880 E. 3375 S.
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The Utah Adaptive Recreation Network (UARN) is a new organization benefiting people with disabilities in the state of Utah. UARN was created to bring together local non-profit agencies that provide recreation and leisure services for people with disabilities.

Most non-profit agencies have limited resources for marketing and outreach efforts when promoting their programs to people who are in need of their services. Through partnerships and collaborations, the agencies within UARN hope to be able to reach more people with disabilities within our community.

Working together, we can help raise community awareness of the recreation services and resources our agencies offer in the Logan/ Salt Lake/ Moab regions of Utah. Through raising awareness we hope to reach more people with disabilities who have a need for our services.

The mission of UARN is:

To raise awareness of the recreation and leisure programs and resources available to people with disabilities and their families within their community

The agencies and organizations represented by UARN include: SPLORE, National Ability Center (NAC), Kostopulos Dream Foundation, Common Ground Outdoor Adventures, Salt Lake Parks and Recreation Adaptive Program and Project Gain.

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"Under Cottonwoods" by Stephen Grace
"I believe there's a core to the humanity that transcends ability and intelligence: whether we are able-bodied or disabled...we laugh the same way, we hurt the same way, we want the same things. I hope readers come away from "Under Cottonwoods" with a sense of this"

Author Stephen Grace is using his book promotion platform to help spread the word about SPLORE and other organizations devoted to providing outdoor recreation and adventure to people with disabilities. Click on the picture of the book for more information about this novel, a recent Book Sense 76 top fiction pick. Steve is donating a portion of the proceeds to SPLORE.

"In his first novel, Grace writes with a lyrical power, celebrating the healing power of the human spirit set free in the wilds."- The Los Angeles Times"

... as fine a story about a developing relationship as I've ever read..." - Johanna Love, The Jackson Hole News & Guide


www.disabledonline.com Dedicated to providing beneficial resources for the disabled community and their families and friends, including: news stories, message boards, disabled topics, links and chat rooms
www.adaptiveadventures.org a national leader in the areas of adaptive cycling, water-skiing, and winter sports. Primarily serve people with physical disabilities. Based in Evergreen, Colorado.