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ACE Rescue Inc.
19272 East River Rd REAR
Columbia Station, Ohio
We are a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Charity
A.C.E. Rescue was founded over 10 years ago & it still never ceases to amaze me how blessed we are with support from both people we know personally, as well as those that we have never met. While we are not with limitless space and resources, we make such a difference for the animals in our care. I am in awe of the dedication of our volunteers who sacrifice their time to take care of the needs of our animals. Barn chores can be less than glamourous and yet they show up day after day and with smiles on their faces because they believe in the work that we do. When I started this rescue, I never would have projected the numerous lives (equine and human alike) that it would impact. I am a firm believer that people enter our barn doors for a reason. Almost two years ago, Sara Baumgartner walked through those doors to volunteer. She was appointed as our Barn Manager just over a year ago and has been instrumental in multiple aspects of our rescue including facilitating adoptions, managing the nutritional needs of our animals, training new volunteers, attending community fundraisers, and being a liaison with our vet.
Sara brings to this position her knowledge in Equine Studies from Lake Erie College and as a horse owner and a strong commitment to the mission of ACE Rescue. With the various doors she could have opted to walk through to volunteer, I am extremely thankful that she chose ours!
The horses at ACE are better because of her love and caring.
~Brenda Lewis, Founder of ACE Rescue
ACE Rescue would like to announce our plans to down size for the next year while the founder Brenda Lewis undergoes several badly needed surgeries. ACE will remain active caring for two possibly three sanctuary horses and finding forever homes for our two possibly three adoptable horses.
Our barn manager will be caring for our herd and leading our volunteers. ACE will be taking our volunteers to Sugar Creek this spring to save some more horses .