STEPHEN RICCIO CLARENDON Sept. 2, 2020 What appeared in March to be a summer of survival turned into one of opportunity for Ginger Finan, owner of GELAM Riding Stables. When COVID-19 blew up normalcy at the time, Finan applied for a loan from SADC Pontiac to deal with the financial blow of her riding lessons being cancelled. “I was panicking about paying for hay, there [were] no camps,” Finan explained. “So when I got the news that I would have the relief fund, the relief I felt was . . .
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