Become a "Barn Buddy"
You can become a Barn Buddy by helping with chores in the barn. Now that the riding season is over, remember just because we are done with the riding, the equines still need to be fed and cared for throughout the winter. Several of you have expressed an interest to assist with the chores of taking care of the horses. You have indicated you need to “get your horse fix!”. Well here is your opportunity. Become a “Barn Buddy”.
Currently we have several people assisting with the chores since the riding program has ended. These individuals include Slim Ray, Diane Thomas, Sheri Kleist, Kerry Peterson, Paige Giske, and Libbie Tuthill. A big thank you goes out to all of them for assisting with the chores and making things a little easier for everyone.
The times and days of the week, and yes even weekends, are all available. You can plan to spend about an hour assisting with the chores. The more help, the less work and time. Ken or others will assist you to learn what to do and how you can help. If you or your family would like to help out with feeding the horses, cleaning the stalls, enjoying the company of the horses and other volunteers, please let Ken know.
It is always fun to come to the barn.
Walk On Volunteer Opportunities:
Katy's Flower Gardens
Assisting the Instructor During the Riding Classes
Rider and Volunteer Check In
Horse Care: Vet, Farrier
Feeding Mornings or Afternoons
Board of Directors
Public Relations: Information Booth, Visiting Organizations, Story Telling, Distributing Flyers
Building Equipment for Class
Making Signs for Class
Assisting Riders During Class
Open House: Assisting with Planning, Organizing, and Set Up
Horse Training and Schooling
If you would like more information about becoming a volunteer,
contact Walk On at 715-425-2025 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No matter what your interest, Walk On appreciates your help. Thank you!