Monday, April 10, 2006

April 2006 "Chat Page"


For sale: over truck camper, all the comforts of home. The camper is ready to go. Contact Donna Gains at (828)389-1186.
For sale: two tents, a camp stove (new in box), a double air flow bed in good condition, great for when company comes, very comfortable. Camper/van-has everything and it’s ready to go. There’s a port-a-potty new, if interested call, Sue or Larry at (706) 374-7605.
I’m still looking for any fence poles for the place to keep the horse for Rose on Cold Branch Rd.
Our next meeting is April 13th at 7 pm at the bank, Hope to see you all there and share the pictures of the ride and the work at Bristol Horse camp.
Get better soon Peggy G. We miss you!!!!!!!
Thanks so much to Joe Shook and his crew for all the hard work they put in up at Bristol Horse camp. Joe had to give up a few days of campaigning to head up this job. Best of luck to you Joe! Everyone please remember to vote May 2nd.
Looking for a used light weight saddle. Call Esther at (828) 389-3434

Thursday, April 06, 2006

April 2006 Newsletter

Hello Everyone,

Well I have great news for you all. The St. Jude Ride was a
huge success ! Our little club earned more then $3,000.00!!
We had 23 riders and I think everyone had a good time. I'm so proud of this club. We had helpers signing up people and trail bosses to watch for the safety of the group. I thank all of you for such a wonderful day. Just think, your hard work may be the money needed to save a child's life. God Bless you all!

We also gave out some gifts after the ride, the lucky winners were Sharon Goggins, Judy Greenstone, Wendy Devine, Charlie Devine, Donna Wright, Paula Wilde, and Rose Goyette. We met new riders, Amanda Harper, from Andersons Cowboy Store in Blairsville, Nora Starks from Brasstown, Jenny Ingmire on her 23 yr old palomino, and guess who rode the whole loop for the first time Judy Bundy. Thanks to Paula Wilde for helping get Judy over the fear of riding after a fall. You both did a great job!! Judy Greenstone got to ride the loop with her daughter Suzanne, it was good to see them riding together in their "chinks". Bud Ashe rode a mule that was the cutest thing, everyone enjoyed seeing him ride that mule, thanks Bud. Oh, I could go on and on, it was just a great day!!

Our project for Trail Trotters is done up at Bristol Horse Camp. The high ties are up and they look great. Some riders stopped to say how good we did and thanked us for getting rid of those stalls. A big thanks to Joe Shook and his crew. We will have a great day on June the 3rd. And clean up the camp and sign our poles.


Happy Trails, Esther