VIENNA, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- There's a VIP horse back rider who practices at Windswept Acres Arabians in Vienna, Maine who's considered a VIP. Louis Fox is a very important person, but in this case the acronym stands for visually impaired person. Fox bought his 10-year-old Arabian mare, Juliette, six years ago. He lives in Connecticut, but keeps his horse at Windswept Acres where she's known for being calm, pretty and extremely reliable under saddle.
Bridgton, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A prayer vigil was held in the town of Bridgton to remember those lost to substance abuse and help those struggling with addiction. Members of the community entered the pews of the First Congregational Church of Bridgton to light candles and say a prayer. The gathering was organized by the Lakes Region Substance Abuse Coalition (LRSAC) that works to end Opioid use in the Bridgton area.
AUGUSTA, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- For the last 50 years, children from birth to 6-years-old living with a disability have been able to attend the Children's Center. The center has locations in Augusta, Gardiner, Farmington and Skowhegan. Every room, no matter the location, is filled with patience because the children walking in come with their own background of special needs. Some physical, some on the autism spectrum and others are considered typically developing.
Louis Fox is a "VIP" who placed top ten at the Arabian National Horse Show in Tulsa, OK this year. Remarkable because VIP in his case stands for Visually Impaired Person. See how he rides without vision, tonight on @207TV! https://t.co/HcZXuh2l7m
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