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KHC Awards Grant for Farm Worker Enrichment Center

Lexington, KY – The Kentucky Horse Council announced today the award of a $3,000 grant to Blue Grass Farms Chaplaincy to provide classroom materials for an Enrichment Center. 

The Enrichment Center will provide free classes, training, counseling, and health clinics to farm workers in at least 5 counties surrounding Lexington.  Programs offered will be English as a second language, parenting, and GED tutoring.  Additionally the center will provide free monthly health clinics.

"The Enrichment Center will be a great asset to farm workers and horse farm owners in Central Kentucky," stated Madelyn Millard, Kentucky Horse Council Board President.  "Education and wellness are vitally important to the success of every team; and the Horse Council is happy to promote both for horse farm workers."  

Services and classes at the Enrichment Center will be offered free to individuals working on horse farms and their families.  Additionally prospective horse farm workers can attend educational classes at no charge.  More information about the Blue Grass Farms Chaplaincy can be found online at or by calling 859-219-0910.

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