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Tahoe Donner hosts Ski for Light for visually and mobility impaired

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Courtesy Tahoe DonnerA Ski for Light participant glows with exuberance during a lesson at Tahoe Donner.
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TRUCKEE, Calif. – On Saturday, Feb. 9, Tahoe Donner Cross Country hosted a wonderful day of skiing, snowshoeing and learning on the trails for both visually and mobility impaired skiers and their volunteer guides. Ski for Light, Inc. (SFL) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization founded in 1975, modeled on a similar program in Beitostolen, Norway. The mission of SFL is to enhance the quality of life and independence of visually or mobility impaired adults through a program of cross-country skiing.


 

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