What is BARS?
Enhancing the
quality of life,
improving
self-esteem, and
promoting health and
fitness of individuals  
with disabilities
through the provision
of accessible and  
affordable recreation
and sports programs
Baltimore Adapted Recreation and Sports (BARS)
is a community based, non-profit organization
dedicated to providing year round recreational
opportunities to both children and adults with
disabilities.
Come out and...
jump a wake,
    hit the rapids,
         ride the trails,    
    ski down a slope,
climb a "mountain"
relax around the campfire,
explore the outdoor
s.....
Baltimore Adapted Recreation and Sports

Save the Date
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BARS goes to
University of MD
Rehab Institute
Sports Day


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September 6th
2014


Cycling dates are on the
calendar


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Important
Please Read

BARS
Has a new phone #
478-BARS FUN
(227-7386)

and

If you have filled out a
membership for online
recently and not receive
confirmation from Pam
please call the above #
or email
pam4bars@aol.com
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If I can do this, I can do anything!
Current  
Newsletter
Mid-Atlantic
SKI MASH
2014
A successful event!
See the Pics
Thank you to our
sponsors, volunteers
and
Pam
You too Sara Kate
Thank you BP
Carroll Independent Fuel
Carroll was lucky enough to meet the good
folks from Baltimore Adaptive Sports and
Recreation (BARS) in 2012.  With our BP
program, Fueling Communities, we were able
to donate $7,500.00 to the local Paralympic
sports club.  Pamela Lehnert, the principle at
BARS, insisted we attend their annual Ski
Mash this year to see some of the great things
they do with the donations.  It was amazing
and inspiring to see the human spirit at its
best.  All of the athletes had different stories
but shared a commonality of “never giving up”
and “living life to the fullest.”  This spirit was
never more appearent when you could see
empty wheelchairs piled up at the foot of the
mountain and just knowing that their owners
were on the slopes enjoying life.  We hope to
continue our newly formed relationship with
BARS and look forward to spending much
more time with these good people.