Work to Ride’s Summer Camp was recently featured in the media. From mucking stalls to riding tall, Philly kids Work to Ride Like the 30 or so other kids in the Work to Ride program, Mosiah had to prove himself by volunteering in the stables every day after school for three years. Once admitted to the program, they get a stipend — and some seasoned 11-year-olds make $100 a week. And when they turn 16, they’ll begin earning $8.50 an hour with 50-cent raises every six months.
Saturday September 15th 2:00 – 5:00 Wild Wild West at Tinicum Polo Club 974 River Rd/Rt 32 Erwinna, PA Gates open at 1:00 Pm $10.00 General Admission per carload Champagne Luncheon @ VIP Tent Silent and Chinese Auction Wild Wild West Tailgate Competition VIP Tent Tickets are Limited Get your tickets online here. Print the form below to: Become a Sponsor or take out an Ad in our program Care to Donate Items? Use the online form below. Auction Item Donation
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Middle School Tournament at Garrison Forest School Marisol Jimenez Hey there! My name is Marisol Jimenez, I am in sixth grade and I participate in the Work to Ride program. Work to Ride was especially made for inner-city youths that are at risk in their neighborhood. Work to Ride is a place where children, like me, can express themselves while learning how to care and, eventually, ride horses. Work to Ride is a safe haven where kids don’t have to worry about being in danger, while they’re having fun, they can just come and relax! Not very many children in a lifetime even get an opportunity to…