Post D of the Virginia Division
10.31.23 | Brittany Rebello
Intern Jollie Mason of the Good Hope Equestrian and Regenerative Farm was the speaker at the monthly meeting of Post D South Boston, of the Virginia Division of the Travelers Protective Association. Mason discussed the purpose and mission of the Equestrian Center. The Good Hope Center is a non-profit organization located in Halifax County that provides quality equine and regenerative farming practices to children, youth and adults with and without disabilities.
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Picture left to right: Carlyle Wimbish, Virginia Vice President; Jollie Mason, Intern with Good Hope Equestrian and Regenerative Farm; and Gary Newcomb, Post D President.