Robert Hurley, a part-time Waterville Valley, NH resident, will be competing in an Ironman triathlon in November in Tempe, Arizona. In addition to being an athlete, Hurley is also a tireless supporter of non-profit organizations, including Waterville Valley’s Adaptive Sports Program. Hurley will be raising funds through the Ironman Foundation on behalf of the Adaptive Sports Program. Robert has even managed to secure a matching donation of $3,000 from Bose. The Adaptive Sports Program now needs to raise $3,000 and Bose will match it.
This is a wonderful opportunity for the Adaptive Sports Program! Please help by making a contribution.
In Robert’s own words…
On Sunday, November 18th, I will compete in my first Ironman Triathlon in Tempe, Arizona. As part of my journey, I want to use this occasion to celebrate the gift of life, and to give back to the town of Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, a small community in the White Mountains that occupies a very special place in the hearts of me and my family. By drawing from our desire to enrich the lives of young people along with my passion for triathlons and skiing, I am teaming up with the Ironman Foundation and Team Bose to raise money for the Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports program. WVAS is dedicated to empowering individuals with disabilities through access and instruction in sports and recreation for life. The money you help me raise will be used to purchase specialized equipment required to safely introduce clients with special needs to the thrill of snowsports. To learn more about the WVAS mission, you can visit www.watervilleadaptive.com. I appreciate all your support.