“I have two passions: Kids and horses,” says Katlyn Lukenbill, who managed to work both into her Girl Scout Gold Award project. Here she walks next to Patrick Chapman, who rides Beasy at the Sugar Creek Equinapy therapy center in Harrisonville. The center was the focus of Lukenbill’s project.
“I have two passions: Kids and horses,” says Katlyn Lukenbill, who managed to work both into her Girl Scout Gold Award project. Here she walks next to Patrick Chapman, who rides Beasy at the Sugar Creek Equinapy therapy center in Harrisonville. The center was the focus of Lukenbill’s project. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
“I have two passions: Kids and horses,” says Katlyn Lukenbill, who managed to work both into her Girl Scout Gold Award project. Here she walks next to Patrick Chapman, who rides Beasy at the Sugar Creek Equinapy therapy center in Harrisonville. The center was the focus of Lukenbill’s project. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

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