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Cheryl Jensen made the Vail Veterans Program the ‘gold standard’; now she’s shifting gears
November 1, 2017

VAIL — There might not be a Vail Veterans Program if not for Heath Calhoun. It was 2004 and the Vail Veterans Program was so new it didn’t have a name. Like anything else, the work and serendipity began long before the actual start date. Capt. Dave Rozelle was in Vail with some congressmen in… Read more »

Vail Today: Vail Veterans Program offers caregivers retreat
September 27, 2017

VAIL – Since 2004, the Vail Veterans Program has provided rehabilitative sports and recreational activities to help build confidence and provide a sense of freedom to United States military members who have suffered catastrophic injuries while serving our country. The program has evolved and now includes a caregivers retreat to help those taking care of… Read more »

Vail Veterans Program’s summer golf a little about golf, a lot about life
August 29, 2017

WOLCOTT — Alex DeVilling hits golf balls so far he should file a flight plan. DeVilling is a long-drive professional and was one of the golf experts helping this week’s Vail Veterans Program summer golf group at Red Sky Ranch & Golf Club in Wolcott. He spent much of his morning teaching the guys how… Read more »

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Vail Veterans Program’s summer golf a little about golf, a lot about life

August 29, 2017

WOLCOTT — Alex DeVilling hits golf balls so far he should file a flight plan.

DeVilling is a long-drive professional and was one of the golf experts helping this week’s Vail Veterans Program summer golf group at Red Sky Ranch & Golf Club in Wolcott. He spent much of his morning teaching the guys how to hit golf balls as far as he does.

They can’t, of course. Almost no one can, but the fun is in trying.

Devilling shattered a watermelon, drove balls through a sheet of plywood and launched golf balls practically through the hole in the ozone.

He hit a box of Titleist, which is to say that he teed up a box containing a 12-pack of Titleist golf balls and hit it. The box went further than most of us can hit a ball. Fourteen heroes laughed out loud as they basked in the morning sun at Red Sky Ranch. They laughed a lot this week.

This is the Vail Veterans Program’s seventh annual Red Sky Ranch session. Time flies when you’re doing good and having fun.

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