Western Paintings will Benefit Local Habitat for Humanity
Greenup County Habitat for Humanity (GCHFH) invites those with an interest in Western style art to stop by their booth during Old Fashion Days October 4-6 in downtown Greenup to place bids on three original paintings that were donated by Federal Correctional Institution of Ashland. An inmate captured the old time western scenes by hand painting the art work in March 2010. Each is unique and captivates outlaws and horses with extreme detail and vibrant colors. The silent auction will end on October 6 at 8 pm. If interested but unable to attend Old Fashion Days, please visit their facebook page “Greenup County Habitat for Humanity” to bid online.
GCHFH is a nonprofit Christian organization that provides selected low-income families with the funds and volunteer labor to repair, rehab or build homes. The families are responsible to pay back the organization at zero percent interest in low monthly payments for the cost of materials and any contracted labor. Their payments are used for funding of other projects. For more information, visit greenupcountyhabitat.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 606-836-0421. Tax deductible donations can be mailed to GCHFH, PO Box 905, Greenup, KY 41144 or made through PayPal on their website.
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