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Smiling Goat Ranch in Carbondale was the host site of the Go Autism Family Fun Walk held May 22. The event was held to bring the healing effects of horses, movement, nature and supportive community to help kids with autism and veterans with PTSD. On horseback are Sallie Bernard (left), founder of Ascendigo, a local autism camp, and Sheryl Barto.
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