Don't forget "the mane event" Saturday. Hearts and Hooves of Lubbock and Windy Hills Therapy have teamed up once again to raise money to provide therapeutic services to those in our community with special needs.
There will be a BBQ dinner - with trail rides, entertainment, a silent auction, and lots of prizes. Child care is available too. The fun begins Saturday at 5 o'clock. Tickets are $10.
"Windy Hills Therapy" is located in the 6900 Armadillo Road. Just go West on 19th Street, 3.5 miles past the Reese stoplight, then turn left, there will be signs pointing the way.
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