Horse riding for 68 people with disabilities

 
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May 10, 2011

Spring - Summer 2011

Wonderful things are happening at Happy Trails Riding Center. Classes have started and we are getting ready for a summer of fun. We invite you to come welcome our new horse, Norman, who is retiring from the Portland Mounted Patrol (see attached invitation and article). Some of the activities in addition to our regular riding lessons for our riders with disabilties and special needs include:

Saturday, June 25th –Summer Day Camp 10-1:00 (kids & adults)

Saturday, July 23rd Movie Night

Saturday, August 6th Ride-A-Thon (play day) & 5 year event celebration

Thank you so very much for your donations which make it possible to provide these activities!

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Nicole Budden

West Linn, Oregon United States

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