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Reins To Recovery May Have Found Its "Forever Home"
Updated April 27, 2016 6:51 AM | Filed under: Business
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(REDDINGTON) - Reins to Recovery may have found its "forever home."

Calli Johnson, executive director of the therapeutic horseback riding center in Seymour, initially thought she would have to find a temporary location after learning the lease with Vickey and Jeff Oliphant of VJ Farms expires June 30. Meanwhile, a capital building campaign for a permanent facility began.

But with money raised so far and continued growth of the center's programs, Johnson and her volunteer board decided to go forward with their "forever home" and found property for sale at 10861 U.S. 31 North, just north of Reddington. The 12-acre site is 2.5 miles from the current facility at 1660 N. County Road 1000 West.

Johnson recently received a favorable recommendation from the Jackson County Plan Commission for a business relocation and a special exception for placing a riding stable on property zoned A1 agricultural.

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