A wide shot of the Andes Mountains with a snow covered Mt. Ausangate in the center. The 2020 team of eleven are hiking in the foreground on a beautiful day.

Tag: Outreach

14 Sep
2013
Heroic Hearts: Choosing positive steps from the deepest grief

By Randy Pierce Any one moment in our lives may hold the opportunity to make a world of difference for us or the people we encounter

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07 Sep
2013
The evolution of Peak Potential and what sponsorships mean to us

Heading into our Fourth Annual Peak Potential Dinner & Charity Auction, we are very excited to have three of our top sponsorship slots

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31 Aug
2013
“Four More Feet”: now accessible to the blind as free audio download

By Randy Pierce In the wake of completing our 48 peaks during the summer hiking seasons, this week we have an exciting announcements

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17 Aug
2013
Worthy of a Community Celebration – Closing the Quest!

By Randy Pierce During rare moments, we may make a decision which will play a significant role in transforming our lives On even rarer

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10 Aug
2013
What is Ability Awareness?

By Randy Pierce I am absolutely not intimidated by the term “disability” I have a disability--several actually--though the primary

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20 Jul
2013
Inspirational Guest Feature: “Expedition Outreach”

By Randy Pierce Scrambling down an incredibly steep, icy, and challenging section of the Falling Waters trail in May 2013, I paused to

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13 Jul
2013
“Tip Tuesday”: Improve your interactions with the visually impaired

By Randy Pierce The New Hampshire Association for the Blind provides a useful feature called “Tip Tuesday” on their Facebook page

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29 Jun
2013
Summer break for students–But our educational outreach is still going strong!

By Randy Pierce For the first time ever, we already have had three schools reserve us for presentations for the fall school year even as

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15 Jun
2013
The essence of our mission as we strive for our “Peak Potential”

By Randy Pierce As we officially begin our fourth year of charitable service, I am tremendously proud of the support and achievement

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25 May
2013
Guest blog: “I suppose it all started with kindness to strangers….”

My name is Ed Spaulding To date, I have rescued one adult, and two children from drowning; saved one child’s life with the Heimlich

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18 May
2013
Guest Blog: A Picture Tour of Randy’s Presentations

By Kathy Dunn For many of us we read about Randy’s speaking engagements and the interactions he has with the children in our

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20 Apr
2013
Join Our Biggest Community Event – Plus a Special Opportunity

By Randy Pierce We have some exciting news and I hope it will entice you to be part of one or both of our biggest annual events On

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13 Apr
2013
Happy Patriots Day, Plus Some Quinn Love!

By Randy Pierce Much of New England celebrates Patriots day on April 15, 2013 with Boston in particular hosting their famous marathon We

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23 Mar
2013
2020 Vision Quest Becomes 20,000 Vision Quest?

By Randy Pierce “Whether you think you can or think you cannot, you are probably right” – Henry Ford We recently had a barrage of

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16 Mar
2013
“Doing the very best you can”: Doctors Without Borders

By Beth Foote I'm covering the blog this week as Randy recovers from his recent whirlwind of school presentations Randy will be back next

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02 Feb
2013
A Major Boost to our Educational and Community Outreach – The Fairway Way!

By Randy Pierce As founder of 2020 Vision Quest, I believe our greatest achievements are the messages we share with students During a

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26 Jan
2013
Sometimes you have to say no! But…

By Randy Pierce Recently I was invited to join Team Vision as a non-qualified blind runner of the Boston Marathon in April of this year

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22 Dec
2012
Happy Holidays from 2020 Vision Quest!

By Randy Pierce Christmas, the Winter Solstice, and possibly the Mayan End of the World (which is still yet to come as I write this) all

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15 Dec
2012
Thank you to our 2020 Vision Quest staff!

By Randy Pierce “Volunteers are not paid; not because they are worthless but because they are priceless!” Immersed in the holiday

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01 Dec
2012
When Opportunity Knocks…

By Randy Pierce “While the optimist and pessimist argue about the fullness of the glass, the opportunist enjoys a refreshing drink!” In

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