On Feb. 9, I will again be part of a group of skiers and snowboarders who will descend 100,000 vertical feet in one day, or 107 runs at Whitetail Resort in Mercersburg, PA. Our 12-plus-hour adventure aims to raise funds for and awareness of Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation, which provides ski and snowboard lessons to disabled athletes—the majority of whom are wounded warriors from the Baltimore-Washington area.
This year, I will be participating in the event as part of a team with three fellow ski patrollers, all of whom share my passion for Two Top and its mission. Together, we aim to raise $1,500 to help fund much-needed equipment purchases, and to help Two Top meet its goal of providing lessons for free to all participants. I so appreciate any support you can offer!
HOW TO DONATE:
You can support me by visiting my team page (https://www.twotop100k.org/riders/view/8/team-dyd). Donations can also be made via check to: Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation, Inc., 10914 Claylick Rd. Mercersburg, PA 17236.
Want to learn more about the 100K Vertical Challenge? Check out WUSA 9′s coverage of last year’s event—and watch for a cameo of yours truly.