When Camelot Executive Director Eileen Szychowski commissioned a bell, it seemed natural to use the nonprofit organization’s own “homegrown” steel. Many horseshoeings later (“More horseshoes! Yes, more horseshoes!”), a bell was born.

It invites disabled students to mark the beginning and end of their lessons with a wallop. And they do. “Many of them have never had the opportunity to swing a bat or hit something as hard as they want,” observes Camelot’s Eileen Szychowski.

In fact, Szychowski reports that each student is now asked to check in by taking a swing at the bell, letting staff know when they have arrived and then when people leave the facility.

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Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship, Inc.
Scottsdale, Arizona

65″ x 22″ x 14″
created 1999

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