PARK CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) – A huge celebration Saturday night in Park City and a milestone for the National Ability Center.
One of the big events was that they cut the ribbon on the expansion of their world class adaptive high ropes challenge course.
Anyone from those in a wheelchair to able body’s people can take the challenge.
The other big event was, a barn party.
Gail Barille, of the National Ability Center, told Good4Utah “Our mission is to empower people of all abilities to support recreation and education programs. And that’s who’s here today People of all abilities are here celebrating. We’ve got a big equestrian program so why not open up the barn and throw a party and that’s what we’re doing.”
Good 4 Utah’s Kim Fisher was there to support the cause. She emceed the event along with comedian Bill Engvall.