The Mid-South Horse Show Association Hosts 28th Annual Charity Event to Benefit Youth Town

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The 28th annual charity horse show will provide funds to help young men and women battle addiction through Youth Town's Christ-centered and adventure-based program.

“It’s such a wonderful way to support the work that Youth Town does and be a part of a great community-building organization.” -- Cynthia Wright, event chairperson

The 28th annual Charity Horse Show hosted by the Mid-South Horse Show Association will be held rain or shine Saturday, July 11, 2015, at 6 p.m. in Pugh Bourne Park, 343 Oakfield Road. The event will again benefit Youth Town.

Admission is free and includes pony rides, a petting zoo, an Elvis impersonator, a silent auction and concessions.

Horses and riders from around the country will participate in the fundraiser which last year raised more than $15,000 for Youth Town.

The silent auction benefiting the Eden Project, a rehabilitation program for young women, will include trips to Perryville Marina and Cuba Landing.

Event chairperson Cynthia Wright expects approximately 1,500 people attend the annual show. “It’s such a wonderful way to support the work that Youth Town does and be a part of a great community-building organization,” she said.

Youth Town is an accredited residential treatment center for substance dependence. A nonprofit, Youth Town’s goal is to provide irreversible life change for young men through Christ-centered and adventure-based experiences. For more information about Youth Town’s mission, visit www(dot)youthtown(dot)net or call 731-988-5651.

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