What Alums Say
One thing I’ll be grateful for this Thanksgiving is seeing the light and the inspiration to be an active volunteer for Vermont Adaptive this winter, with special attention to veterans…. Thank you again for your significant leadership in helping me and other deacons perceive the realistic opportunity to open a door that seemed like it wouldn’t open, to use tools and to have a process where their colleagues and others have got their back. An amazing thing is that you didn’t suggest anything specific to anyone, you suggested some tools and asked people to respond to certain questions going around the room. Grace came.
Goals are much harder to achieve on your own. Team support is awesome. If you are on the fence about joining a team, as they say at Nike, “Just Do It.” Bruce Burnham
You do not have to have “lost your way” to benefit from an investment of time in joining a Wayfinders group. All of us know, at least to some degree, how to steer our life boat. Wayfinders encourages you to create a map and helps you read the compass. Leigh Sherrill
Here is Leigh right after her first solo flight at age 15
(Beaver County Airport 1957)
Here is Leigh summer of 2017 back in the cockpit again
(Wiscasset Airport, Maine)