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Event Location: Idaho

Q1 Community Engagement at Williams Fruit Ranch

Why: To celebrate the blindness community in Southwest Idaho by hosting an appreciation event to honor all athletes and volunteers involved in regularly scheduled programming. Who: Open to all athletes

Capstone Paddle Sports at Blue Heart Springs

Why: To provide a culminating, touring paddling opportunity for adult athletes who have participated in the 2024 season of paddling events. Who: Open to adult athletes who are blind or

Track and Field at IESDB

Why: To give BVI youth who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to be introduced to and/or practice track and field skills. Who: Open to BVI youth who are

Adapted Lawn Games at Julius M. Kleiner Park

Why: To give individuals who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to participate in various adapted lawn games to include: beep kickball/baseball, bocce, auditory rifle, etc. Who: Open to

Advanced Hike at Jump Creek Falls

Why: To give individuals who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to be introduced to and/or practice adaptive hiking skills at an advanced and technical level. Who: Open to

Paddle Sports at Lake Lowell

Why: To give individuals who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to be introduced to and/or practice paddle sports skills on both stand up paddle boards and kayaks. Who:

Intermediate Hike at Polecat Short Loop

Why: To give individuals who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to be introduced to and/or practice adaptive hiking skills at an intermediate level. Who: Open to adult athletes

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