Kelly Adams: Program Director
It has been my great fortune to grow up with horses. My grandparents were bit with the horse bug and it has been carried down through the generations of my family and passed on to me. The barn was a huge part of my daily life growing up. I attribute most of the important things I have learned in life to my relationship with horses. These animals have taught me respect, responsibility, compassion and perseverance. I feel that these lessons are the foundation of building character in a young person. In my life outside of the barn I am a middle school special education teacher. I have been sharing the lessons that I gained from the horses with the students in the classroom setting and received wonderful results!
Kim Pohubka: Executive Director
I received my degree in Business in 2006 and with a stroke of luck, learned how I could combine my love for horses with my interest in business. Through my life I have been involved in many activities where I put my needs aside to help other people. Kaleidoscope has given me a chance to combine my passion for helping people and my devotion to horses. My involvement with Kaleidoscope has been a rewarding adventure. I look forward to watching our program as it continues to develop and expand.