Clay Dawdy, Program Director for the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS) (right) and Bob Gilmour, Operations Director (left) present Paul Murphy, President – Calabogie Peaks the “Ski Resort of the Year” plaque awarded at the association’s annual general meeting at Sun Peaks, British Columbia.
The award recognizes Calabogie Peaks Resort long term commitment to enriching the lives of people with disabilities. This includes the building of new meeting and equipment room facilities, wheel chair ramps, and wheelchair accessible washrooms that were constructed this past season to support the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing’s Adaptive Snowsports programs.
Clay Dawdy also received the association’s “Karl Hilzinger” ward presented for his exceptional service at the division and national level for the past 30 years. And Gilmour was voted the “Outstanding Disabled Ski Instructor” by 170 of his peers at the United States “Winter Sports Clinic for Military Veterans” at Snowmass Colorado.
Visit our website to learn more about the Calabogie Adaptive Ski Program at Calabogie Peaks Resort.
Calabogie Peaks Adaptive Skiing Program 2013