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  • Corral Riding Academy raising funds to keep safe haven for at-risk girls

    Lauren Pedeliski, 14, talks about her experience at Corral Riding Academy in Cary, a program that she says essentially saved her life. Corral Riding Academy is trying to raise $1 million by June to allow it to stay at its home in southern Cary. Go to corralriding.org to learn more about the program and to donate to the Forever Home campaign.

Lauren Pedeliski, 14, talks about her experience at Corral Riding Academy in Cary, a program that she says essentially saved her life. Corral Riding Academy is trying to raise $1 million by June to allow it to stay at its home in southern Cary. Go to corralriding.org to learn more about the program and to donate to the Forever Home campaign. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
Lauren Pedeliski, 14, talks about her experience at Corral Riding Academy in Cary, a program that she says essentially saved her life. Corral Riding Academy is trying to raise $1 million by June to allow it to stay at its home in southern Cary. Go to corralriding.org to learn more about the program and to donate to the Forever Home campaign. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

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