Our Volunteers

Our Leadership

Three Trackers of Ohio is a Chapter of:

Teach

Dan Lipka

Vice President

ddl@zoominternet.net

For more than 50 years, 3 Trackers of Ohio has been dedicated to the promotion of adaptive recreational sports to persons of all ages with a variety of physical disabilities.

Mark Dietz

President

md1053@aol.com


Our Mission is to provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities to develop independence, confidence, and fitness through participation in community sports, recreation and educational programs

Three Trackers of Ohio is a 501(c)3 Tax Exempt Non-Profit Organization.  Tax Exemption is per Move United Group Tax-Exempt Ruling #2599 under ID # 94-2938125

Rod Ramsey

Secretary

​ramseyrodandlisa@juno.com

NEW Volunteers are always welcome & NEEDED!!. You do not need to be an expert with any activity, but you must be willing to have fun and always adhere to our safety policies at all times.  Training is provided for all new volunteers with any or all of our activities. Mentoring is also available for volunteers who aspire to become certified instructors..

Our Mission

 Learn


Excel


First time participants will be individually evaluated to help identify what techniques and/or equipment are most appropriate. Use of the adaptive equipment - i.e: sit down devices, hand held modifications and individualized lessons are provided at little or no charge, but adaptive snow ski participants do have to buy their own lift ticket (just like other skiers do) from the ski resort. A half day session costs $40 for ticket, lesson and equipment

Paul Miles

Treasurer

miles.paulc@gmail.com

Donations & Our Wish List

Three Trackers of Ohio WELCOMES all donations, monetary or equipment, and we thank you for your donation that helps keep our program running and helping so many!!  For a list of items on our "WISH LIST" that we greatly need - CLICK BELOW

Make a Donation Today!!

3 Trackers of Ohio

​Our Participants

Dedicated to the promotion of adaptive recreational sports to persons with physical disabilities.