Join Us for the 2015 Riding Season!
We are Progressive Equestrian Therapeutic Services, Inc. Sponsored by the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission our non-profit organization operates out of Barn W-1 at the Prince George’s County Equestrian Center.
Our 100% volunteer staff provides skill based riding and horsemanship lessons, free of charge, to Prince George’s County residents dealing with various disabilities.
Please help out PETS by viewing the December Script Order Form to see if you can meet any of your needs by ordering Scrip Cards. It costs you nothing extra to use the cards. You get the full value of the cards and PETS gets a small rebate % on each card.
Thank you and Happy Holidays
The PETS Staff
Please check out the November Scrip order form here November Scrip Order. It is due to Clareen by November 6th. There is a large selection of useful cards for Holiday giving and most of your everyday shopping needs.
Remember, it doesn’t cost you anything extra (above the cost of the cards) to support our very worthwhile riding Program. The rebates (see the listed %’s on the order form) count as a tax deduction come April. So the more you order, the bigger the deduction!
Thank you for your order!
The PETS Board & Staff
The annual PETS Volunteer Appreciation Picnic will be held on Saturday, September 26th at the 4-H Patuxent Center from 1:00 to 5:00. Join us as our riders receive their Show Off awards and we thank all of our hardworking volunteers for all that they have given to the program this year.
Riders and their families are asked to bring one or more desserts to share. Additional information and directions can be found here VolAppPicnic_2015 RSVP if you will or will not be able to attend by calling the barn (301-627-4308) or emailing email@example.com
Desserts may include fresh fruit, etc.
Hope to see you there!!
This is one of our important fund raising methods that actually involves no other expenditure than what you would normally spend for your everyday and sometimes special occasions and purchases.
Thank you for your participation in this event which supports the PETS program. This time of year marks the start of our time away from the Equestrian Center until next April and with it the added expenses involved in providing winter homes for our horses (over $250.00/horse/month).
You can find the form here ScripOrderForm_Sep2015
The PETS Staff
Looking for a good excuse to skip cooking and dishes after a relaxing weekend??
You’ve got one!
On Monday… go out for lunch, take the night off from cooking, go out for happy hour or do some shopping in Franklin’s general store to support the Progressive Equestrian Therapeutic Services Program!
(yeah, those micro-brews count, too!)
- Where: Franklin’s Restaurant & General Store,
5123 Baltimore Avenue, Hyattsville, MD
- When: Monday, August 10th (11:00am -9:30pm)
- How: Turn in receipt to host, ask that it be included in PETS fundraiser (PETSearns 20%)
Note: Receipts from dining in, carryout and store purchases are included!
- Why: PETS horses could use the money for winter room and board
Please spread the word to your family and friends The Flyer is Here— everyone loves a good excuse to dine, drink, and shop at Franklin’s!
Thanks in advance for your generous support!
We have scheduled a “Work Day” for Saturday, July 18th, from 9AM to 12PM. We will be working in the turnout area and also cleaning stalls. If you can come out even for an hour that would be geat. We look forward to seeing you this Saturday.
Do More 24 Here! Today is the day!
Join PETS and The United Way of the National Capital Area in raising awareness and donations during Do More 24
PETS has a great opportunity through United Way’s DO MORE 24 campaign to raise funds for the care of our 4 footed friends, Herbie, Wesley, Jake, Romer, Ivy, Dancer and Romeo.
PETS’ riding lessons are provided without charge which equalizes the benefits of riding for all of our students with disabilities. All services to riders and horses are provided by a care of volunteers. This means that all money received goes to help keep the Program running and keeping our horses healthy and happy throughout the year.