Birds of Cheat Lake Fundraiser
Steve Finn, founder and executive director of the Ranch, recently spoke to his sister, Jan, about the COVID-19 crisis and how it has impacted The Ranch. The thrift store and quick lube had been closed, giving has decreased and finances are tight. The annual Don Nehlen Golf Classic was canceled, and the Night at The Ranch dinner is being moved to the fall. Jan is an artist who owns her own studio in Matthews, Virginia.
Jan had an idea. She offered to use her talents in painting wildlife to create a limited number of prints for sale to benefit The Ranch. Jan proposed that a bird photographer in the Morgantown area send her images that she’d use to paint local birds. Kevin Armstrong connected with Jan and the plan for Birds of Cheat Lake was created. Much like getting your oil changed or dropping off items at The Ranch Community Store, this is another unique way the community can help support more children.
Place your order for Birds of Cheat Lake and help support Chestnut Mountain Ranch. Individual prints are $50 each, while a set of four is $175. These would be great gifts for bird watchers!