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In Kelly’s Words – We Have Big News!

Posted on December 23, 2015 to Blog

I’m pregnant!! This is both extremely exciting for Zeke and me and slightly terrifying, which I guess is probably typical! Since my injury I’ve often been asked about my ability to have children, so I thought I’d share a bit more about that. I vividly remember the first couple weeks after my injury, while still in […]

In Kelly’s Words – A Big Month!

Posted on September 2, 2015 to Blog

  September is a big month for me and the Kelly Brush Foundation: September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. Since 2006 we have held the Kelly Brush Ride on the Saturday after Labor Day. Grant applications are due at the end of this month (September 30), kicking off the best past of our year: […]

In Kelly’s Words – Ski Season Recap

Posted on April 22, 2015 to Blog

I have skied every winter since I was 2 years old. It’s pretty cool to think that I haven’t missed a season. In my years racing I obviously skied all over the place, but since then I have mostly stuck to 1 or 2 areas per season. This season I made it to 8 different […]

In Kelly’s Words – Tuckerman Trek

Posted on April 13, 2015 to Blog

I hiked Tuckerman Ravine today….. Well I didn’t do too much of the hiking. But I had an amazing group of 15 of my best friends in the world that did. Despite growing up skiing in the east, I never hiked Tucks before my injury when I was 19 and haven’t even considered it since, so […]

In Kelly’s Words – Weekend at Stowe

Posted on March 26, 2015 to Blog

It was a great weekend. Zeke and I headed up to Stowe to make some turns with Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers and their Boston-based alpine ski program, which we’ve partnered with this winter. Stowe was the site of their 6th and final trip (prior trips included Cannon, Loon, Bretton Woods, Pico and Waterville Valley). So […]