Menlo Charity Horse Show
August 4 - 9, 2015
The Menlo Charity Horse Show, one of the nation’s top horse shows, took place in August. Horses and exhibitors come from all over the Western states, Canada, and Mexico to compete in the beautiful setting of the Menlo Circus Club in Atherton. Over the past 26 years, the Horse Show has raised more than $6M benefiting Vista Center.
View this beautiful short video, produced by the Menlo Charity Horse Show committee to show at its Friday Night Gala during the 2015 horse show. Katie is a Vista Center client and young mother who has had a progressive eye disease for many years. Her heartwarming story will help you more fully understand and appreciate the life-changing services offered by Vista Center.
Lucy Learns to Fly
This delightful book is for children and people of all ages, with its uplifting story and charming illustrations, and book sales benefit Vista Center. Two years ago, Lucy was a foal diagnosed with a condition that left her blind in one eye. Her owners, Linda Starkman and Deborah Oken, decided to write a story about Lucy and how she adapts to her impaired vision – much as our clients do. After visiting Vista Center and learning about our clients and services, Deborah wrote the story of Lucy. See Lucy as a foal and as a two-year old in this very short video.
For more information please visit The Menlo Charity Horse Show
Hats Off to Vista Center
Saturday, November 7th from 4:30 – 7 p.m. Aptos, CA.
Stay tuned for event details!
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