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CJ – Finding Independence at the Barn

Meet PALS Client, CJ! For the past one and a half years, he has come to PALS, participating in both riding and unmounted horsemanship programs. CJ is diagnosed with disabilities that affect his cognitive functioning. However, this does not stop him from achieving his riding goals and learning all about equine care. During CJ’s ride, […]

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Get to Know Our New Leader: Tamra

Why did you apply for the leadership position at PALS? The PALS leadership position gave me the opportunity to use my business skills and experience in meaningful workthat truly increases the quality of life of other people. I love a challenge and I love growing organizations and helping employees discover their potential. PALS is a […]

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Kaylee: “The Horse Whisperer”

Dear Friends of PALS, Let me introduce you to my daughter, Kaylee. She is a caring and intelligent 22-year-old, who is typical in so many ways. She enjoys, fashion, shopping, boy bands, crafting and has an honest love for animals. What is not so typical about my daughter is that she has cerebral palsy. Cerebral […]

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IU Event Planning Students Partnering with PALS!

This year, at the 2016 PALS Fun Show, myself along with four other girls in my Event Planning class had the privilege of working behind the scenes with the PALS staff in preparation of this exciting event. We worked closely with Cynthia, the Outreach Coordinator of the organization. Siena, Emily, Meghan, Carly, and I were […]

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2016 Volunteers of the Year: Angie & Bruce

Bruce has been a dedicated volunteer since April of 2013. He has done amazing work as a side walker and horse leader. Bruce always brings laughter to his volunteer shifts, playfully joking with his fellow volunteers, staff and clients. He has a great attitude and time-after-time ready to help at the drop of a hat, […]

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Congratulations to our 2016 Client of the Year: Kaylee

Kaylee is truly an example of what makes PALS great. She started out riding horses as a child and was the inspiration behind PALS Horsemanship Program. As a part of the horsemanship program, Kaylee is encouraged to learn equine care and handling skills, anatomy, and training horses for the PALS program. Kaylee is well known […]

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PALS Fun Show Photo Booth Pictures

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Meet Our Fall Client of the Quarter: Dylan!

Meet Dylan! He has been riding at PALS for two years. Dylan’s family was looking for an appropriate activity for an older child living with Autism when they discovered the therapeutic riding program. Since enrolling in programs, Dylan has learned how to help control his horse, and he really enjoys the motion of the trot. […]

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Artwork of PALS Therapy Horse, Scout! Thanks Erika!

Thank you, Erika Fields, for creating this wonderful artwork of PALS Therapy Horse, Scout! To read more about PALS Therapy Horses, click here! Published : September 20, 2016

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South Central Indiana REMC Grants $1,680 for SERVE Program

Thank you to South Central Indiana REMC for granting $1,680 to our SERVE program for veterans. To read more about the SERVE program at PALS, click here! Published : September 16, 2016

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