Pancakes with Peggy May 21st!
Join us for Breakfast! 9-Noon
Our first fundraiser of the year will be a sweet and sticky treat, with pancakes and sausage and loads of fun! No reservations needed.
Meet our Mascot Peggy, as she welcomes you to the farm.
This is a terrific time to find out more about Pegasus Springs and the programs we offer.
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Read the Press Release Below:
National City, MI - Pegasus Springs Therapeutic Riding Center will host their first major fundraising event on Saturday, May 21st, 9am-Noon with a Pancake Breakfast. Meet Mascot Peggy the Pegasus, as she welcomes you to the farm, along with staff and volunteers, the horses, chickens, and Peg and Gus the barn cats! This is a terrific time to find out more about Pegasus Springs' programs and Summer Camps, with sign-ups that day. First come, first served.
The menu includes pancakes, complete with a local favorite, Britt Family Pure Maple Syrup. along with sausage, juice and a coffee bar. Neighbors through the woods, Bill & Cyndie Britt will provide Britt's Pure Maple Syrup, along with other local grocery stores donating goods. No reservations are needed. A Free-will donation will be collected as you enter the property at 4800 Old State Road in National City, located Northeast of the M-65 & M-55 intersection. You can also donate on their website in advance. Suggested per person donation is $5. All donations will be for Capacity Building for the center's many expenses, and to continue providing the unique Equine Assisted Services to all of Northeast Michigan.
Offering hope to families is the mission of Pegasus Springs Therapeutic Riding Center, now in their 5th year. The non-profit serves children and adults with cognitive, emotional and physical disabilities in mounted and unmounted equine activities, as well as U.S. Military Veterans via their Huron Heroes & Horses program. Grants will be utilized this season to offer affordable participation in their programs in five counties this year for youth ages 8-18 within Iosco, Alpena, Alcona, Oscoda and Ogemaw counties through the Youth Advisory Council grants via the Community Foundation of Northeast Michigan. The focus for youth this year is addressing mental health in un-mounted Equine Assisted Activities and Learning. For information on how Pegasus Springs can help, or to donate online, visit www.pegasusspringsmi.com or call 989-820-1787