(Article) Deaf, hard of hearing young skiers/boarders return to Mt. Bachelor

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- This Presidents Day weekend, a group of people from all over the Northwest who share common attitudes, interests and goals will be coming together at Mt. Bachelor for the seventh annual CamPAH.  CamPAH is a ski/snowboarding weekend program for children who are deaf and hard of hearing, run by Oregon Adaptive Sports.

The program, CamPAH, captures the sign "PAH" in its name, which in American Sign Language means "finally" or "success at last" in a positive and upbeat way.  This sign echoes everyone's sentiments about CamPAH, a program largely unmatched on the national level.

Upon arrival, campers often describe...

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