From left, Kiwanis Lt. Gov. Allen Yergovich, Seminole City Councilor Thom Barnhorn, Mary Urquhart, Key Club Lt. Gov. Brittney Munyer, and Florida Kiwanis District Gov. Allen Whetsell visit the Seminole Kiwanis Horses for Handicapped program Oct. 13 at the stables off 125th Street.
SEMINOLE - On Saturday, Oct. 13, the Florida Kiwanis District Gov. Allen Whetsell, Florida Kiwanis District Lt. Gov. Allen Yergovich and Key Club Lt. Gov. Brittney Munyer made their first official visit to the Kiwanis Club of Seminole by visiting the Kiwanis Horses for Handicapped program.
The program provides therapeutic horseback riding for handicapped children and adults in and around the Seminole community.
The Kiwanis Club of Seminole has been involved with the program since its inception in 1984 and has provided monetary assistance as well as volunteers to the program.
Seminole City Councilor Thom Barnhorn presented Mary Urquhart with a proclamation from the city for the work she has done for the program and the Seminole community. Urquhart not only has worked many years on the Horses program, but she also has worked with the youth of Seminole through the Girl Scouts and 4-H programs for many years.
Anyone interested in joining the Kiwanis Club of Seminole should contact Mike Bryan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 394-6923.