities. ASPNC accomplishes this through the provision of year-round opportunities for sport, recreation, and wellness through the Franconia area, North Country of New Hampshire, and Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. 

Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country’s office is located at 297 Main Street, Franconia, NH.  For more information please visit or call the ASPNC office at 603-823-5232.


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