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FEBRUARY 2-27: DRIVE TO RIDE FUNDRAISER FOR SHEA CENTER

The J. F. Shea Therapeutic Riding Center is hosting a monthlong fundraiser to help provide financial aid for clients, as well as for horse care and programs for military families and veterans. The annual event has collectively raised more than $1 million over 10 years, and this year’s goal is $175,000. Clients are sharing their stories online, and clients can take photos of a horse cutout on-site. The narratives that raise the most money will receive incentives. sheacenter.org.

Colt Fasl, 16, rides the Shea Therapeutic Riding Center’s horse, Superman, during riding lessons on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Photo: Collin Breaux.

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