Moro, OR – After a horse gets rescued from life-threatening neglect or abuse have you ever wondered where that horse might end up? Bring the family out to the Sherman County Historical Museum in Moro, OR and learn from Hollee Kaseberg’s wonderful display which tells touching stories of the non-profit equine rescue ministry Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch.
Rescued horses that call Crystal Peaks home each have an incredible story of rescue, recovery and purpose as they are used to help kids. At the Youth Ranch a horse is partnered with one leader and one child for a session where the child, who is often as broken and disadvantaged as the horse once was, learns of the promise of hope, love, family and faith.
There is no charge for this exhibit which is on display until the end of August. If you love horses and enjoy a wonderful story learn more of Hollee Kaseberg’s volunteer experiences with the 25-30 horses that continue to help so many children at Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch.
Hollee will be giving a special presentation and talking about her volunteer experiences at Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch on Thursday, August 15th at 6 p.m. at the Sherman County Historical Museum in Moro, OR. Please join us!
For more information call 541-565-3232 or visit the website: www.shermanmuseum.org and join us at the Sherman County Historical Museum and take a walk on the Rural Side.