LANCASTER – Sen. Ryan Aument (R-36) and Sen. Scott Martin (R-13) will be joining representatives from Bethany Christian Services and Little Springs Farm to break ground on an indoor equine therapy facility on Friday, Nov. 12, at 2 p.m. at Little Springs Farm, 1690 Reading Road, Mohnton.
The new indoor facility will allow foster children in the greater Lancaster area to receive equine therapy year-round.
During the ceremony, graduates from the equine therapy program will share their stories about the impact the program made on their adoption journey.
Bethany Christian Services is a nonprofit committed to changing the world through family, and Little Spring Farm is a recreational riding center offering equine therapy programs for children who have been adopted from the foster care system.
CONTACT: Stephanie Applegate, 717-787-4420