EVENT: Friends of the Cheat Foodshed Benefit Dinner

Friends of the Cheat is a non-profit organization, committed to restoring and protecting water quality in the Cheat River watershed since 1994 through pollution-mitigation projects and education-based initiatives.
Featuring food grown in the Preston County watershed by farmers depending on its healthy land & water

Madeleine's Restaurant, independently owned by the Mascari family, is located in Morgantown, WV, and committed to preparing locally-grown ingredients, a priority they continue during difficult economic times. 
Funds will support the CAPABLE program, a citizen-scientist initiative equipping volunteers with monitoring tools and technical support to collect water quality data throughout the lower Cheat River watershed.
Limited Capacity               $50 per ticket            Vegetarian option available
Tickets available now by mail or at www.cheat.org/watershed-foodshed-benefit-dinner/www.cheat.org/watershed-foodshed-benefit-dinner
To order tickets by mail, please include the following information:
# of Tickets _____________________ X $50 = __________________ Ticket amount enclosed
(please specify number of vegetarian meals)

If you would like to make an additional donation to the CAPABLE monitoring program:
$25 ____ $50 ____$75 _____$100 ______ Other (please specify)______

Make checks payable to Friends of the Cheat and mail to:
119 S. Price Street, Suite #206
Kingwood, WV 26537

Lauren Greco, Friends of the Cheat (304)329-3621
Susan Sauter, CAPABLE volunteer (304)288-5366


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