Silent auction to help Therapeutic Riding Program

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Dylan Cowen overcame his fear of mounting Inga and took her for a ride. Peggy Hawes helped with horse handling.

Horseback riding is a sport that is both fun and challenging. Help keep the Creston and District Society for Community Living’s Therapeutic Riding Program accessible for the adults and children with disabilities in our community.

From Feb. 10-12, this extraordinary program will be celebrated with a silent auction of donated artwork. The silent auction will be hosted by Win Din at the Painted Turtle Gallery at 1132 Canyon Street.

Artwork has been donated by Creston Valley artists including Eileen Gidman, Victoria Henriksen, Julie Draper, Brandy Dyer, Kerry Ross, Rick Chilson, 4 Corners Framing, Barb West, Martha McLaren and CDSCL members. This is a great opportunity to acquire a piece of art and support a worthy cause at the same time.

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