4-H seeks volunteers to teach horsemanship

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Butler County 4-H is looking for volunteers to teach horsemanship skills to youth. Volunteers will be able to start a 4-H horsemanship club that will not only teach youth horsemanship skills but also key virtues such as responsibility, accountability, and trustworthiness.

4-H is very flexible. The club can meet all year round, once a month, or only in the warmer months. However the volunteer would like to set it up. Location and times can be flexible to accommodate many busy schedules. Once volunteers have gone through the 4-H background check and orientation process they can start the horsemanship projects. 4-H has horse riding that includes: barrels, poles, and obstacles. There are also horse knowledge, such as hippology and horsebowl for youth to participate and compete in. For more information contact Caleb Stewart or Stephanie Milner at 686-8064.

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