Retired Marine Corps Sergeant Josh Sweeney became a bilateral amputee after stepping on an improvised explosive device (IED) while serving in Nowzad, Afghanistan in October 2009. For his sacrifice in combat, Sweeney received a Purple Heart. An able-bodied hockey...
From the Jamestown Sun Everyone in the community is invited to the "9-11 Freedom Walk" observance at 1:30 p.m. Sunday. The observance will start from Zonta Park and end at the All Vets Club with free coffee and bars. This year's...
Rachael demonstrates the high-performance, all-terrain adaptive track chair. Provided by the generous support of veterans’ groups, this incredible piece of equipment is off-road capable and can hydraulically move to a vertical position, allowing wounded warriors to navigate the trails...
Senator John Hoeven pays a visit to Annie's House, our adaptive recreational program in Bottineau.
Annie’s House at Bottineau Winter Park is a year round adaptive recreational facility, located in North Dakota’s scenic Turtle Mountains. Built to honor Ann Nicole Nelson, a Stanley, ND native who perished in the 9/11 attacks, this facility is an inclusive place for family and friends to enjoy all Bottineau has to offer. Since 2013, Anne Carlsen Center and Bottineau Winter Park have been working together to nurture abilities and change lives, through outdoor adventure!