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April 10, 2014

Community Night

EAST KINGSTON — Wings & Hooves Therapeutic Riding, Inc. is honored to be the featured nonprofit organization at Kume Japanese Steak House in Epping, as part of their “Community Night” fundraising on Tues., April 15, from 3:00–10:00 p.m. Kume is located on Rte. 125 in Epping, in the Brickyard Square shopping plaza. They offer a wide array of mouthwatering Japanese dishes (vegetarian too!) and delicious desserts.

Step on out with your family, friends and coworkers, celebrate spring at this special fundraiser. Be sure to give their flyer to your server and Kume will donate fifteen-percent of your bill to Wings & Hooves! Flyers are available online at www.wingsandhooves.org, on their Facebook page www.facebook.com/WingsandHooves, and at their display table at the restaurant. Or call the office 603-642-3722 to make arrangements to pick some up.

Thank you for supporting the students at Wings & Hooves; a nonprofit organization, located in East Kingston, that provides therapeutic riding instruction and horsemanship activities to children and adults with special needs and life-altering challenges.

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