RiverLink takes up a challenge

One of RiverLink’s donors has offered to match 2 for 1 all donations made to the organization between now and June 30. The organization’s annual-fund chair, Patsy Keever, explained, “If you donate $100, RiverLink will receive an additional $200 from our donor.” 

RiverLink is an Asheville-based nonprofit dedicated to preserving the French Broad River and spearheading economic and environmental revitalization. The organization’s annual-fund goal is $175,000. Thus far, Keever says the organization has raised $139,000. For more information, visit RiverLink’s Web site or call 252-8474. 

Donations can be mailed to P.O. Box 15488, Asheville, NC 28813; that said, Keever added that “we will even pick your check or money order up.”

— Cecil Bothwell, staff writer

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About Cecil Bothwell
A writer for Mountain Xpress since three years before there WAS an MX--back in the days of GreenLine. Former managing editor of the paper, founding editor of the Warren Wilson College environmental journal, Heartstone, member of the national editorial board of the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, publisher of Brave Ulysses Books, radio host of "Blows Against the Empire" on WPVM-LP 103.5 FM, co-author of the best selling guide Finding your way in Asheville. Lives with three cats, macs and cacti. His other car is a canoe. Paints, plays music and for the past five years has been researching and soon to publish a critical biography--Billy Graham: Prince of War:

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