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Jones Waldo personal injury attorneys Bret Hanna and Mark Williams donated a Nintendo Wii gaming system to the National Ability Center (NAC) on August 21st as part of a nationwide Wiihabilitation give-away sponsored by the InjuryBoard Foundation. The pair met with Chief Executive Officer Dale Schoon, Development Director Scott Lyttle, and Outreach/Marketing Manager Ryan Jensen who accepted the Wii before providing a tour of the NAC facilities located in Park City. In the first photo, Mark and Bret flank Dale Schoon in front of the NAC administration building and in the second, Dale Scoon opens the Wii in the facility where it will be used.

On its website, the NAC describes its background and mission as:

The National Ability Center is committed to the development of lifetime skills for people of all ages and abilities by providing affordable outdoor sports and recreational experiences in a nurturing environment.

The objective of these experiences is to build self-esteem, confidence and physical development, thereby enhancing active participation in all aspects of community life. As a national role model, the Center promotes the concept of ability through integration, public awareness and education.

Founded in 1985, the National Ability Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization. Programs are supported through special events, grants from private corporations and foundations, individual donations and program fees. All activities are offered at an affordable rate and scholarships are available, ensuring participation for all applicants.

In this photo, Mark gives the NAC’s new mountain bike with chest-option steering a quick go around the parking lot.

InjuryBoard is a growing community of personal injury law firms, attorneys, safety industry experts, and consumer advocates committed to making a difference by helping people avoid injury, and to helping those who are injured get the assistance they need to move on with their lives after an accident. For more information on this community, visit the InjuryBoard website. For more information on the national Wii Give-Away project, contact project coordinator James Cool at and for more information on the local give-away, contact Bret Hanna at or Mark Williams at

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