2018-05-03 / Neighbors

Unbridled art



Ever After Mustang Rescue volunteer Sharon Soule prepares the canvas for Halli to do her thing. Above right is the completed painting. Volunteers said could see an abstract painting of a horse in Halli’s creation. See more photos on page 13. (Molly Lovell-Keely photos) Ever After Mustang Rescue volunteer Sharon Soule prepares the canvas for Halli to do her thing. Above right is the completed painting. Volunteers said could see an abstract painting of a horse in Halli’s creation. See more photos on page 13. (Molly Lovell-Keely photos)

Want to help? Sponsors are sought for a May 26 event at Nonantum Resort in Kennebunk where Mona Jerome, director of rescue, will speak to the need for and work of the rescue and how the dynamics have changed during her 35-year journey. She will also speak about how the horses and work the rescue does daily serve as a connection, not necessarily to a moment in time, but to a minset of growth and an envrionment of honesty and respect. To become a sponsor or get tickets for the event, call 284-7721 or email mustangs1@ maine.rr.com. Other speakers at the event include John Steele, wild horse photographer; Mary A. Koncel, program specialist with the American Wild Horse Campaign, a national wild horse and burro advocacy organization and an adjunct instructor at the Center for Animals and Public Policy at the Tufts/Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine; and Daniel Boothby Jr., director of sports performance at Northeastern University and an Ever After Mustang Rescue board member who will address therapeutic programs the organization’s horses offer and the new partnerships that has created. Want to help? Sponsors are sought for a May 26 event at Nonantum Resort in Kennebunk where Mona Jerome, director of rescue, will speak to the need for and work of the rescue and how the dynamics have changed during her 35-year journey. She will also speak about how the horses and work the rescue does daily serve as a connection, not necessarily to a moment in time, but to a minset of growth and an envrionment of honesty and respect. To become a sponsor or get tickets for the event, call 284-7721 or email mustangs1@ maine.rr.com. Other speakers at the event include John Steele, wild horse photographer; Mary A. Koncel, program specialist with the American Wild Horse Campaign, a national wild horse and burro advocacy organization and an adjunct instructor at the Center for Animals and Public Policy at the Tufts/Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine; and Daniel Boothby Jr., director of sports performance at Northeastern University and an Ever After Mustang Rescue board member who will address therapeutic programs the organization’s horses offer and the new partnerships that has created.

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