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Sunrise centre seeks volunteers for programs

PUSLINCH TWP. - Sunrise Therapeutic Riding and Learning Centre needs volunteer leaders and “side walkers” for this fall’s program for children with special needs. 

 

Volunteer training is taking place on Sept. 14 from 7 to 9pm.

Through a time commitment of one to two hours per week, volunteers at Sunrise make a huge difference in the lives of children.

Volunteers are also needed to assist with gardening, maintenance, painting, housekeeping, mailings, barn chores and special events. 

Located on a 105-acre farm, Sunrise is just 15 minutes from both Guelph and Cambridge. 

Contact Lynne O’Brien for more information, and to RSVP for a training clinic, at :  519-837-0558, ext. 31 or  lynne@sunrise-therapeutic.ca.

 

Vol 43 Issue 34

 
 

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