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Teens with cancer have fun skiing, snowboarding, tubing, and riding snowcats and snowmobiles at Hunter Mountain

Getting ready to slide down the tubing hill.

On February 9th and 10th, 14 teens who have cancer and are currently in treatment at Tomorrow’s Children Institute in Hackensack, N.J., enjoyed two days of fun at Hunter Mountain. 15 ASF volunteer instructors and a few Hunter snowboard instructors took them skiing and snowboarding on the first afternoon.

Later in the day everybody went tubing. Chaos and laughter erupted when ASF board member Russ Huntington almost went off the edge of the course. Tubing was followed by dinner at Hunter.

The teens spent the next day skiing and snowboarding and finished off the trip with snowmobile and snowcat rides. Tired, yet happy, teens slept most of the way back to New Jersey. They’ll be back again next year, for sure.