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EPONA Announces Karen Bishop To Join 2010 Board Of Directors

Epping, NH – January 28, 2010 – E.P.O.N.A. (Equine Protection of North America), a non-profit, 501(c)(3) rescue and rehabilitation facility for abused and neglected horses, today announced Karen Bishop to join its 2010 Board of Directors.  Bishop owns and operates Linden Woods Farm Equestrian Center in Durham, NH. Linden Woods Farm is a family run business and offers boarding, lessons, training, clinics, summer camps and horse shows.

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Epping, NH – January 28, 2010 – E.P.O.N.A. (Equine Protection of North America), a non-profit, 501(c)(3) rescue and rehabilitation facility for abused and neglected horses, today announced Karen Bishop to join its 2010 Board of Directors.  Bishop owns and operates Linden Woods Farm Equestrian Center in Durham, NH. Linden Woods Farm is a family run business and offers boarding, lessons, training, clinics, summer camps and horse shows. It is home to several talented trainers as well as the winter training center for the Dover Mounted Police. With Bishop’s vast knowledge of the equestrian industry, she was a perfect fit to join the E.P.O.N.A. Board of Directors. E.P.O.N.A. is home to 11 horses rescued from slaughter, euthanasia, foreclosure or abuse.
 
Bishop has fifteen years of consulting experience in software development, systems administration and computer operations for companies like Staples, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare and U.S. Filter. She also has over ten years manufacturing and materials management experience with a large defense contractor and has managed and developed staff of up to sixty-five employees, including low and mid-level supervisors.
 
“Karen Bishop brings a wealth of expertise to E.P.O.N.A.,” said Catherine Blake, President of E.P.O.N.A., “She not only brings horse experience, but has firsthand knowledge on successful farm management from founding Linden Woods Farm in Durham, N.H. As a high tech and manufacturing executive, Bishop had a dream to buy land, build a horse farm and run a successful equine program for competitors and families alike, and she’s done just that very successfully. We welcome her advice and the best practices she brings to our Board of Directors at E.P.O.N.A.”
 
“I’m looking forward to sharing any experience that I have that may help E.P.O.N.A. continue to do the great work they have done in caring for neglected and abused horses,” said Bishop. “I hope other horse owners will join me as well in playing some small part in the care of these animals.”
 
For more information on E.P.O.N.A., or how to make a donation, visit http://www.eponarescue.org/index.html.
To find out how to volunteer at E.P.O.N.A., please visit our online volunteer page for more information.
Visit E.P.O.N.A.’s Facebook Fan Page or Twitter Account to stay current with all the latest information about the horses, volunteer and donation opportunities and events.
For hi-res images of E.P.O.N.A., visit E.P.O.N.A. on Flikr.
 
About E.P.O.N.A.:
E.P.O.N.A. is a State Certified Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation Facility. E.P.O.N.A. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization dedicated to the betterment and welfare of horses that have been abused and neglected. E.P.O.N.A. is based in Epping, NH and relies on the generous and heartfelt support from its volunteers, sponsors and donors to provide care and comfort to the equine residents until they can be adopted out to loving families. http://www.eponarescue.org/index.html

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