One Drop at a Time: ARTSail launches its inaugural project

This article originally appeared in the Biscayne Times. ARTSAIL LAUNCHES ITS INAUGURAL PROJECT The Impossible Dream set sail from Miami on Friday, December 16, heading for the reefs off the Florida Keys. The mission: to document the health of this precious part of our unique ecosystem through photos, film, and narrative. This was the very
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Brad Betts, impossible dreams and serendipity

This article originally appeared in The Boothbay Register, by Suzi Thayer When Brad Betts was approached about donating a painting for an auction in Florida, there was a slight hesitation. Very slight. As soon as the reason for asking him to paint and give away a painting that would normally fetch upwards of $7,000 was
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Group with disabilities sets sail on specially equipped catamaran

BROOKLYN – A group of New Yorkers with disabilities set sail on a special trip in New York Harbor today. The group of 30 sailed on the Impossible Dream, a catamaran specially equipped for wheelchairs.  It was built after its owner became a paraplegic in a skiing accident. Unlike regular boats, wheelchairs can travel from
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Impossible Dream boat brings encouragement to Charlestown

This article originally appeared in the Charlestown Patriot Bridge Impossible Dream boat brings encouragement to Charlestown As Katie Callan crawled out of her wheelchair and onto the netting at the front of the ‘Impossible Dream’ accessible boat just after taking off from the Charlestown Marina this month, she quickly looked around at the water, breathed
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