White Mountain Aquatic Foundation

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The White Mountain Aquatic Foundation is a 501(3)c nonprofit organization that was created to establish a multiple-use aquatic center in the Mt. Washington Valley in the state of New Hampshire. The purpose of the proposed aquatic center is to provide aquatic education, recreation, safety, competition, fitness and rehabilitation services to the local community that will enhance the health and quality of life, and strengthen the ties of community for its residents and visitors.

The Foundation leadership includes Jeff Rothen (President), Maury McKinney (Vice President), Nelle Killourie (Treasurer), Tricia Mattox-Larson (Secretary), Bob Magg (Board Member), Bob Schrader (Board Member), David Shafer (Board Member), and Jim Soroka (Board Member).

Maury McKinney completed a two-way crossing of Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire in 2009 in 26 hours 18 minutes (11 hours on the first leg and 15 hours 18 minutes on the second leg) to raise money and awareness for the White Mountain Aquatic Foundation.

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