Sunday, January 29, 2012

Former ECAD student trainer FaTye hits the big stage

This is a quote from the below Rivertowns Enterprise article that shows exactly what kind of benefit can come from giving kids that dont always get a chance ..a chance...

"On Sunday, Feb. 12, the performance of “Big River” will benefit Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities (ECAD), which FaTye was involved with during his time at CV. Lu Picard runs ECAD at Children's Village and worked with FaTye during his early days in Westchester. The program, she says, is designed to help both the dog and the trainer grow. While the animal builds the skills required of a service dog, the child develops a work ethic and sense of accomplishment."

Former Childrens Village student and ECAD student trainer hits the big stage

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