As we near the end of 2020, we decided to take a look back on the year with a focus on gratitude. We have much to be grateful for in our first year at the new, permanent property! Take a look back on 2020 with us in the new Fall Newsletter.
This year has looked much different than any of us had anticipated, but through faithful giving, committed volunteers, and creative programming, Renew continues to help those in our community live more abundantly. Check out our Summer Newsletter today to see what’s happening at Renew.
Feeling creative and want something fun to do? Why not color a picture of your favorite horse at Renew? We’ve put together some coloring pages of the horses and thought we would turn it into a friendly competition. Follow this link to download one, or all, of the coloring pages (if you are unable to print the pages, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will mail them to you). When you’re finished with your masterpiece, mail it to Renew TRC at 5080 146th Ave, Holland MI 49423. Our panel of student and volunteer judges will pick their favorite (or favorites) and the winner(s) will get their picture on the stall of the horse they colored. Every picture sent in will be displayed in the arena for everyone to enjoy when lessons resume. Coloring pages can be mailed in for judges to review anytime before April 10. Let’s have some fun and fill the arena with your colorful creations! Happy coloring!
Renew Therapeutic Riding Center will be CLOSED to all participants, volunteers, guests, and staff members during the time period of March 23 – April 13. Please read the following to understand Renew Therapeutic Riding Center’s new and revised policies surrounding the COVID-19 virus, given Governor Whitmer’s Stay-At-Home order in effect at 12:01 am on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 continuing through Monday, April 13, 2020.
Renew Therapeutic Riding Center has created mitigation policies to ensure the safety of all participants, volunteers, caregivers, families, teachers, and staﬀ members during this time period with cases of COVID-19 being conﬁrmed in Michigan. We recognize that strategies are crucial to slowing the transmission of the virus until treatment is readily available. These policies are intended to protect those at risk of severe illness and those who may unknowingly transmit the virus to the most vulnerable in our community.
Please click here to read important updates and procedures that take effect immediately for everyone coming to Renew. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we navigate this together.
The Fall 2019 Newsletter is here! Inside you’ll find a building update and all the information about the holiday events and activities going on at Renew. Take a peek by clicking here.
There’s a lot going on at Renew and we can’t wait to share it with you! The Summer 2019 newsletter is available by clicking here. Inside you’ll find an update letter from Liz Krimendahl, new Board President, news about our 10th anniversary celebration weekend, a recap of the ground-breaking at the new location, and so much more.