4-H Foundation Trail Ride planned Oct. 7-9 near Halsey
LINCOLN, Neb. – Enjoy a guided trail ride in the scenic Sandhills of Nebraska during the 2011 Nebraska 4-H Foundation Trail Ride at the Nebraska State 4-H Camp near Halsey.
Participants on the Oct. 7-9 ride will travel the trails in the Nebraska National Forest and enjoy delicious meals, family activities and great entertainment, said Stuart Shepherd, executive director of the Nebraska 4-H Foundation.
Those interested in the ride can bring their horses and join nearly 100 other horse enthusiasts at this fun-filled family weekend of horseback riding.
Early registration is $50 before the Sept. 26 deadline. Registrations postmarked after Sept. 26 are $65. Registration includes four trail rides, Saturday night dinner and Sunday breakfast.
Past participant Meghan Anderson of Guide Rock, Neb., said the event makes for a fun-filled weekend. “I enjoy the friendly atmosphere, the scenery and of course the Saturday night supper and the entertainment,” she said.
For the non-horseback riders, wagon rides are available. Lodging at the campsite and area motels also is available.
For more information and registration, visit the 4-H Foundation Trail Ride website at http://www.ne4hfoundation.org/events/trail-ride.
For questions/comments about the campsite contact Connie Cox, (308) 533-2224. For questions/comments about horses, parking, feed, etc. contact Gary Stauffer (402) 336-2760 or Dewey Teel (402) 887-5414.
Proceeds from the trail ride go to the Nebraska 4-H Foundation to help support many 4-H activities and events.
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