BALTIMORE — A Fifth grader at Powhatan Elementary Faculty in Baltimore County is about to be featured on the nationally syndicated Tamron Corridor Present.
Keola Edwards volunteers at Metropolis Ranch, Inc., a nonprofit that gives accessible and reasonably priced horseback using to youth in Baltimore Metropolis and surrounding counties.
Corridor and her manufacturing crew really visited Metropolis Ranch to witness Keola in motion, instructing horse care and grooming in addition to serving to out with feeding and pony rides.
Earlier this month WMAR-2 Information additionally bought out to Metropolis Ranch to see what they had been as much as.
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Catch Keola on the Tamron Corridor Present on Might 18 at 3 p.m.
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