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Marley’s Mission therapy horse retires to animal sanctuary

July 03. 2013 11:12AM

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Indra Lahiri, Indraloka Animal Sanctuary founder and director at the animal sanctuary, Mehoopany welcomed Lexi, a Marley’s Mission therapy horse retiree and April Loposky, Marley’s Mission Founder.

Lexi made her journey to Indraloka July 2, where she will spend her “golden years” alongside more than 150 animal friends.

Nonprofit Marley’s Mission provides free equine assisted psychotherapy to children who have been victims of trauma. Its current location is on a 24-acre tract in Lake Ariel, Wayne County. Marley’s Mission will break ground July 5 in Newton Township on a 32-acre property on Port Royal Road.

A retirement party and fundraiser for Lexi will be held July 13, 5 to 9 p.m. at the Bog, 341 Adams Ave., Scranton

More details on Lexi and the Marley’s Mission groundbreaking event will be published at and in the July 10 print edition of The Abington Journal.

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