Kylie Read and Ruth Polley from Hope Reins will show the Women In Business Gympie a little of what they do.
Kylie Read and Ruth Polley from Hope Reins will show the Women In Business Gympie a little of what they do. Tanya Easterby

Women In Business Gympie head to the farm for Hope Reins

WHAT: Women In Business Gympie - Hope Reins

WHEN: Thursday April 21, 5.10pm - 8pm.

WHERE: Hope Reins - 727 Eel Creek Rd, Gympie.

BOOKINGS: (07) 5482 0512 or email maddy@wibgympie.com.au

 

THE next Women In Business Gympie event will have the girls getting down and dirty on the farm.

The women will trade in their high heels and a dress for riding boots and jodhpurs, when they get a chance to discover the work Hope Reins does for the community.

Kylie Read and Ruth Polley head Hope Reins and were last year's winners of the Gympie Women In Business Community Service Excellence Award.

This event will give them the chance to share their vision with the women from WIB Gympie.

"Healing Horses Helping Hurting Humans" is their eight week program and has successfully made a positive impact on many lives in the Gympie region.

Hope Reins tailor their programs to meet individual requirements.

Their aim is to help create connections on a personal, community and business level, and help individuals develop life skills that will encourage them to reach their full potential, as well as helping manage the daily stresses of life.

Julie Williams from WIB Gympie said the event will help participants become more aware of the work Hope Reins does.

"I met Ruth and Kylie at the GWIB Excellence Awards in 2015 and have since participated in their eight week program. Completing the program has helped me change my personal and business goals dramatically. I highly recommend women in the business community to come and find out more about what Hope Reins do," Ms Williams said.

The late afternoon event is on this Thursday from 5.10pm-8pm at Hope Reins, 727 Eel Creek Rd.

Ms Williams suggested the dress code for this event will be different to the group's usual events and advised participants to wear comfortable, warm clothing and to have enclosed shoes so they can interact with the horses.

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