IM ABLE recently hosted a “Get Up and Climb” day at Spooky Nook Sports, in Lancaster, PA. Partnering with ABOVE LIMITS, IM ABLE was able to transform the Nooks famed climbing wall into an adaptive wall so that individuals with a broad range of disabilities could come out and climb. This was such an exciting … Continue reading GET UP and CLIMB!–Spooky Nook Sports
The IM ABLE Foundation hosted a Sled Hockey Demo Day at the Reading Royals’ Santander Arena on Saturday, December 27th. The goal of this event was to invite individuals with disabilities who had never had the opportunity to try out Sled Hockey, the chance to test out this exciting sport. With the help of the … Continue reading Reading Royals–Sled Hockey Demo Day
With the Philadelphia Marathon only two days away there is at least one competitor, who is facing the event with a new drive and a more positive spirit. His name is Russell Selkirk and he’s a two-time competitor, having also participated in the Marathon last year, but not with the same intensity he’s planning … Continue reading IM ABLE Hand Cyclist Russell Selkirk Takes on the Philadelphia Marathon
This bike ride is more than just an outdoor activity. For Patrick Sweeney, it’s freedom. “Makes you feel like you’re whole again. Makes you feel like you’re back at it. Like you’re a normal person. You don’t have limitations, the sky’s the limit.” Sweeney is one of 20 cyclists who particiated in “Get Up and … Continue reading Riding through challenges in Lancaster County
This September at the IM ABLE Duathlon and 5K, the foundation presented five worthy individuals with grants for adaptive cycling equipment. This presentation was the most grants IM ABLE has ever give out at one time! We want to thank all of our supporters for … Continue reading Biggest Grant Giveaway at One Time!
After a devastating car accident, running helps a young Leesport woman get her life back on track By Courtney H. Diener-Stokes – Reading Eagle correspondent Seven years ago, Kelly Garrity-Haldeman’s life was changed in an instant. She was on her way to visit her brother at East Stroudsburg University. “I was driving back down Route 33, which … Continue reading Kelly Garrity-Halderman To Run NYC Marathon