Local family featured on 'Extreme Makeover'

The Baltimore Sun

So what did Extreme Makeover: Home Edition build for the family of Renee Sherrard-Luther in Port Deposit? You can see tonight.

The feel-good show chose Sherrard-Luther, a widow who operates a nonprofit therapeutic riding center on her horse ranch in Cecil County, for a new house and other enhancements because of the recent loss of her husband and her work helping disabled adults and children.

Her Freedom Hills Therapeutic Riding Center is in its 25th year, providing horseback riding lessons to disabled people regardless of ability to pay.

The episode is scheduled to be shown at 8 p.m. on ABC-TV. Locally, that's channels 2 and 7.

WMAR, Channel 2, plans to air a live special, Extreme Maryland Makeover: Behind the Build, immediately before the episode at 7 p.m.

Next Sunday, The Sun's Real Estate section goes behind the scenes to find out how Maryland builder Clark Turner completed the house in just one week.

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