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Cathleen Curran Named Executive Director of CTREE

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Cathleen Curran has been named executive director of CTREE.

Cathleen Curran has been named executive director of CTREE.

authorStaff Writer on Oct 17, 2022
The Center for Therapeutic Riding of the East End, known as CTREE, has announced that Cathleen Curran is its first executive director. She will be responsible for the oversight and... more

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