Kenneth McCreedy, executive director of Maryland Therapeutic Riding, accepts a check for $5,000 from Tower Federal Credit Union's Carrie Geyer. Tower was a major sponsor of MTR's Live On The Farm Benefit Concert, which raised close to $200,000 for the nonprofit organization.
(Photo courtesy Tower Federal Credit / November 11, 2013)
Tower Federal Credit Union was a major sponsor of Maryland Therapeutic Riding's annual Live On The Farm benefit concert, which was held Sept. 27 at MTR's 26-acre farm in Crownsville. The concert included a live and silent auction, and raised close to $200,000. Performers included Grammy award-winning Ricky Skaggs and local favorites the Hard Traveler.
A nonprofit organization, Maryland Therapeutic Riding uses horses to improve the quality of life of special needs children and adults, and retired and active-duty wounded soldiers and their families. To learn more about MTR's programs, go to horsesthatheal.org.
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