What Horses Can Teach Us
We have all experienced loss, the feeling of loneliness, or the struggle to find direction or comfort. Answers have come for many while working with horses.
Learn how The Red Barn is giving low-income children with disabilities those same answers. Be encouraged, and learn how you can help! Join us for lunch and the opportunity to hear what horses can teach us.
This event will be located at the beautiful The Club and will benefit The Red Barn. Also, we are proud to honor our award winners at the luncheon.
Amy Traylor and Laura Hopson with The University of Alabama are the winners of the Anita Cowart Mentorship Award. Mrs. Cowart was a mentor who inspired our mission. This award is presented to someone who continues to inspire and motivate our staff.
Beth Holloway is the winner of the Karen Reed Supporter Award. This is an award that represents a supporter who has been an advocate and has shown support beyond their own means.
Caroline Joiner is the winner of the Love Cowart Intern Award. This is presented to an intern who went above and beyond the requirements and commitment asked of them.
Alesia Christopher is the winner of the Allison Morhard Volunteer Award.This award is presented to an outstanding volunteer who committed to have the character and commitment to create a great impact on our students.
The luncheon will be held on March 3, 11:30-1:00.
For more information, please contact Grace@TheRedBarn.org.