Hoedown at Buffs Club to aid iThemba Ranch

THE KEMPSTON Group will be hosting a charity “HoeDown” to help raise funds for an exciting new arts and crafts centre at iThemba Ranch.

NO HORSEYING AROUND: Gayle Flanegan, pictured, and the rest of the iThemba Ranch crew invite you to their ‘HoeDown’ fundraising event this weekend Picture: SUPPLIED

iThemba Ranch, previously known as Hope Ranch, assists children to cope with the multiple obstacles kids of today might face.

Whether it be divorce, a family crisis, learning or anger issues, the ranch is a welcoming place where children are paired with a horse and a leader to help them through their challenges.

“We operate on the idea of linking up a horse, a child and a leader. Children come from all sorts of backgrounds – some are dealing with emotional trauma, others with learning difficulties, experiencing abuse or dealing with family issues like divorce,” said co-founder of iThemba Ranch Gayle Flanegan.

The Kempston Group have come on board organising a charity hoedown for the organisation, which will take place this Saturday night at the Buffs Club.

The company has pulled out all the stops to ensure this event is a hit featuring dinner, line dancing, a mechanical bull, lucky draws and an auction, as well as a fantastic prize for the best-dressed cowboy or cowgirl.

Tickets are limited. However a handful are still available from Jamie Haynes on 078-120-2884.


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