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Coronavirus Response

Posted May 11

We know you are all wondering what the month of May will be like at Pegasus Farm.  Of course, spring is popping up all around and the garden is getting prepped for wonderful summer produce.  Our horses are shedding their winter coats and the birds are singing.  But, there is something missing.  We greatly miss our students, participants, and volunteers and we are excitedly looking forward to their return. 

With the updates from Governor DeWine, there continues to be closures for schools and programs such as ours through the end of May.  But that doesn’t mean we aren’t busy getting ready for the students’ return in June. 

  • During the month of May student families will be contacted to get feedback on plans to return to lessons, taking into consideration the emerging CDC guidelines and the family’s comfort level for the safety of their child.
  • We are currently implementing steps to prepare our horses, volunteers, and staff for the students in our Take Flight Equestrian program and at the Military Family Center to begin slowly returning during the month of June.
  • Our staff is busy implementing strategies and purchasing supplies to bring us into compliance with COVID-19 guidelines for your health and safety. 

Our Wings Adult Day Program remains closed and we are making plans to reopen this program in the near future as well.

Our group activities and programs at the Military Family Center also remained closed until June. We are very aware that this crisis is having enormous impacts and creating stressors for you and your families. If you have a personal need please feel free to reach out to Missy Howard at 330-935-2300 ext. 105 or We will do all we can to assist.

We also want you to know that Pegasus Farm took the steps to apply for federal funding to support the continued employment of all our wonderful staff through this crisis.  Funding has been awarded and will help to partially offset the losses we have experienced financially.  However, this pandemic is having and will continue to have a serious impact on our fundraising efforts, which is a critical component in our annual budget. 

If you have the ability to provide support for the services provided at Pegasus Farm, please consider a donation today.  All donations will be directed to the care of our horses through this time. 

We wish you all good health and well-being during this challenging time.


Posted April 1, 2020

Our equestrian programs will remain closed in alignment with the school closures until May 1. Our Military Family Center and Wings adult day program also remain temorarily closed.

Posted March 24, 2020

Dear Families, Friends, and Supporters,

We send this message hoping that it finds you healthy and weathering this unprecedented crisis as best as possible.

Because we know of your love and support of Pegasus Farm, we want to keep you as informed as possible about the status of our services.  We have mobilized to respond to the Covid-19 crisis in the most responsible ways possible, responding to expert recommendations and governmental directives: 

  • We have closed all equestrian programming. 
  • As of Monday, March 23rd, we are closing our Wings adult day program as directed by Governor DeWine.  However, we will be collaborating with other providers to ensure that those served in this system county-wide have their needs met. 
  • The Military Family Center is closed to the public, but we continue to respond to calls and messages. 
  • The Pegasus Farm Country Store and Gardens will continue to operate and serve the community. Intensive sanitation practices are being implemented throughout the day. Customers are expressing sincere appreciation for this service daily. 
  • We continue to maintain quality care for our wonderful herd of horses. 

Our staff remain committed to working flexibly and doing whatever is needed to respond to the needs of our participants and the developmental disability systems throughout the county. 

Our board of trustees is mobilized to address the current and future needs for our services and operations.  This crisis will end, and we are committed to successfully re-opening when it does. 

Your health and well-being are our greatest concern and there are many on-line resources you can access for up-to-date, accurate information: The CDC,

Our communications will continue to be sent through our website, emails, and Facebook.   Please know that if there is anything you believe we can assist with, feel free to call or email us; our management staff are still working remotely.

Please feel free to contact me at any time.  I can be reached at (330) 704-8175.


Carol Lichtenwalter
Executive Director
Pegasus Farm

Posted March 22, 2020

Pegasus Farm has been closely monitoring and evaluating the situation around the Coronavirus and has made the following decisions:

1) Take Flight - Equestrian programming will cease through April 4, 2020.  This will have an impact on our annual program calendar, which will be updated as we know more.  

2) Wings - Adult services has closed in compliance with the Governor's order. 

3) Country Store and Gardens - will remain open.

4) Military Family Center - facility is temporarily closed and equestrian programming halted through April 4, 2020. 

The offices at the Farm will remain open; however, staff will have flexibility with their schedules in order to respond to the needs of their families.  

We ask that all individuals who come to the farm during this period closely monitor your health.  If you or anyone in your family are showing signs of fever or if have been exposed to the Coronavirus, please stay home and take care of yourself.  We want everyone to weather this situation well. 

Please continue to monitor our Facebook page, Remind, and website for further updates and information.  

You can get additional information about the Coronavirus from official public health sites such as: and

Wishing you all the best,
Carol Lichtenwalter
Executive Director
Pegasus Farm