Mancos teen raises over $1,700 for horse therapy

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Mancos teen raises over $1,700 for horse therapy

Funds will go toward affordable hay supply for therapy horses
Medicine Horse Center director Lynne Howarth, Mancos High School sophomore Ty Everett and Karen Finch, the center’s new mental health therapist. Everett has conducted fundraisers for the center for the past two years.
Medicine Horse Center is important to Ty Everett because his brother, Cash, (pictured here), benefited from the center’s therapy programs.

Mancos teen raises over $1,700 for horse therapy

Medicine Horse Center director Lynne Howarth, Mancos High School sophomore Ty Everett and Karen Finch, the center’s new mental health therapist. Everett has conducted fundraisers for the center for the past two years.
Medicine Horse Center is important to Ty Everett because his brother, Cash, (pictured here), benefited from the center’s therapy programs.