Today campers decorated their picture frames and made individual art work pieces to be entered into the Orange County Fair. They painted with fruits and vegetables for their individual art work entry.
In horse education they learned about the different breeds, colors, markings and genders of horses!
Campers continued getting their "riding legs" back in the riding section of camp and began trotting today-- their favorite part of camp!
For entertainment Deputy Myers of the Orange County Sheriffs Office and his K-9 Loki, attended camp to preform a K-9 Demonstration. W.A. Hogsten and his arson investigator dog, Quaker also showed the campers an arson investigation!
NBC29 came out to visit camp today and aired their segment on the 5pm news that night. You can find a link to the video and article at http://www.nbc29.com/story/19047832/summer-camp-for-kids-with-disabilities-offers-equine-opportunity