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Christmas came to Camelot in July!
The Camelot Center celebrated the summer version of the holiday Saturday night.
The Southington facility provides therapeutic riding for kids with physical and mental disabilities.
It recently completed fundraising for phase two, for a new indoor arena, and plans on opening it in a few weeks.
“To build on our capital builds for the services that we can provide for the community. We have increased our rider base by 35 percent in the last year and by 45 percent with our volunteers,” said Nicolette Darkangelo.
Phase three will be an education center that Camelot hopes to open to the community.