Giz-A-Goo, which means “wise old man” in Micmac, is a rescued horse from Whitingham, who has found a new life and a new fan club. The nine members of the Whitingham Reins 4-H Club have adopted him, said the Deerfield Valley News. The horse was given to the club by Donna Ray who got him from the Humane Shelter but who wanted a family with kids who could spend more time with him than she could. The new 4-H club was the answer. The club provides education, training, and experience with horses to local children ages 8-13. The kids learn about the general care and feeding of horses, with Giz-A-Goo being the “silent teacher.” The club is looking for new members and donations. Contact club organizer Wanda Walkowiak at 802-368-2020 if you need more information or would like to donate equipment or money to cover feed and other expenses. You’ll get info right from the horse’s mouth.
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