EAGLE SCOUT SERVICE PROJECTS

As a non-profit, Strides thrives off of volunteers committing to serve.  We happily work alongside Eagle Scouts as they complete their service projects at Strides Therapeutic Horsemanship Center in an effort to make Strides a better place for human and horse connections.

If you would like to complete your project at Strides, please contact Melissa or Jenn at (509) 492 - 8000.

CURRENT PROJECT NEEDS

  1. Horse shelters - can complete any number of them, 16 are needed in total.  Main posts have been placed in the ground in 7 of the 16 pens.

  2. Family waiting area -- shade cover & bleachers

  3. O2 facility

  4. Registration office -- Airstream modification?

  5. Ramp into tack shed

  6. New pasture fenced

  7. Volunteer rest break area

  8. Feeding station extension

  9. Additions to pre-existing sensory trail -- bridge, varied walking paths, trees

  10. Second roundpen

  11. Improvements to road / driveway

  12. Signage with new logo

PAST EAGLE SCOUT SERVICE PROJECTS

Sensory Trail -- 5 stations

Congratulations to Jacob Kempton of Troop 237, recipient of the Council Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award. For his project, he and volunteers created a therapeutic sensory trail for Strides Therapeutic Horsemanship Center in Pasco, which offers adaptive riding and hippotherapy. While on horseback, clients interact with the five stations. The project’s trail is used for physical, occupational, and/or speech therapy and is a rich learning environment providing treatment disguised as fun.

Wash Racks & East Fence Line completion

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