Registration open for equine mini camps
The NCTC Equine Department will host mini summer camps this June to teach children how to ride horses, and registration is now open.
The camps are designed for children ages 8 to 15, and cost $175 a session.
The camps offered are:
• Beginner I camp, June 10-12, for children with no previous riding experience;
• Beginner II camp, June 17-19, for riders who are very confident in walking; and
• Beginner III camp, June 24-26, for riders who are very confident in trotting.
In addition to learning to ride, students will learn about horse theory, parts of the horse, parts of the saddle and equine nutrition.
To register or for more information, contact equine science instructor Bill Kaven, who will lead the camp, at 940-668-7731 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration forms are available online at www.nctc.edu/AgricultureHome/EquineCenter .
Students return from trip to Memphis
Ten students have returned to campus after attending a “Leadership on the Move” trip to Memphis, Tenn.
The trip, organized by NCTC Student Life, took students to visit Graceland, the National Civil Rights Museum and the Pink Palace Museum. Additionally, they stopped in Little Rock, Ark.