A student from North Hudson has been honored with Congressional recognition. Lydia Moses, 12, was honored by Rep. Elise Stefanik with a formal recognition certificate last Friday for her charitable efforts. Moses volunteers at the Crane Mountain Valley Horse Rescue in Westport.
Last summer, she created a fundraiser, “Bucks for Bales,” which raised over $16,000 to purchase three tons of hay for the horses at the rescue. She also dedicates her time and efforts to making Christmas cards that she delivers to several nursing homes throughout the region. Lydia has a passion for animals, and spends one day per week at Crane Mountain Valley Horse Rescue in Westport. Moses said it’s no secret she is an animal lover. She has four goats, a horse, 18 chickens, a rabbit and 3 dogs. Lydia is the daughter of Kevin and Donna Marie Moses of North Hudson.