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Rochester Arena works with Northeast Passage to host Adaptive Skate

Recently, students from the Goal Oriented Student Transitions (GOST) and Learning Independence Through Education (LITE) programs enjoyed a day on the ice at the Rochester Arena.

Northeast Passage provided ice sleds and adaptive hockey gear, which were used with assistance from hockey players from Spaulding High School and members of the Student Athletic Leadership Team. More than 30 participants attended to skate, play hockey, and meet new people in their community.

To learn more about adaptive skating and Northeast Passage, visit www.nepassage.org.

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