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Mount Rainier

Brian with Precision Labs Flag PhotoThe first event for AFSN was the climb of Mt. Rainier on September 15th – 20th, 2013. This climb began at the Paradise Level with an elevation starting at 5,400 feet up to the summit at 14,410 feet.

This 9,010ft. climb to the summit of Mount Rainier was completed by Brian Peters, Co-Founder of AFSN. The event began at the Paradise Level with an elevation starting at 5,400 feet, on up to Camp Muir and then on up to the summit at 14,410 feet beginning at 12am to arrive at sunrise at the top. Coming down is just a dangerous as climbing up! Some very stunning pictures can be viewed in our Photo Gallery.

The sponsors for this adventure are Green Resource, Precision Laboratories, The Maintenance Excellence Institute International and Carolina State Strategies and Bone Suckin’ Sauce, as well as money directly from Brian to help the initial AFSN expenses.

AFSN's first fund raising event had all travel expenses and guide fees paid by Brian's sponsors. So 100% of the DONATIONS for this first event were $7,000 and all went directly to the Frankie Lemmon School and Developmental Center.

Frankie Lemmon School and Developmental Center LogoHistory of the Frankie Lemmon School and Developmental Center
The school's namesake, Frankie Lemmon, youngest son of Frank and Georgia Lemmon, was born with Down syndrome in the 1960s. When Frankie became of age to begin kindergarten, there was no school in the area that would accept children with special education needs. To fill this void Frankie's father, minister of the Hudson Memorial Presbyterian Church and the congregation united with the community to create the Hudson Memorial Kindergarten for Mentally Retarded Children. The school which began with three children in 1965 was re-named the Frankie Lemmon Memorial Preschool a few years later following Frankie's death.


Boy and Girl Happiness Depends More on the Inward Disposition Cam and Grandma Joyce Peters