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  • Courageous Kids Climbing

    Jeff Riechmann loves the expansive feeling of conquering a difficult challenge in rock climbing. He founded Courageous Kids Climbing so that kids with special needs could share that confidence, that exhilaration, that sense of accomplishment. The nonprofit — which is him, really — hosts events in climbing gyms around Idaho and two other states.

Jeff Riechmann loves the expansive feeling of conquering a difficult challenge in rock climbing. He founded Courageous Kids Climbing so that kids with special needs could share that confidence, that exhilaration, that sense of accomplishment. The nonprofit — which is him, really — hosts events in climbing gyms around Idaho and two other states. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Jeff Riechmann loves the expansive feeling of conquering a difficult challenge in rock climbing. He founded Courageous Kids Climbing so that kids with special needs could share that confidence, that exhilaration, that sense of accomplishment. The nonprofit — which is him, really — hosts events in climbing gyms around Idaho and two other states. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Retired firefighter helps kids with special needs experience rock climbing

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