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Dare to Disco

The Rising Sun Banquet Hall was the place to be Saturday, February 7.  The banquet hall became a night of Disco as Freedom Hills Therapeutic Riding Program’s supporters came out dressed in their 70’s and 80’s outfits.

Roger and Vickie Hucker received a plaque for all of their tireless efforts they have given to Freedom Hills over the 30 years. They have volunteered for us since their daughter, who happens to have cerebral palsy, started riding at two years old.

Dr. and Luanne Riddle,  Cecil Veterinary Services, filled a table of their most generous friends,  Roger,  from Roger’s Custom Collision, flu straight in from the 80’s.  He was dressed as the Rock Star “White Snake” however he was followed around by the Robert Palmer Girls.

Kenny Holt was “He Man”.  Dr. Alicia Sorum, from Sorum Equine, made the Disco Cake while Penny Barr from “Romancing the Stone” provided the brownies.  Bonnie Grady and Ola Boswell and friends ​​attended from the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce.

Mark your calendar for Saturday, February 4, 2017.  “Be There or Be Square”.  Who knows what fun theme we will come up with?

Everyone had a great time as we bid on items such as a mink coat, trip anywhere in the world, utility bucket of Spanish Beer and snacks, a beautiful handmade wine cabinet which was made by William Clevenger one of our Veterans who rides with us. And many more auction items.

We raised at least $15,000 to help pay for the expenses incurred as we follow “The Mission of Freedom Hills” to provide Equine Facilitated Therapy for the “Mind, Body and Soul.”

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