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UPHA Announces Ribbons of Service Changes

The UPHA has made several exciting changes to its Ribbons of Service program! In an effort to include college students, the program participant age has increased to 21 & under. Participation levels have been developed as an incentive to reward youth with gifts and recognition for completing community service hours and collecting donations for their approved nonprofit charity.

Register for Ribbons of Service by June 30 and be entered into a drawing for a tote of horse items donated by Terry Bennett's Tack, approximate value $40.00.

The United Professional Horsemen's Association Ribbons of Service program teaches UPHA members, age 21 & under, the importance of community service by donating their time to those in need while learning the value of helping those less fortunate by raising money for charity. Since the program's inception participants in the Ribbons of Service program have collected and distributed over $368,000 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and other charities.

For additional program information, please visit the UPHA website at: UPHA Ribbons of Service

2018 UPHA Ribbons of Service Application

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