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Thank you Megan (a testimony)

Hi Cheri,

I want to share this story with you during this season of Thanksgiving.

My granddaughter, Inara took riding lessons at PLP last summer. Megan was her trainer.

I was watching The Lion King with my Grands the other day and there is a part where the characters talk about having a motto (Kuna Matata). Parker asked Inara what a motto was. She explained it’s like a Mission Statement. Her very wise 5th grade teacher has challenged his students to think about their futures and consider their outlook on life. She told us her mission statement was “To look up for opportunity” . She got the idea from Megan who told her Chance 2 would go where Inara was looking. If she wanted him to jump she needed to look up.

Another example of the impact your program is having on people’s lives.❤️ Our great thanks and appreciation.

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