Holiday at the Ranch SRD Straightening Reins
SRD Straightening Reins is happy to announce that the Foundation has moved to a new seven-acre ranch in Castaic. This new home allows SRD to grow its programs, has a great pasture where its herd can run and the new site has easy access from the five freeway.
Deborah Rocha, Executive Director, would like to thank all of the volunteers who assisted with the move, who continue to donate and sponsor the animals and who also spent hours at the Canyon Country site offering support to our community members who arrived after the tragic incident at Saugus High.
The Mission of SRD has always been to provide a safe place for youth and families and to address emotional challenges while visiting with the herd. The horses and other animals at SRD will listen and provide comfort. Private sessions are available through the use of the EAGALA model, including the mental health staff, the equine specialist and members of the SRD therapy herd.
We hope you will visit us at our upcoming fundraiser on Saturday, December 14th from 2:00 to 5:30 pm. The theme is “Holiday at the Ranch” and we’ll have fun activities for the entire family. We will provide Nibbles, Bites and Sweets. Coffee and hot chocolate for all. Take a photo with Santa Claus and his reingoats, Decorate a keepsake ornament with the kids. Visit the horses, chickens and donkeys…oh my! Shop for the perfect gift. Win a prize in the Raffle, Check the sponsor wall and give a gift. And watch the tree lighting. Our new location is at 30625 Hasley Canyon Road in Castaic. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for kids, ages three to 14. We are also offering a family pack for two adults and two kids for $40. Free parking. To sponsor this event contact Alexander Hafizi at 661-294-4444 ext 107. Please visit our website at https://srdstraighteningreins.org/ for more information and to RSVP.
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