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Friday, November 22, 2013 7:36 PM

Horse lovers organizing saddle club

By CLINTON DICK, Herald Staff Writer

KC Bond and Kooper Bond, Williamsburg, Amy Andrews, Baldwin City, Susan Mayhan, rural Quenemo, and Chanda Smith, Princeton, pose with Bond and Mayhan’s horses Friday near Mayhan’s home in rural Franklin County. The group is spearheading an effort to start a saddle club in Franklin County. The first meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Dec. 9 at Sirloin Stockade 2230 S. Princeton St., Ottawa. (Photo by Clinton Dick/The Ottawa Herald)

Some Franklin County residents are getting ready to saddle up for a new adventure.

For those in Franklin County who are interested in cutting drive times by joining a local saddle club, Susan Mayhan, rural Quenemo, KC Bond, Williamsburg, and Chanda Smith, Princeton, are spearheading an effort to bring one such club to Franklin County.

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