Black cat missing. Call 563-2058 (Cat is still missing as of 9/19)9/1 - A black cat (some white on the chest) is missing in Cabot in the area of the intersection of Plains Road and Bricketts Crossing Road. This is the intersection where West Shore Road ends. 563-2058. See map Rhythm of the Rein schedule of eventsHere is the schedule. Description from Rhythm of the Rein: "Some of the events are free and some are fundraisers. We are working hard to bring more awareness to veterans about what equine assisted activities can do for veterans who are struggling. I have met an amazing man (please take 15 minutes to view his vimeo documentary that I have attached a link to below). His mission for the rest of his life (however long that might be) is to help even just ONE veteran and keep spreading the word and helping more. I am sure you have heard the statistics - each day 22 veterans commit suicide. He is one that avoided this fate because of horses, and we have one who because of getting involved with our program says the same thing - "the horses LITERALLY saved my life". These upcoming events are two fold - educate as to what we do, and raise funds so no veteran is ever asked to pay for their participation. Rhythm of the Rein. Link to rob foley video Vimeo link below; just key in password; teams2 ... in the access box and using your mouse (not ENTER bar) click "access". NO need to click "HD" in bottom right of Vimeo, for that can make the documentary skip. "A Different Journey-Full Circle""See the WCAX Interview of 4/14/2014
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