Four-legged fund-raisers join Crop Walk

Kaitlin Garrity, a member of the Cazenovia College Equine Ambassadors Club is organizing the Cazenovia College's miniature horses' participation in this year's Cazenovia area Crop Walk, a community-wide event sponsored by Church World Service and organized by local congregations to raise funds to end hunger at home and around the world.

"The six miniature horses have become a trademark of Cazenovia College's community service projects throughout Madison County and the Syracuse area due to their charming personalities and ceaseless ability to bring smiles to everyone's faces," Garrity said. "Last year, Cazenovia College's Equine Ambassador's Club raised more than $220 to donate to the Church World Service Fund ... This year the goal is to reach and hopefully exceed this amount. Everyone in the club is looking forward to participating in this worthy cause."

Ray, Don, Winston, Caleb, Jeremy and Ian will carry their pledge cards in the walk on Sunday Oct. 17, led by members of the Equine Ambassadors Club.

For more information, contact Assistant Professor Carol Buckhout, of the Equine Business Management Program at Cazenovia College, at 315-655-7133, or Kaitlin Garrity at kmgarrity@cazenovia.edu or 315-655-7761.

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