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Rides to raise funds

By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

NORMAN PARK, GA (WALB) – Some folks passed the day with hay rides and trail rides at a Norman park farm Saturday to raise money for a good cause.

Several people got on horseback for a two hour horse ride to help support the Georgia Sheriff's Association Boy's Ranch.

The ranch gives boys and girls a chance to experience the outdoors.

Patrons paid up to 45 dollars for rides and a day of activities at Warrior Creek Farms.

"It helps show people what kind of fun you can have riding horses and show everyone a good time. It's $35 to bring your horse out and ride it's $45 if you rent one of our horses right here, $6 for a hay ride, you've got hamburgers and hot dogs, and you can just come out and watch the band if you want," said Lewis Hurst, Warrior Creek Farms.

In addition to the music visitors will have a marshmallow roast.

The fundraiser continues tomorrow. Click here to contact Warrior Creek Farms for more information.

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