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Recreation: Sports: Kayaking


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Illinois

Kayak Chicago offers group and private kayak lessons, kayak tours and trips and adventure races to people of all abilities. They also participate in the Moving Mountains program, which offers weekend adventures for people with disabilities including wheelchair climbing, hand biking and adaptive kayaking. For more information, visit their website, e-mail dave@kayakchicago.com or call (630) 336-7245.


West Virginia

Adventure Pursuit is a non-profit organization that is a group of volunteers who enjoy working with diverse groups of individuals. They organize adventure sports, like kayaking. Some of their programs include Junior Olympic Canoe and Kayak team, Special Olympic Kayaking team, programs for mentally challenged individuals, programs for physically challenged individuals, programs for at-risk youth and a recreational program for anyone interested in kayaking.


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