Last updated: November 08. 2013 11:29AM - 1128 Views
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LAURINBURG — The Scottish Pilot Club of Laurinburg recently donated helmets to the Therapeutic Horsemanship Program at St. Andrew’s University, Ride-Like-A-Knight.

The program provides hands-on learning experience for St. Andrew’s students who wish to prepare for a career in Therapeutic Horsemanship. The center gives participants with a wide-range of disabilities in the St. Andrew’s community and surrounding areas the opportunity to participate in horseback riding activities. The Scottish Pilot Club is a volunteer service organization that focuses on helping people with brain-related disorders.

For information on the program, email Liz Dulski at dulskiem@sapc.edu or call her at 910-277-7228. For information on The Scottish Pilot Club, call club president Ida McGill at 910-276-5674 or any club member.

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