CONWAY — Most everyone loves a challenge, and that’s what the Granite State-based Azimuth Check Foundation is offering military veterans and first responders — an opportunity to stretch their skills in outdoor activities while reminding them they are not alone.

“It’s impossible not to smile when seeing these joyful faces, overcoming challenges together in an atmosphere of camaraderie — we hope it was a rewarding and healing experience for all of our attendees,” the Azimuth Check Facebook page states.

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