Horse Helpers host open house April 19
Horse Helpers of the High Country, a nonprofit equine rescue
organization, will host a spring open house on Saturday, April 19, from 1 to 4 p.m., featuring barn
tours, children’s activities, refreshments and information about Horse Helpers’ mission.
The open house will be held at Wisteria Farm, located at 1199 Odes Wilson Road in Zionville.
Children’s activities include face painting, Easter egg decorating and pony rides, while attendees will have the opportunity to learn about Horse Helpers’ mission, meet the horses that have been rescued and find out ways to become involved with the organization through volunteer and internship opportunities.
For more information, email Amy Hudnall at (email@example.com)
About Horse Helpers of the High Country
Horse Helpers of the High Country, incorporated in 2004 as a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation, is the only equine rescue serving Watauga, Ashe and Avery counties in North Carolina, as well as Johnson County, Tenn.
The mission of Horse Helpers is to give sick, abused and unwanted horses a second chance. The organization provides treatment and rehabilitation for horses seized by law enforcement and animal control. It also provides a forum for education on animal care and humane communication. For more information, visit http://www.horsehelpersnc.org.