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By Rachel Bowers February 16, 2018
“PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — Before Annalisa Drew and her US halfpipe ski teammates arrived here to begin training for competition, they went to Japan for a private camp at Aomori Springs Ski Resort. They shred some powder, took in the wintry sights, and got their minds and bodies ready for these Games. They also got in some karaoke. And Drew, a two-time Olympian from Andover, Mass., stole the show. Literally.”
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Auto Use would like to congratulate Dave Angelicchio on his induction into the NAAA Hall of Fame, during this past weeks 69th Annual NAAA Convention in La Quinta, California. The award recognizes those “individuals whose long-term service to the auto auction industry and NAAA, has contributed improvements to remarketing as a whole, has worked within the trade organization to benefit its members and has consistently followed the high standards of the association’s Code of Ethics.”
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Auto Use would like to congratulate Charleston Auto Auction and General Manager Laura Taylor, who during last weeks Used Car Week conference was awarded by the National Auto Auction Association with the “Auto Auction of the Year for Excellence in Community Service.”
The honor was awarded to Charleston Auto Auction for their generosity and work throughout the community that has included; Project H.O.M.E. (Helping Others Mirror Excellence), which aims to assist displaced high school students through providing a safe and supervised environment. To learn more about the work Project H.O.M.E. is doing please visit their webpage at https://www.projecthomesc.com/the-project .
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To learn more about the great work going on and to make a donation please visit www.houseinthewoods.org
The House in the Woods Military & Family Retreat’s Mission is to create a therapeutic, recreational, and educational retreat for our nation’s U.S. armed forces and their families, using outdoor wilderness activities in Maine and natural habitats to help participants share common challenges related to their service and sacrifice in protecting our nation’s freedom and democratic ideals.
History & Background
The House in the Woods, Inc, A Military and Family Retreat received 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit business status on July 16, 2009 to provide a free educational, therapeutic, and recreational retreat in a safe and nurturing milieu to our nation’s military, veterans, and military families. Our mission is to bring together and honor our nation’s heroes, U.S. service members who have served on active duty in defense of our American heritage—life,