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GWHEA to Host Spring Fling and Preview



The GWHEA Spring Fling will be held on March 22, 2014 at Ken Moore Stables located at 837 Wardlaw Rd, Hull, GA 30646. The preview will begin at 12 noon est., with a barbeque dinner, silent auction and social hour to follow at The Clubhouse, 3898 Neese-Commerce Rd., Hull, GA 30646. The GWHEA will provide the barbeque and soft drinks, and they ask that everyone bring a covered dish to share.

The preview is open to anyone who would like to bring a horse — colts, pleasure horses, show horses and horses for sale.  This will be a great opportunity to get your colts some experience and/or tune-up your new horse and rider combinations for show season!  It’s also for everyone who just can’t wait for show season to ride their horse! If you have a horse you want to sell, bring them out to be seen.

Please contact Martha Branson to donate items for the silent auction at 478-361-3105 or 478-743-7914. Items do not have to be horse-related so use your imagination and bring some unique items to donate to the auction.

Please contact Paula Cash regarding the bake sale at 770-207-1837 or 770-235-4476. The bake sale is traditionally one of the most popular fund-raisers.  Please bring baked items and desserts to contribute to the sale.  And don’t miss an opportunity to take home some goodies!

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