Parkwood Farms Equestrian Competition Team - New Riding Uniforms for Athletes Uniform Closet
Parkwood Farms Equestrian Competition Team - New Riding Uniforms for Athletes' Clothing Closet
Parkwood Farms Therapy Center has been accredited as their own Competition Equestrian Team: Parkwood Farms Equestrians! Team members diagnosed with Autism, Down syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Emotional/Behavioral Disorders and many other labels, find a sense of pride in making our team. We want our athletes (two-legged and four-legged) to look their best as they shine in the competition ring. Please join us in showing support of our athletes and funding uniforms they can wear with Pride!
Jul 22, 2015
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About This Project:
All life is precious. All life is fragile. The magic of life happens when we come together, no matter how precious and fragile, and create stronger, enabled and confident. That's why we are here. That's what we do.
Parkwood Farms Therapy Center (PFTC) has been the training center for the Gwinnett County Schools Equesdtrian Team for the past 10 years. Dr. Marilyn Peterson coached the athletes that were members of that team and participated in those competitions. PFTC is proud to announce that Parkwood Farms Equestrians has recently become an accredited competition team representing PFTC. Now it is time for us to outfit our athletes in proper riding attire to reflect our new status! Over the years the team has maintained a "Uniform Closet" that consisted of gently used and hand-me-down uniforms. Ten years has taken its toll on our inventory and what we are able to offer our athletes. Normal wear and tear; along with growing athletes has made our "Uniform Closet" practically obsolete. WE need YOUR help to outfit our athletes with riding uniforms that fit (as you can see in some of the old photos not all uniforms fit properly). This will also allow us to have matching jackets pants and shirts instead of the mismatched jackets, worn out pants and the "not-returned" blouses we have now. All uniforms purchased will allow us to dress our athletes in style and update our "Uniform Closet". The only thing we ask of the parents/athletes for the use of the uniforms is that they have them dry cleaned and returned to the "Uniform Closet" in the condition that they borrowed them.
Parkwood Farms Equestrian's competition team is in need of new riding uniforms to update their Uniform Closet to attend local and state horse shows. Also, our four legged team members need new garb to look as good as our athletes. This will help all of them shine like the Super Stars that they are when they make their debut in the competition ring representing Parkwood Farms Therapy Center! Each Rider needs: (approx cost $475 per athlete) 1- Navy riding jacket (solid) 1- Riding khaki (light colored) breeched / jodhpurs 2- Lavender Equestrian show Blouse (girls) 1- White dress shirt (boys) 1- Purple necktie (boys) 1- Pair Black Paddock boots 1- Pair Black Half-Chaps 1- Black belt 1- Black velvet helmet cover Each Team Horse needs: (approx cost $ 250 per horse) 1- Saddle blanket (purple) with logo embroidered on both sides 1- Purple halter 1- Purple lead rope 1- Stall sheet for travel 1- Pair shipping boots
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