2nd Annual Buffalo Moe Dixon Concert Recipient
The Lounsbury Adaptive Ski Programs (LASP) for Physically and Mentally Challenged Individuals was founded in 1988 in memory of Bill Lounsbury, a long time volunteer member of the Holiday Valley Ski Patrol, who lost his leg, and, ultimately, his life to cancer.
The organization offers lessons to persons afflicted with over a dozen maladies including spinal chord injuries, amputation, MS, Downs Syndrome and visual impairment. Last year LASP initiated a special program for returning, disabled veterans for the Iraq War as well as Afghanistan, the Gulf War, Vietnam and even Korea.
Betterment raised $2,000 at the Moe Dixon Concert to go toward the purchase of two snow sliders.