Suzanne is the founder and owner of Bit of Hope Ranch. Their mission is to Rescue, Restore and Rehome, while teaching Respect, Responsibility and Reward. The Ranch is a non-profit organization, founded to help hurting children by allowing them to find hope and healing through relationships with God and horses. We combine children, families and horses through programs that build mind, body and spirit.
All events are on Tuesdays at 7pm at the historic Green Street Church,
510 S. Indiana Avenue, Englewood.
January 25: Suzanne Park, Bit of Hope Ranch
February 22: Martha Bireda Blanchard House Museum
We celebrate Black History Month with a presentation by Martha Bireda, executive director of the Blanchard House Museum, an open access, educational institution devoted to the procurement, preservation, study, and display of artifacts and materials related to the history, culture, and contributions of African Americans in the settlement and development of Charlotte County and Southwest Florida.
March 22: Roy Ault, author, “You’re Driving Me Crazy”
You may know Roy if you ever took Driver Ed in Englewood. He founded Ault’s Driver Education Center several years ago. Roy also is the author of several books from fictional murder mysteries “Murder On Mackinac” to productive manuals on driving “The Definitive Book For Driving School Owners”. He wrote a column for over 20 years for the Englewood Sun. Roy’s columns have been turned into a book, “Extra! Extra! Roy’s Rhetoric.”
He has just released a new book which he will talk about and signed copies will be available.