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SUMMER- Hollow Farms

Fox Hollow Farm
Fox Hollow Farm plans camps this summer.
May 14 ó Fox Hollow Farm Hunter Horse Show III.
June 13-17 ó Fox Hollow Farm Horsemanship Camp Session I.
June 27-July1 ó Fox Hollow Farm Horsemanship Camp Session II.
July 11-15 ó Fox Hollow Farm Horsemanship Camp Session III.
July 25-29 ó Fox Hollow Farm, Horsemanship Camp Session IV.
Sept. 10 ó Fox Hollow Farm Hunter Horse Show IV.
Oct. 22 ó Fox Hollow Farm Hunter Horse Show V.
Dec. 19-23 ó Fox Hollow Farm Holiday Horse Camp
For complete information, contact Fox Hollow Farm, Lee Ann Weber, 2895 Bradshaw Road, Mooresville, NC 28115; call 704-661-6269; email fhf@bellsouth.net; websites, www.foxhollowfarmnc.com, www.foxhavenponies.com.
Happy Farm camps
Happyís Farm gates open at 7 a.m. and pickup is by 6 p.m., June 15-Aug. 17, for Buckeroos ages 5-15.
Happyís Farm Summer Camp is a camp with a western theme and atmosphere. Each day the children will check into Happyís Western Hotel and then embark on a day filled with exciting adventures. There are horses, donkeys, cows and other barnyard critters for them to appreciate and love.
Throughout the summer, children will have a variety of educational learning experiences, as well as hands on crafts and projects, and the opportunity to care for some of Godís special creatures.
At Happyís Farm children will explore the Wild West and learn of the hardships and victories that made American what it is today.
Happyís Farm is at 985 Parks Road, Salisbury; 704-279-5268 or www.happysfarm.org.

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