Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation
Honored with the Prestigious 2012 Spirit of Hope Award!
WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Nov. 15, 2012) Six Americans who've dedicated considerable time to U.S. service members received the 2012 Spirit of Hope Award, Nov. 15.
Included among those six are Bill Dietrich, founder and executive director of the Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation and Carolyn Blashek, founder of Operation Gratitude.
The Spirit of Hope Award is named after entertainer Bob Hope, who served service members for decades though his work with the United Service Organizations.
"Bob Hope connected the civilian world to the uniformed world," said Surgeon General of the Army Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho, during the Nov. 15 award ceremony at the Pentagon. "Today we honor those who have done their best to walk in Bob Hope's shoes, in the finest tradition of American values. We are here to recognize their love and their service to our country." Read More.....
Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation, a nonprofit based at Whitetail Resort in Mercersburg
Pennsylvania, is one of the nation's newest adaptive sports programs for people with disabilities.
This rapidly growing program services wounded troops in the nearby Baltimore/Washington region, as
well as civilian athletes with a wide range of disabilities.
We offer skiing/snowboarding, kayaking, sailing and water skiing, and our foundation adds more activities every year.
Become a volunteer or sponsor!
Whether on the snow/water‚ or helping out at an event‚ Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation volunteers have the unique opportunity to assist and at the same time become a part of the Two Top family.
Contact: Bill Dietrich, Executive Director
10914 Claylick Rd. Mercersburg, PA 17236
Phone: (717) 507-7668 Winter Phone: 717-328-9400 ext. 3582