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Adapted Water Skiing
Date: 7/27/2011 Album ID: 1292898
Photos by Christian Murdock
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The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net.
Jodi Labosky, 32, helps hang life vests after taking her turn on skis Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. Labosky volunteers when she isn't on the water. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Melinda Jacobsen, 30, pulls herself up on her skis Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. Jacobsen started the program 14 years ago and rode in the raft. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Melinda Jacobsen crosses the wake while water skiing Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Melinda Jacobsen waves to the people on the shore while water skiing Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Peter Kraska, 24, front, rides with volunteer Jeff Ringling a high five as they ride the waves Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net.
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Peter Kraska, 24, front, gives volunteer Jeff Ringling a high five as they ride the waves Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net.
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Volunteer Mark Clauss helps Jodi Labosky with her skis Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Jodi Labosky steadies herself in the water with the help of volunteer Mark Clauss Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Volunteer Alma Grandpre helps Jodi Labosky take off Wednesday, July 27, 2011, from the middle of Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Jodi Labosky, 32, pulls herself up on her waterskis Wednesday, July 27, 2011, as part of the Adapted Water Skiing program at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The six-week program is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net.
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Volunteer Alma Grandpre cheers in the background as Jodi Labosky pulls herself up on her skis Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net. ( Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Volunteer Dan Ridderhoff gives Peter Kraska, 24, a ride on a watercraft after Kraska as part of the Adapted Water Skiing program Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The six-week program is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net.
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Amy Price cheers as her daughter, Ashley Price, rides a sit ski Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Volunteer Mark Clauss helps T.J. Ikehara, 36, take off from the shore Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. Ikehara circled the lake three times without crashing before he called it quits.  The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net.
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An rescue boat follows closely behind Jodi Labosky as she falls to make sure she is all right Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net.
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Ashley Price, 23, take off on a sit ski with the help of volunteers Deb Hemmann, left, and Mark Clauss Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Amy Price, middle in blue shirt, and other family and friends watch as her daughter, Ashley Price, rides the sit ski Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette)
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Amy Price hugs her daughter, Ashley Price, after she rode the sit ski Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. The Adapted Water Skiing is part of the city's Therapeutic Recreation Program and runs for six weeks during the summer. The city's park and recreation department funds about two-thirds of the cost of the program with donations paying for the rest. Any one interested in the program or donating may visit the website at www. trcp.net.
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