Runnin' WJ Ranch

Benefit Trail Ride and Silent Auction

At the Mule Camp, Saturday, April 11

Riders and wagons leave at 10:00 am and back around 4:30 pm.


There will be a pause in the trail ride for lunch, so please bring a sack lunch with you. Hamburgers will be provided by Runnin' WJ Ranch for supper.


Donations are welcome!

Runnin' WJ Ranch Annual Benefit Trail Ride

Saturday, April 11th, 10am

562 County Road 3559 Queen City, Texas 75572

Directions:

From Texarkana, TX: Go South on US Highway 59 for about 15 miles. You will see a church on the right and country road 3660. Turn right at 3660. You will come to a T in the road. Turn Left on 3659. Go about a quarter mile and turn right at the next church on 3559. Follow 3559 around a right angle turn. Soon you will see the fence and gate of the Mule Camp. Make a right hand turn into the gate. You are there.


DON'T PASS THE GATE OR YOU WILL WIND UP AT THE END OF A DEAD END ROAD AND IT IS HARD TO TURN A BIG RIG AROUND DOWN THERE.


From Atlanta, TX: Go North on US Highway 59 about 15 miles from the Walmart and Tractor Supply until you get to County Road 3660. Turn left onto 3660. The directions are the same as above from there.


FOR MORE INFORMATION: CONTACT KAREN AKIN AT (903) 293-9701 or (903) 838-3223.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Agenda

The trail ride will begin at 10:00 am (LEAVING TIME). We will pause for a sack lunch, so please bring one with you.


We will be back to the main camp around 4:30 pm. A hamburger supper provided by Runnin' WJ Ranch will follow the ride.

Runnin' WJ Ranch Therapeutic Center, Inc.

Runnin' WJ Ranch, a Christian non-profit organization, opened its doors for therapeutic riding classes in September of 2001. The core of the operation is its over 400 volunteers. Runnin' WJ Ranch is a PATH International Premier Accredited Center (www.pathintl.org). Runnin' WJ Ranch is under the direction of Executive Director, Sam Clem, and is funded by organizations, foundations and individual donors

Jackie and Donna Bryant's Mule Camp

We are located near Queen City, Texas. Mule Camp
abuts the Corp of Engineer Land that surrounds Lake
Wright Patman. We have access to miles and miles of
equestrian trails that range over the 35,000 acres
surrounding the lake. It is a great place to ride. Trails can
be easy or challenging. It's a good place for human
youngsters to ride and a good place to ride equine
youngsters.

The terrain is flat to hilly, with many stream and log
crossings. Some trails wander along side the lake shore.
We are in deep East Texas Piney woods forest. We
frequently spot deer, feral pigs, reptile, coon, rabbits,
squirrels, bob cat, possum, wild turkey, hawk, eagle,
coyote, fox, and armadillo