Nonprofit teaches special needs locals how to handle horses
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#1 Aug 12, 2010
I think this is wonderful. For so long there was nothing out there for children with special needs. I am new to the area and have also been hearing a lot about a Youth Group available here. I was worried about moving here from the big city, but I think my son will enjoy it here. I even heard that the members got to actually go camping this summer. I will be checking into it. This rodeo sounds great.
#3 Aug 12, 2010
Great Job!!!!!! Cindy and her team do this community a great service. It's about time they got the recognition they deserve.
#4 Aug 12, 2010
Now, That's what you want to see.
A horse tied to an electric wheel chair.
It's what we look forward to each year!! yippie!
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