Memorial funding is a great way to honor a deceased loved one or friend. How better to honor a passed nature lover than to set up a memorial fund benefiting an organization that promotes nature such as WCAS? Similar but different than legacy donations, there may be tax advantages as well. This may be especially true for those who receive an inheritance. Please keep WCAS in mind.
New Project – Bluebird Boxes!
No one we’ve talked to seems to know where they came from, but there are a couple of older bluebird boxes on posts behind the Lewis Road Riding Ring, Bridle Trail, Olmsted Falls, OH 44138. They are not being maintained.
WCAS is launching a project that will remedy this situation.
As this is Metroparks property, WCAS has requested and received provisional permission to replace the existing boxes with 4 – 5 new ones. We will also provide the following:
WCAS is currently soliciting donations to help fund this project. The Jean E. Miske Memorial Fund will match 1 for 1 every dollar donated up to $500. Excess funds, if any, will benefit WCAS.
Make a donation to the Jean E. Miske Memorial Fund at the donation button below:
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ENTER Bird-of-the-Month Photo Contest July 2021: Killdeer
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Cleveland, Ohio 44109
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