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Changing it Up

FOR 2021


Normally, this time of year we are gearing up for another event, however, after much discussion and consideration, as well as consulting with our charities, we have decided to cancel the 2021 Eskimo Escapades event.

It was certainly a hard decision and one where we considered a few different options up to and including having it at a different location. With the uptick in cases, current county requirements, and then the optics and potential negative risk/legal consequences it could have, it just didn’t make sense.

But We Still Need Your Help!

Although we are canceling the actual event, we want to make every effort possible to raise money for our three worthy charities. Therefore we will still be contacting our past sponsors, having Facebook fundraisers, and accepting any donations you are willing to make!

The donations will benefit Patricia Neal IRC, Dream Connection and Kids Amputee Camp. The money will go to help disabled children and adults enjoy many activities such as water skiing, snow skiing, archery, shooting events, and much more. We hope everyone stays safe and healthy and has a great 2021. We look forward to seeing all of you on the icy steps of volunteer landing in 2022!



Waterskiing, snow skiing, archery and so many other activities wouldn’t be possible without your donations and support. Every contribution directly benefits Patricia Neal IRC, the Dream Connection and the Kids Amputee Camp. Check out the video to see how far even a small donation goes.


Benefiting Three Great Causes


Adventure Amputee Camp

The mission of the Adventure Amputee Camp is to encourage children with amputations or limb differences to stretch their potential and imagination, and explore all that is possible. Depending on the season, camp activities may include river rafting, high ropes, water skiing or snow skiing and snow boarding.


We are a non-profit organization dedicated to fulfilling the special dreams of children ages 3-18 who are faced with life threatening or chronically debilitating illnesses in the East Tennessee area. A “dream come true” to a child can give back, in some small way, that which disease and illness have taken away.


Innovation is new and creative ways in which individuals with a disability are able to participate. Recreation is the medium that is used to enhance education and awareness of the participants. Cooperative is the group of individuals who support, nurture, and mentor using their expertise and talents to make the clinic a success.


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