...and the Possibilities are LIMBitless!
Aiden Agnor, by all accounts, was a genuinely humble and caring young man who was able to see the good in all people. He excelled academically and demonstrated exceptional athletic abilities. Leadership came naturally to Aiden, along with an innate determination for achieving personal and professional goals. To this end, Aiden was chosen as valedictorian of his Quartz Hill High School graduating class of 2022 and then, immediately after graduating, started his career in public service with the Kern County Fire Department as a wildland firefighter.
Tragically, 18-year-old firefighter, Aiden Agnor, passed away in July of 2022, less than two weeks after being severely injured in a head-on collision with another vehicle on his way to work.
In 2023, the eponymous Aiden Agnor Memorial Scholarship was instituted by LIMBitless Possibilities in memory of Aiden. This scholarship will be selectively awarded on an annual basis to individuals who best exemplify Aiden’s admirable characteristics of human decency, respect for self and others, and his commitment to developing and using his God-given talents to be of service to others.
Having met the standards of excellence set by Aiden Agnor, Sophia Howard of Hudsonville, Michigan, was selected as the first recipient of the Aiden Agnor Memorial Scholarship. It is our intent that this scholarship will help Sophia with her own pursuit of excellence in adaptive sports, and it is our hope that she will continue to live a life filled with humility and compassion for others.
Hunter (center) is energetic, sociable and he's the sweetest eleven-year-old young man that you can imagine. Hunter is also the latest recipient of a running blade, sponsored by LIMBitless Possibilities!
Finances have been tight all across the country, but with the continued generosity of individuals, small businesses and select corporations, we have once again achieved one of our organizational goals. We hope that Hunter’s new running blade will open up new and exciting possibilities for him.
At our First Annual Charity Golf Tournament we awarded Liv Stone a $1500 scholarship to further her adaptive surfing journey. Liv went on to win a gold medal in her division (PS-1) at the ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship in 2020!
We were honored to present a $200 grant to each surfer in the Junior Division of the 4th Annual US Open Adaptive Surfing Championships. These kids worked so hard and surfed their hearts out! Congratulations to each of them.