SEARCHING for adventure


Upper Valley Project SEARCH member Ashley Lightle, center, of Sidney, gets into a canoe with the help of Sam Teragawa, left, of Minneapolis, and Donita Fatland, of Bozeman, Montana, at Lake Loramie Friday, Oct. 21. Project SEARCH once again teamed up with Wilderness Inquiry to take Project SEARCH students out onto Lake Loramie in canoes. Teragawa and Fatland are with the group Wilderness Inquiry which is a group that focuses on bringing people into nature that would normally not get the chance. Based out of Minnesota they travel to cities across the country. Upper Valley Project SEARCH helps people identified with a disability transition from high school to work. Project SEARCH helps the students find what kind of job they enjoy and learn how to get it.

Upper Valley Project SEARCH member Ashley Lightle, center, of Sidney, gets into a canoe with the help of Sam Teragawa, left, of Minneapolis, and Donita Fatland, of Bozeman, Montana, at Lake Loramie Friday, Oct. 21. Project SEARCH once again teamed up with Wilderness Inquiry to take Project SEARCH students out onto Lake Loramie in canoes. Teragawa and Fatland are with the group Wilderness Inquiry which is a group that focuses on bringing people into nature that would normally not get the chance. Based out of Minnesota they travel to cities across the country. Upper Valley Project SEARCH helps people identified with a disability transition from high school to work. Project SEARCH helps the students find what kind of job they enjoy and learn how to get it.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Upper Valley Project SEARCH member Ashley Lightle, center, of Sidney, gets into a canoe with the help of Sam Teragawa, left, of Minneapolis, and Donita Fatland, of Bozeman, Montana, at Lake Loramie Friday, Oct. 21. Project SEARCH once again teamed up with Wilderness Inquiry to take Project SEARCH students out onto Lake Loramie in canoes. Teragawa and Fatland are with the group Wilderness Inquiry which is a group that focuses on bringing people into nature that would normally not get the chance. Based out of Minnesota they travel to cities across the country. Upper Valley Project SEARCH helps people identified with a disability transition from high school to work. Project SEARCH helps the students find what kind of job they enjoy and learn how to get it.

Upper Valley Project SEARCH member Ashley Lightle, center, of Sidney, gets into a canoe with the help of Sam Teragawa, left, of Minneapolis, and Donita Fatland, of Bozeman, Montana, at Lake Loramie Friday, Oct. 21. Project SEARCH once again teamed up with Wilderness Inquiry to take Project SEARCH students out onto Lake Loramie in canoes. Teragawa and Fatland are with the group Wilderness Inquiry which is a group that focuses on bringing people into nature that would normally not get the chance. Based out of Minnesota they travel to cities across the country. Upper Valley Project SEARCH helps people identified with a disability transition from high school to work. Project SEARCH helps the students find what kind of job they enjoy and learn how to get it.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/10/web1_SDN102216Boat.jpgUpper Valley Project SEARCH member Ashley Lightle, center, of Sidney, gets into a canoe with the help of Sam Teragawa, left, of Minneapolis, and Donita Fatland, of Bozeman, Montana, at Lake Loramie Friday, Oct. 21. Project SEARCH once again teamed up with Wilderness Inquiry to take Project SEARCH students out onto Lake Loramie in canoes. Teragawa and Fatland are with the group Wilderness Inquiry which is a group that focuses on bringing people into nature that would normally not get the chance. Based out of Minnesota they travel to cities across the country. Upper Valley Project SEARCH helps people identified with a disability transition from high school to work. Project SEARCH helps the students find what kind of job they enjoy and learn how to get it. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News