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Therapeutic center empowers riders for 30 years

Bellingham nonprofit offers adaptive horse riding lessons for people with disabilities

Volunteer Nota Tsitsiragos leads Michelle Tremblay on Leonardo from the ramp that helps riders mount the horse.
Volunteer Nota Tsitsiragos, left, leads Michelle Tremblay on Leonardo from the ramp mounting station as program director Hilary Groh watches Aug. 15 at the Northwest Therapeutic Riding Center. The center provides recreational riding classes for dozens of people with disabilities each year. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jaya Flanary Digital Editor/Designer
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