If you’ve ever been told that you cannot do something, but you refuse to give up on your dream, you have something in common with ski instructor and motivational speaker Chalky White. White is no stranger to Vermont skiers.
The two organizations have joined forces to raise money for sports and recreational programs for people with disabilities.
For the first time, Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, the largest nonprofit in Vermont to provide sports and recreational programming on a daily, year-round basis for people with disabilities, will participate in the nationally recognized charitable giving campaign, "#Giving Tuesday" on Dec. 2.
Vermont PBS’s venerable outdoor program, Outdoor Journal, will go live during the heart of deer season with a program celebrating another venerable Vermont institution: deer season.
Young stock car driver Jessey Mueller has officially been named the champion of the Northern Modified Challenge Series (NMCS).
The Mount St. Joseph Academy of Rutland women's soccer team completed another successful season.
It was a night for a big victory lap for the Middlebury Union High School Tiger varsity football team Nov. 8.
Castleton student athlete Kristy Pinkham of Brandon, was recently named to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Field Hockey All-Conference team.
The Middlebury Indoor Tennis facility has been donated to the ACAF, the Addison Community Athletics Foundatio, a supporting organization of the Vermont Community Foundation.
Neil Stratton scored a major upset on Sunday night at Devil’s Bowl Speedway to become the winner of the inaugural “King of the Clay” race for Big Block and Small Block Modified stock cars.
Devil’s Bowl Speedway has rescheduled its inaugural “King of the Clay” event to Sunday, Oct. 5 due to a predicted washout on the original Saturday date. The event – which begins at 4 p.m. on Sunday – is the second round of the three-race “Battle at the Bowl” dirt track series and features a 50-lap, $5,000-to-win race for Big Block and Small Block Modifieds, plus Sportsman Modifieds, Renegades, Mini Stocks, and the Enduro Series championship finale.
Addison County is fertile ground for the growing sport of horseshoes in Vermont.
Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. and the Vermont Lake Monsters raised over $1,700 this summer at historic Centennial Field to support the New York-Penn League team's Share the Experience Program.
The stock car racing community is abuzz with the highly anticipated three-race “Battle at the Bowl” series and the grand opening of a new one-third-mile dirt track at Vermont’s Devil’s Bowl Speedway. The “LawPower.com Slate Valley Showdown” event on Friday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. will kick off a new dual-track era for the Rutland County facility.
One creative dirt track stock car racing fan will leave his mark on the action at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, as the Vermont track announces the “You Name The Race!” contest for its Battle at the Bowl series finale.
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