Local non-profit gets helping hand improving horse barn for therapy rides

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A local non-profit is getting a major helping hand today from the Home Depot Foundation.

The group has 20 volunteers working today at  “Children and Horses United in Movement”, or CHUM.

That’s a therapeutic horse riding center in Dansville that works with children and adults, both with and without, disabilities.

Home Depot is helping demolish some old horse stalls, put up a new fence and get the grounds ready for a new horse barn.

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