No One Trick Pony Baxter, Turning Point’s mini therapy horse, went back to school in a Big Way in March. He took books to EVERY First Grader at Sangre, Westwood, Richmond and Skyline. That’s 14 classroom and 4 libraries! The First Book distribution is a partnership between Turning Point Ranch and Pi Beta Phi sororityContinue reading “Baxter’s Book Delivery: To EVERY First Grader”
How does a “Salad Bar for Horses” spark communication and mobility for folks at the Life Center? It’s not as simple as it sounds…
Dedicated donors make it possibe for riders like Ander find success at Turning Point.
If you would love to do something that makes a real difference, Turning Point Ranch needs volunteers to make horseback riding happen for special kids.
Our riders have a lot of fun, but they’re also working on important life skills. Some need muscle tone or balance.
Kenzie Oefelein is the Senior PATH Instructor at Turning Point. In fact she’s been coming to the barn for more than 12 years – first as a volunteer, then Herd Manager, then Instructor. Now a grant from AmeriCorps – Oklahoma Opportunities – is funding her expertise as Volunteer Coordinator. Her new emphasis will be inContinue reading “Kenzie is AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator”
Mini horses like Rosie and Baxter make a big impact serving the community