Peggy Brittain, director presents to Sheila Lebrun, president Snider Mountain Adventures Inc. a grant cheque for $5,000 to help with costs of the “New Horizons” program for at risk youth. One weekend a month for 12-months youth attend the camp “to give them the opportunity and confidence to see their future possibilities in a whole new way” said Constable ---, RCMP and a founding volunteer. Sheila Lebrun agrees and said, “We have some youth who don’t want to leave when it’s time because they are enjoying it so much.” Volunteers and staff make sure the time is well spent with healthy meals, games, crafts and riding some of the ranch horses. The New Brunswick Children’s Foundation is a proud sponsor of this wonderful program to support our youth! Anyone interested in the program either to volunteer or donate can contact Snider Mountain Adventures at www.snidermountainranch.ca.

Kids Grow Self-Esteem

Peggy Brittain, director presents to Sheila Lebrun, president Snider Mountain Adventures Inc. a grant cheque for $5,000 to help with costs of the “New Horizons” program for at risk youth.

One weekend a month for 10-months youth attend the camp “to give them the opportunity and confidence to see their future possibilities in a whole new way” said Les Drost, RCMP and volunteer who initiated program in the fall of 2016.

Volunteers and staff make sure the time is well spent with healthy meals, games, crafts, outdoor activities such as skating, sliding and riding the ranch horses.  Activities are chosen to inspire the children in the areas of social skills, self-confidence and work skills.

The New Brunswick Children’s Foundation is a proud sponsor of this wonderful program to support our youth!

Anyone interested in the program either to volunteer or donate can contact Snider Mountain Adventures at www.snidermountainranch.ca.