A Word From a Volunteer

If you’ve never experienced our ministry first-hand, a recent note from a volunteer might help you grasp the importance of the work being done by our staff and Home Parents:
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Christmas Thank You

Our Christmas for Kids campaign is complete – all gifts are wrapped, delivered and nestled away at each home, awaiting the family’s Christmas celebrations. It was another amazing season, full of generous individuals, businesses, churches and organizations.
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Boots ‘n Bids, 2016

Our 10th annual event, held at Stoney Creek Hotel, turned out to be a RoundUp we won’t soon forget!
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Fall Fest, Corn Maze…and Mom is Always Right

On October 2, The Crossing hosted a Fall Fest at Shyrocks Farm, allowing us to enjoy a fun-filled afternoon! The Zimmer Home, Hubbell Home and Wright Home were all able to attend. There were lots of extra fun & games for all ages, with activities ranging from throwing darts at balloon pumpkins to getting dye sprayed on their hair.
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Blast from the Past – Letting God Be God in 1993

Co-founder Cathy McDaniel was diagnosed with cancer in September, 1993. With the ministry being so young, and the McDaniels being not only the founders but also the parents caring for the children, many questioned whether or not Coyote Hill would be able to continue. This is a summary of Larry’s response, taken from Coyote Hill’s October, 1993
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Happy 25th Birthday, Coyote Hill

Lovely weather and a crowd of over 400 people made Sunday, September 11th a perfect day to celebrate our 25th!
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A Day For the History Books

The gathering of kids, Home Parents and volunteers showed up willingly, although most had no idea what they were in for.  
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The Little Pony That Could

Actually, this is a story about the miniature horse that could – and the children who taught him how. Big and little victories occur daily in Overton Arena. One in particular caused lots of celebration this summer. Our Equine Program and Barn Manager, Rebecca Buchholz, tells the story:
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.