Watershed Jackson Annual Gala

When:
November 10, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm
2018-11-10T17:30:00-07:00
2018-11-10T22:00:00-07:00
Where:
Center for the Arts - The Center Theater and Lobby
265 S Cache St
Jackson, WY 83001
USA
Cost:
$125 + $3 ticket processing fee
Contact:

WATERSHED JACKSON ANNUAL GALA

watershed jackson 2018 gala

PRESENTED BY WATERSHED JACKSON

 

Each year, Watershed Jackson hosts a gala event, with the purpose of providing the community with a guest speaker that educates the community on what day-to-day life can be like with a traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury. Watershed Jackson aims to foster athletes back to the sports they love, surrounded by a supportive community effort. 100% of all proceeds from this gala are directed back to our community.

 

Featured Speaker: Roy Tuscany | Special Guest: Jamie Crane-Mauzy

Tickets: $125 – Silent Auction, Dinner & Drinks. For a table, choose Qty 8 at checkout.

Watershed Jackson strives to educate the community regarding the daily obstacles athletes with traumatic brain or spinal cord injuries must overcome. Together we will establish an atmosphere of teamwork and respect to improve integrity, confidence, and an appreciation for individual challenges within the community.

Roy Tuscany

Originally from Waterbury, VT and after graduating from the University of Vermont with a degree in mechanical engineering he headed out west to pursue the dream of being a professional free-skier. In 2006, Roy suffered a life-altering T-12 burst fracture at Mammoth Mountain going “too fast, too far” that left him paralyzed from the waist down and was the catalyst to the creation of high fives. Roy turned the financial and community support of his own recovery into a ‘pay-it-forward’ adventure with the creation of High Fives Non-Profit Foundation. In the past 10 years Roy has relearned how to walk, how to ski, how to surf, and how to inspire others.

Jamie Crane-Mauzy

Commonly known as Mocrazy, is a retired slopestyle and halfpipe skier. Jamie fell attempting a double flat in her second run of World Tour finals in Whistler, Canada. She under-rotated and landed in a pike position on the front of her skies, then launched on to the right side of her body and was knocked unconscious. Jamie was life-flighted to a Whistler clinic and eventually to Vancouver General Hospital where her family found that she suffered a traumatic brain injury. Along with her family including sister Jeanee, Jamie is a brain injury awareness advocate strengthening families after a life-changing accident.