|A group of blind runners and guide runners on the scenic trail through Littleton during the 2018 6 Dot Dash n|
|Senator Jessie Danielson, President NFBCO Scott LaBarre, Curtis Chong testifying during committee hearing|
|Jenny Callahan testifying with Deya Villa-Cazares on her right and Chip Johnson on her left during the committee hearing|
|Grandpa (fossil) Kevan Worley and baby Finley standing by dinosaur exhibit with guide dog Onyx at their side|
Pictured, Kevan Worley, Granddaughter Finley, and guide dog Onyx.
|Picture of USABA, Anthem National Fitness Challenge team in front of American Lung Association banner|
Athletes climbed 59 stories which totaled 1,098 stairs. Cody Bair, one of the athletes said “It was really empowering to be able to participate in an event like this. There was no need for guides or other accommodations. We just climbed along with everyone else.” Next year, he and Jessica Beecham, director of WE Fit Wellness and National Fitness Challenge athlete plan to train and compete in the stair ultra which consists of doing this 59 story climb as many times as possible in 1 hour. Athlete Steve Patton advises “Just take it at a steady pace and you will make it to the top no problem!” The Fight for Air Stair Climb raises awareness and funds for lung disease prevention.
|Picture of snowy rooftops in the city of Denver taken from the top of the climb|
View from the top of the 59-story climb.
|cutting board with logo representing mountains and plains|
|The meetup gang gathering with food and drink around a back table at Springs Orleans|