Front Porch: Equestrian group seeks board members

A Coupeville nonprofit that teaches children and adults with disabilities how to ride horses seeks prospective board members.

Equestrian Crossings provides a variety of horsemanship activities to children and adults of nearly all ages, abilities and disabilities using certified instructors.

Students and volunteers at EqX come from as far as Lake Stevens and Bellevue. The 4-year-old group especially seeks volunteers with a background in finance or business.

More info: info@equestriancrossings.com, 360-320-1573 or www.equestriancrossings.com.

Do you remember the storm of 1962? The 50th anniversary of the infamous Columbus Day storm of 1962, which injured hundreds and killed dozens, is approaching.

Reporter Gale Fiege is preparing a story about the storm and is interested in hearing from readers who lived through the Oct. 12 storm, especially those who were in Snohomish County at the time.

Email gfiege@heraldnet.com with your contact information.

If you do not have a computer, call 425-339-3427 and leave a message.

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