A HUGE THANK YOU TO
LAPEER COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
FOR THEIR MOST GENEROUS GRANTS THIS YEAR
WHICH WILL CONTINUE THE SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS FOR THE
LAPEER SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKING PART IN OUR PROGRAM
AND
FUNDS TO PROVIDE OUR FACILITY OF A MUCH NEEDED GENERATOR.
YOUR HELP IS VITAL TO OUR SUCCESSFUL OPERATION
Leader Assessment
Saturday, December 13, 10-1130am
New Volunteer Orientation
Tuesday, December 9, 6-8pm
Saturday, December 13, 12-2pm
MISSION STATEMENT
Banbury Cross Therapeutic Equestrian Center has been established to
better the quality
of life for people with special needs through therapeutic equestrian
activities.
The center provides the opportunity for each rider to develop to his or her
greatest potential. Through training and involvement of staff and
volunteers, Banbury Cross
also hopes to strengthen understanding toward people with special
need
s.

Thanks to EVERYONE who made our
2014 Derby Day Celebration
the most successful in the history of Banbury Cross
VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION DATES

May 6 (Tuesday) 6PM - 8PM
May 10 (Saturday) 10AM - 12 noon
Dr. Denise Burbary-Muston wins the PATH
International Region 4 veterinarian of the year.

Click on the photo of Dr. Denise at the left to
discover why she is the best.
Banbury Cross is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable corporation.
MISSION STATEMENT
Banbury Cross Therapeutic Equestrian Center has been established to better the quality
of life for people with special needs through therapeutic equestrian activities.
The center provides the opportunity for each rider to develop to his or her greatest potential.
Through training and involvement of staff and volunteers, Banbury Cross
also hopes to strengthen understanding toward people with special need
s.
Banbury Cross TEC is a PATH International (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship)  
fully accredited organization. Banbury Cross TEC has spearheaded programs with Oxford and Lapeer
area schools' special education classes and have also had the privilege of being chosen as one of a
select few centers to receive funding through the Wounded Warrior Project. Recently we have begun to
offer Equine Assisted Psychotherapy sessions with Lapeer County Community Mental Health.  Even as
we continue to grow and diversify our programming, we are constantly assessing our participants'
needs and the needs of our community to adequately expand our services.
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A  HUGH THANK YOU
to

The Phillip and Elizabeth Filmer Memorial Charitable Trust
through the Comerica Charitable Services Group who have once again provided
Scholarship Grants to those needy riders living in Oakland County
.
A
lso, we are able to continue our sixth year in partnership with the
Oxford School District and in particular their autism spectrum disorder classroom.
This grant will also provide those riders in Oakland County, previously attending the
Amazing Wings center located in Goodrich, to be included in our program.