PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
TERESA CLUSIAU with Kumu, left, and Jessa Wilber with Pecos participate in  a demonstration for a prilot program being developed by New Arenas, the non-profit organization that specializes in offering experiential and service learning programs. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

GENTLE PERSUASION — is what these two volunteers,Terese Clusiau, 61, of Pollock Pines, left, and Jessa Wilber, 17, of Shingle Springs used to walk Kumu, a 10 year old mustang, left, and Pecos, a 30 year old quarter horse to walk across the Henningsen Pavillion, as part of an exercise for the pilot progam for New Arenas. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Prospecting

Students find new skills in New Arenas

By From page B1 | January 04, 2012

“Pick out a horse that reminds you of you.”

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