Next Meeting - Wed, April 9th   
9am at the Lawrence Barn

PROGRAM:

What Physical Therapy provides for Animals

Animal physical therapy is growing throughout the United States.

Physical Therapy is a 100 year old human based profession focused on clinical rehabilitation supported by scientific research that addresses neuromusculo-skeletal movement deficits with a goal of returning function after a surgery, disease or injury. Now, what has been known to work in human medicine, physical therapy is being utilized in the rehabilitation of animals.  Jennifer Brooks of Horse n’ Hound will fill us in on this new specialty for our pets!

  
ATTENTION GRADUATING STUDENTS!
The Hollis Woman's Club gives two scholarships each spring. The application for the the 4-year College Scholarship is here. The Vocational/Community College application is here. Both are due by April 16th.
ATTENTION WOMEN HEADING BACK TO SCHOOL!
Our club also awards an Alternative Scholarshp to aid women interested in furthering their education. The form is here. Deadline is April 4th, 2014.
 
 



Hollis Woman's Club
P.O. Box 1042
Hollis NH  03049



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