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Clarification on Stable Program article

To clarify, in the May 6 edition of the Record, the Comox Valley Therapeutic Riding Society’s Stable Program itself is not ending; it is losing its current facility, at Stonehenge Farm.

The program is moving back to the Exhibition Grounds at the end of the month. The Society is making accommodations to house all of the programs with longer days during the week including Saturdays.

The rider fees are heavily subsidized;  however, CVTRS would like to acknowledge multiple supporters and organizations who help maintain the Society including the Children’s Health Foundation, the Comox Valley School District, and 27 years of support from the United Way.

 

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