The Boys & Girls Club of the North Country’s mission is to provide a fun, safe, positive place for all the children of the North Country. Monday – Friday 3 pm – 6 pm Grades 1 – 7 Bus Transportation provided from Lisbon and Littleton Schools. 2572 Route 302, Lisbon, NH 03585 Located Behind Evergreen Sports
Although the location changed, the mission has always remained the same. Copper Cannon remains unique in that it’s the only camp in New Hampshire to provide a completely free traditional summer camp experience to all children who deserve it. Summer of 2013 will represent the 50th anniversary of Copper Cannon Camp. Children wishing to come to Copper Cannon camp must meet certain basic eligibility requirements in order to be accepted. Click on this link to go to the Eligibility page and find out what the requirements are and whether you meet them! The mission of Copper Cannon Camp is to enrich the lives of under-served youth of New Hampshire by providing a quality, tuition-free camp experience. Learn more by clicking on the link to go to the Mission and Funding page.
The Mission of FSC is to impart the joys of skiing and the life-long lessons of healthy competition to the children of its broad and open membership. The club achieves its mission by providing thoughtful, caring and professional instruction in skiing and ski racing and by supporting and sponsoring all levels of NHARA and USSA Jr racing.
Consistent with his family values of one human being helping another, Olympic Gold Medalist and World Cup Champion Bode Miller and his family came together in 2005 to establish the Turtle Ridge Foundation. The Foundation seeks to a provide a philanthropic platform in the community, support youth & adaptive sports programs and to offer the opportunity for our disabled community and young people to participate in a variety of sports and recreational activities that would not be available to them without our help. Our Mission The Turtle Ridge Foundation is proud to be a non-profit organization supporting adaptive and youth sports programs. The adaptive and youth sports programs in our communities experience a variety of obstacles and often lack essential support, equipment and funding needed to succeed. While all of us make our way through life’s struggles, the disabled community and the children need the most encouragement and opportunity to explore their athletic capabilities. The Turtle Ridge Foundation is proud to offer grants, scholarships, general funding and our new exclusive TRF MonoSki to the adaptive and youth sports world.