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Mar 30, 2013
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Training will be held April 27th.

There are two different rock climbing program days. Colorado Center for the Blind will have climbing sessions 5/7, 5/14, 5/31, 6/7, 6/14, 7/12, and every Friday in September.

A second group of participants with a range of disabilities will have climbing sessions every Saturday in May and September.
NSCD Rhiannon
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Bump for a good cause :-) Abram Herman
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I volunteered with NSCD for a few years in the climbing and sit-skiing programs. I'd recommend it to anyone interested. rangerdrew
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Can you elaborate a little more on what's involved here? Thanks. Sean Brady
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Apr 3, 2013
Hi Sean,

Thank you for your interest! Volunteers will teach participants the basic skills of rock climbing and assist staff members with safety procedures as well as equipment. Training will be held April 27th. There are two different rock climbing program days. Colorado Center for the Blind will have climbing sessions 5/17, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7, 6/14, 7/12, and every Friday in September. A second group of participants with a range of disabilities will have climbing sessions every Saturday in May and September.

If you would like more details please email Krista at kdominguez@nscd.org

Thanks!
NSCD Rhiannon
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