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Berks County, Pennsylvania  -  Announcing a price reduction on Dana Point Farm, 53 stalls, indoor ring, 60 acres, 3,100 sq. ft. apartment, 4 bath, 6 bdrm multiplex. Now $1,150,000 - 200K REDUCTION.Seller found another farm and needs to move by July 2, 2015!

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Eastern Pennsylvania equestrians are all dreaming of spring – no more snow on the ground, leaves on the trees, plenty of sunshine, and perfect riding weather!  If you’re looking for a fun way to get your spring season started, a hunter pace may be just the activity for you. Early-season paces are shorter than those held in the fall to accommodate horses and riders that aren’t quite up to peak fitness yet. While technically a competitive event, the atmosphere of a hunter pace is one of fun and camaraderie, and there is nothing better than getting to ride and jump over beautiful terrain with a couple of your best riding buddies.  You’ll ride through several miles of trails and fields as a team with one or two other riders, and the team closest to the pre-determined optimum time for the course wins. Sound like fun? Check out one of these upcoming spring hunter paces near you:

 

The very first local pace of the season is being held on April 12 at Lord Stirling Stable in Basking Ridge, NJ. Just a quick trip over the river, this event is a great way to get horses and riders out of the ring early on in the year. The next day on April 13, the Amwell Valley Hounds are holding their first hunter pace of the season in Hillsborough, NJ.

 

The next weekend, on April 18, riders near Chester County can participate in the pace hosted by Mr. Stewart's Cheshire Foxhounds Pony Club. This area of the state is prime foxhunting country, and the ride is sure to be a beautiful one.

 

If you’re close to the Bucks County Horse Park, you might want to check out the Berks Pony Club Hunter Pace being held there on April 26.  That same day, just over the river in Whitehouse Station, NJ is the Readington Trail Association Hunter Pace. Both events offer a relaxed atmosphere for riders of all skill levels.

 

Hunter paces are a fun way to start off the riding season in a low-key, fun atmosphere. It’s a chance to get both you and your horse out and about without competitive pressure, and is a great way to spend a day riding with friends. For more information on any of the hunter paces listed here, be sure to click on the name of each event to go to their individual website.

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

Winter usually means a haitus in equestrian competition for most of the world. Especially here in Eastern Pennsylvania, cold temperatures, snow, and ice prevent most of us from riding - except the lucky ones who have access to an indoor arena!

But in Switzerland, polo players aren't taking any ‘snow days'  - they play polo in the snow.

St. Moritz, Switzerland has become known for its Snow Polo matches. Beneath its beautiful mountain dotted with skiers, a specially-built polo arena is the site of exciting equestrian competition. The horses are outfitted with special snow shoes to be able to play on the wintery surface. Rubber pads prevent snow from packing into the horses' hooves, and the shoes are built with added traction to allow the horses to run safely down the field.

The thin air of St Moritz also poses its own troubles - any sort of physical exertion is more taxing on both horses and humans when they are so high above sea level. Because of this, each snow polo match is also shorter than a traditional turf match to keep all the players safe and healthy.

This year's Snow Polo World Cup tournament was held at St Moritz January 29 - February 1, 2015.  Team Cartier was victorious in the competition, besting Team BMW in the final match.

While polo may be a summer-only sport here in Eastern PA, in Switzerland they play in all sorts of weather, all year round. Now that's dedication! What do you think - will snow polo catch on here in the USA?

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

2014 was the biggest year for job creation in the US since 2000, improving the economy and consumer confidence. But even though interest rates have remained low, first-time home buyers have still had a difficult time being able to afford a house. The main stumbling block has not been monthly mortgage payments, but finding cash for down payments and the confidence to make such a big investment. 

However, over the past year more 25-34 year olds are finding jobs, with that trend continuing into 2015. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have also clarified their qualification standards, making it easier for first-time buyers to get qualified for a mortgage loan. There are also new low down payment programs in place, making buying a home even easier.

The FHA has also made a change to mortgage insurance premium rates: it's been reduced from 1.35% to 0.85%. This change will make a big difference to first-time buyers.

If you are looking to purchase a PA horse property in 2015, the stars are aligning in your favor. The job market has shown great improvement, interest rates are still very low, and government agencies are making changes in order to encourage first-time home buyers to take the leap. Contact Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd. today to get started buying your first PA horse property. 

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

As horse lovers and real estate professionals alike, two of our favorite things here at CSEP are beautiful barns and beautiful homes. Johanna Walters and Brian Sweeney of Gwynedd Valley, PA share this passion, and they were recently featured on HGTV’s show “You Live In What?” for their incredible renovation of an historic Eastern PA horse barn.

 

Johanna grew up riding at All Around Farm, and dreamed that “one day” someone would come along and restore the old building to its original beauty. She never in her wildest dreams thought that person would be her! Johanna and Brian ended up buying the farm and renovating it into an incredible home for both humans and horses.

 

Over the course of three years, the decaying structure was transformed into a beautiful residence. Some of the original parts of the barn – like the soaring ceilings, big wooden beams, and herringbone brick floors – were left intact. The human living area has a distinctly equestrian flair, and the horse stalls are truly magnificent.

 

Check out this unique Eastern PA horse property in this video, and get inspired to do your own renovation!

 

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

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The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair has been a tradition in the Philadelphia suburbs since 1896. The combination of elite equestrian competition with a fun fair atmosphere makes Devon one of the most unique horse shows on the East Coast. But some fear this hallmark event may be in jeopardy following some recent, and sudden, changes in leadership.

An emergency meeting of the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair board was called right before Christmas 2014, and the current president and board chairman of the organization were ousted. President Sarah Cox-Lange was not present at the meeting during which her term was ended, nor was chairman Henry Lafayette Collins III. They have been replaced by Richard O'Donnell and Wayne Grafton, respectively.

While the board insists that Devon is not in danger of being moved or eliminated all together, their recent actions have created rumors that are spreading through the Eastern PA equestrian community like wildfire. Many are saying that the board plans to sell the showgrounds to developers, or that the change in leadership was the result of a power struggle within the board.

While the Devon board members say that they will soon publicly clear up the situation, so far the equestrian community is still in the dark. Only time will tell what is in the cards for the historic Devon Horse Show.

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

Buying a home is a lot like finding the right romantic partner - what can begin with fireworks and stars in your eyes can soon devolve into a bad relationship if you don't shop wisely. If you plan to purchase an Eastern PA horse property in the new year, take these tips to heart when picking out your ‘soul mate' home.

Be Sure You Can Afford Your Dream Farm

Make a budget - and stick to it! Your dream home isn't all it's cracked up to be if you can't afford it. Don't look at farms outside your budget. If you fall in love with something you can't pay for, it will only end in heartbreak. Get pre-approved for a mortgage before you start shopping, or know your limits if you're planning to pay in cash.

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Be realistic about the size of house, barn, and land you NEED. It usually turns out that people WANT a lot more space than they need! In the end, it all comes back to what you can afford. A bigger house costs more to furnish, heat, cool, and maintain. More land takes more time to care for, and as equestrians, we all know how much unwanted junk accumulates in a too-large barn. The wrong property can be too big for your needs.

Location, Location, Location! 

The wrong home can also be the right home in the wrong area. If you absolutely love everything about a horse property, but it's over an hour commute from where you work, you might have to re-think just how "perfect" it is. Decide early on how far from your job or family you're willing to live, and let your agent know.

See The Beauty Within

Just like when choosing a partner, don't let small flaws deter you from what might be the perfect house! Look past the dated wallpaper, 70's linoleum, popcorn ceilings, and shag carpeting. All of these things are cosmetic blemishes that are inexpensive to change, and easy to do yourself if you are handy. Just because you don't jive with the previous owner's style doesn't mean an outdated home can't be your one true love.

And lastly, ask yourself if you can see you and your prospective home growing old together. Does the property fit your lifestyle? Does it have room for every family member - even those that might not exist yet? Can you live comfortably here for many years, or do you see yourself growing out of this home in one way or another? If you plan on growing your family or your equestrian business, the property you purchase needs to remain a good fit for years to come.

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

During the past few years, the Eastern PA area has experienced some extreme storms that left many communities without power for days at a time. If your PA horse property is in an area that is affected by hurricanes or snowstorms, you may want to consider installing a generator. When power lines are downed by winds or ice, a generator can save you and your family from sitting around in the dark and cold waiting for the power company to save the day. Generators are an especially important consideration for owners of horse properties that are serviced by wells - a power outage can mean no water for you and your animals for days at a time.

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

 

So, where do you start when considering installing a generator? 

There are two main types of generators: portable and standby. A portable generator is just what it sounds like: a small, portable device that you must hook up each time you need to use it. Portable generators run on gas, and individual appliances must be plugged directly into the generator. If power outages are infrequent in your area and you only need to power a few items at a time (for example, a refrigerator and sump pump) a portable generator can be an economical choice. Prices start at around $500, and can go up to about $1,500 depending on the size and wattage of the generator. You'll have to make sure the generator has adequate fuel for the duration of its usage, but on the other hand, you won't need to hire an electrician to install it.

Standby generators are a much larger investment, and one that can increase the value of your PA horse property. A standby generator runs on natural gas or propane, and if you don't already have one of these fuel lines on your property, you will have to install a propane tank as well to fuel your generator. You'll also have to have an electrician install the generator, as it hooks directly into your home's main circuit panel. Once your standby generator is installed, it will turn on as soon as the power goes out. These generators have a much larger capacity than portable ones, and can power your whole home or barn, including a well pump. However, installing a standby generator will cost you a pretty penny: anywhere from $5,000 - $15,000, so choose wisely.

If you are looking for a way to make power outages more bearable, or add value to your PA horse property, consider installing a back-up generator.

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

 

Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm will hold its 24th Annual Old Time Christmas with tours on December 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th from 3:00PM until 7:00PM.  There will be old Christmas customs brought to life with tours of the 1800's farm.

Guides dressed in 1800's era clothing will lead guests on a glowing lantern lit tour of the past.  It will start out at the bonfire, from where guests will visit a Victorian family busy preparing for Christmas.  There you will also see the Christmas Putz, a homemade nativity and village scene, which was a custom that began with the Moravians and later adopted by the Pennsylvania Germans.

From there, you will see a living Nativity that includes the farm animals.  From there it is off to the log cabin where another family will enjoy Christmas.  The one-room schoolhouse will have Christmas caroling with musicians and a school marm leading the singing of the carols.

At the original farmhouse, the Belshnikel (a Pennsylvania German equivalent of Santa), will be there for the children to meet.

At the end of the tour at the Engel Educational building, complimentary festive refreshments will be available. 

Handmade crafts will be available for purchase at the gift shop.

This is a great way to see personally see how Old Time Christmas festivities were prepared and held in the 19th Century.

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The Christmas season is now truly upon us, and there are so many things to see and do. One of my favorites is the carriage ride through Bethlehem, Pennsylvania's Christmas City.

Views of the Moravian history and architecture can be seen as you ride the horse- drawn carriage down Bethlehem's cobblestone historic streets. See the famous Hotel Bethlehem, Moravian book shop, all the other small shops as well as the brightly lit Christmas lights and decorations.

It is soothing and relaxing riding in the carriage listening to the clip-clop of the horse's hooves on the pavement while touring the Christmas City. If it is a chilly evening, just wrap yourself up in a blanket and just enjoy the sights.

 Bethlehem, PA horse-drawn carriage ride would be a nice break to your Christmas shopping to relax and enjoy. This is a must to include as one of your Christmas activities.

 

 

The cold weather has moved in here in Eastern PA, and while you may be spending more time indoors, the creatures that live near your home could be looking for comfort in your house, too! Animals and insects seek shelter in man-made structures like barns, sheds, garages, and houses, and they can be a real nuisance for PA homeowners. Mice and squirrels can chew through piping and wires, and termites can cause destruction in wooden beams, walls, and floors. Here are some actions you can take to prevent infestation:

Clean Up The Exterior of Your PA Horse Farm

Keep your landscaping trimmed neatly and away from buildings. Shrubs, vines, or trees that touch roofs or walls can encourage insects to make themselves a home in your PA horse farm’s house or barn. Tree limbs dangling over your roof can also introduce squirrels into vents or chimneys.

Carefully inspect the outside of your home and barns – mice, squirrels, and even raccoons can gain entry to buildings through holes so small it’s hard to believe these animals fit through! Patch up any holes securely.

Check Windows and Doors  

Inside your home, take a close look at windows, doors, and vents. Any space that isn’t airtight can act like a welcome mat for bugs, so be sure that all doors and windows fit securely with no gaps.

Keep trash away from your home and barn, and make sure all cans and dumpsters are secured tightly. Keep horse feed stored in mouse-proof bins or trashcans, and sweep up any spilled grain. Piles of loose hay or straw in the barn can also attract mice and encourage them to make their nests in your barn, so keep things tidy! A barn cat with a good hunting track record can also make a big difference in the mouse population on your PA horse farm.

Call In The Pest Professionals

If your home or barn has already been infiltrated, there are steps you can take to kick out any freeloaders. Mice, ants, and other bugs can easily be dispatched with traps or pesticides. There are also several non-lethal products on the market that will repel rodents from your home – from devices that emit a super-sonic noise that deters pests to granules or packets that emit a smell that’s unpleasant to animals. These are good choices if you need to ensure the safety of your own pets and livestock.

However, if larger animals like possums or raccoons have gotten into your home or barn, or if you find that your house is infested with termites or bedbugs, you need to call in the professionals. Depending on your particular issue, an exterminator or an animal control officer will need to be called when the problem is above and beyond the average ant or mouse infestation.

By taking preventative measures, you can help keep insects and rodents out of your Eastern PA home this winter.

 

 

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse property market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of horse & general farms & back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner

The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA

Tel.: 610-849-1790 720 Smith Hill Rd Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

If you are looking for the perfect holiday gift for the horse lover in your life, the beautiful 2015 "Horses of Chester County" calendar is just the thing. Photographed by local equine photographer Ginny Jenkins, this calendar features beautiful full-color photos of horses in Chester County, PA. In addition to being chock-full of lovely horse photos, this calendar also features information on local shows and equine events in Eastern PA. It's the perfect tool for helping to plan next year's show season. And if you keep your horses in Chester County, you might even see a familiar face on the pages of this calendar.

 Sales Benefit LAPS of PA

A portion of online calendar sales will be donated to LAPS of PA - the Large Animal Protection Society. LAPS is an organization that has the authority to investigate animal cruelty complaints and prosecute offenders in Chester, Lancaster, and Delaware Counties. They can take action in cases involving horses, sheep, llamas, alpacas, goats, and pigs where local small-animal-only SPCA's cannot.

Ginny Jenkins - Chester County, PA Photographer

 Ginny Jenkins is a professional photographer specializing in pet and equine photography.  She strives to capture the personality and essence of her subjects, and enjoys photographing pets and their people.

At only $14.99, this calendar makes a great stocking-stuffer or gift for your barn friends. You can either order the calendar online at: http://www.ginnyjenkins.com or find it at the following retailers:

 Byrum's Shoe Service - Malvern, PA

CCAA Art Gallery at the Exton Square Mall - Exton, PA

Fenceworks - West Chester, PA

Tender Touch Gifts - Coatesville, PA

Village Hardware - Guthriesville, PA 

Unionville Saddle Shop - Unionville, PA

Outback Trading Company Outlet - Oxford, PA

Pughtown Agway - Pottstown, PA

Gap Tack - Gap, PA

Chester County Book Company - West Chester, PA

Rick's Heritage Saddlery - West Chester, PA 

 

 

Today is Veterans Day. This is a day for all of us to remember the heroes that risked, and even lost, their lives fighting for us and for our liberties. Not only have humans served our country, but also horses. Many horses have risked their lives and many have lost their lives helping the military in various situations. Without the help of horses, we may not have won many of the battles that have been fought over the years.

 

Take the time today to remember the fallen heroes, both human and animal. If you know of anyone currently serving in the military or any veteran, reach out and say thank you. Show them that they are appreciated for what they have done or are doing for our country.  

 Horse Swimming

 

In Eastern PA, facilities with equine swimming pools and spas are hard to come by, but these tools can be invaluable when it comes to conditioning sport horses or helping horses rehabilitate from surgery or injury.

 

Wingate Farms in Wind Gap, PA houses both an equine pool and a cold salt-water horse spa, and horse owners can make appointments to take advantage of both therapies, or board their horses at Wingate for lay-up or rehabilitation.

 

Wingate Farms’ equine spa uses cold salt hydrotherapy to treat and prevent lower leg injuries in horses. The horse is led into a chamber which is filled with salt water that measures a chilly 35 degrees. The cold, aerated salt water reduces swelling and inflammation in the legs. This can be an effective treatment for injury, or used as a preventative measure following exercise.

 

Horses recovering from injury or that need to build fitness can also benefit from swimming in Wingate Farms’ equine pool. Because swimming is an impact-free form of exercise, it can help build muscle, stamina, and cardiovascular strength without wear and tear on the joints.

 

If you are interested in using the equine pool or spa at Wingate Farms, contact Carina for more information: 610-653-6772

Fair Hill Int'l 

 

In nearby Elkton, MD, you can witness some of the best eventing riders in the country compete this weekend at the Fair Hill International event. Beginning on Thursday October 16, over 100 horse and rider pairs will compete in the CCI** and CCI*** - two international-level divisions of the sport of eventing. No matter which day you decide to come spectate, you’ll be able to watch exciting equestrian competition and enjoy shopping at the many vendors that will be in attendance.

 

There will also be several special events at this year’s Fair Hill, including dog agility, a miniature horse demo, a falconry demonstration, live music, and a display of classic cars. Tailgating spots are available for those who would like to be right in the midst of the action, and VIP tent memberships will also be on sale.

 

If you really want to be a part of an international-level event, you can also volunteer at Fair Hill. From jump judges to dressage scribes, volunteers are needed to help the event run smoothly.

 

For more information, directions, to reserve a tailgating spot, or sign up to volunteer, visit the Fair Hill International website: www.fairhillinternational.com 

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