Local Equestrian Center Holds Military Family Day
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A local therapeutic equestrian center held their second annual Halloween-themed Military Family Day on Sunday.
Soldiers from the recently returned second battalion, 108th infantry, Army National Guard were at the event.
Families enjoyed pumpkin painting, pony rides, food, live music and a therapeutic horseback riding demonstration.
The EquiCenter is a volunteer-based, not-for-profit therapeutic equestrian center that benefits people with disabilities, veterans and at-risk youth.
"This is our second time doing an event to really honor the military and their families and provide a fun day where they can just come together and worry about nothing," said President and CEO Jonathan Friedland. "It's a fun environment with horses and a halloween theme, and builds awareness for our program."
The event was held in support of the Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation.