TROtt Holiday Cards are available to order!
Pre-orders will be taken until October 17th and cards will arrive at TROtt no later than November 15th.
Price: $15 for 10 cards (includes envelopes)
Paper: Printed with a high gloss coating for a smooth, shiny finish
Size: 5”x 7” (vertical)
Inside: “Wishing you a wonderful holiday season and a joyous New Year!”
Click here to download the order form. Only cash or cheques payable to the Therapeutic Riding Association of Ottawa-Carleton will be accepted.
Please return completed forms to TROtt with payment on or before October 17th, 2015.
CALLING ALL RIDERS, SUPPORTERS AND VOLUNTEERS!
Sunday October 25th 2015 @ 6pm
If you would like to attend, tickets are now available:
$35.00 (Youth 6-12 years)
Corporate tables for 6 @ $370.00
Tickets are available through the TROtt office or please e-mail Lisa-Marie @ firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to donate to the silent auction, please e-mail Victoria @ email@example.com
Over $400 was raised for TROtt at the auction! So many wonderful people to thank!
- Pamela Heath from Rare Breeds Canada for thinking of TROtt as the recipient of the auction proceeds at Horse Day on Saturday September 5th held at Upper Canada Village!
- Bruse Henbest, coordinator at Upper Canada Village for allowing TROtt to be part of their fundraising auction.
- John Mills, the wonderful artist who painted the Canadian mare and foal and then donated the painting to the auction for TROtt.
- Arnold Lafave a teamster at Upper Canada Village for creating the wonderfully conceived walking cane and a rustic wooden “scene” on a cross-section of a pine log, which were also donated to the auction for TROtt.
Finally but certainly not least, Robert Filliol who purchased the painting AND the cane on Saturday! The painting was for his daughter Stephanie’s birthday!
We have invited Stephanie and her family to visit TROtt to see first hand where the money raised will be spent.
Sadly we have lost another great member of the TROtt herd. Myles became very ill and in spite of great efforts by Dr Smith he was not able to survive. Myles joined the TROtt herd in 2008. He had only driven up to that point but he soon adapted to the job here and helped many riders in the 7 years that he was with us.
Myles galloped over the rainbow bridge on Saturday July 25th. We will miss him and his cheeky pony ways.