SUBMITTED VTEA’s Dean and Sophie Bicknell, with Audrey Strebanuk, pull the lucky draw winner’s ticket.

Therapeutic riders thank supporters

Valley Therapeutic Equestrian Association held its 10th annual fundraising Pub Night

Valley Therapeutic Equestrian Association (VTEA) held its 10th annual Pub Night on Nov, 4, at the Murrayville Pub in Langley. It was a very successful night and the roast beef dinner was enjoyed by all.

There was a very diverse selection of silent auction items donated by various businesses in the valley.

VTEA has been proudly offering Hippotherapy and therapeutic riding to children and adults with any form of physical, mental and/or emotional disabilities for 35 years. Thanks go to supporters for all the participation and support.

VTEA’s riding facilities are located at 3330 256th St., Aldergrove. Please call 604-857-1267 or check out their website at www.vtea.ca for more information.

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