Gateway Arts Council donates $3,625 to the Dayton VA Hospice with money raised from Bad Art by Good People


The check from the Gateway Arts Council to the Dayton VA Hospice.

The check from the Gateway Arts Council to the Dayton VA Hospice.


Talking, left to right, at the Gateway Arts Council are Chuck Craynon, of Sidney, Dayton VA Hospice Coordinator Kathy Hayes, of Sidney, Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes and Gateway Arts Council Board President Chris Gibbs. Hayes received a check for $3,625 to the Dayton VA Hospice from Keyes and Gibbs. The money was raised from the Bad Art by Good People auction recently. The art for the auction was created by U.S. veterans. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


The check from the Gateway Arts Council to the Dayton VA Hospice.

Talking, left to right, at the Gateway Arts Council are Chuck Craynon, of Sidney, Dayton VA Hospice Coordinator Kathy Hayes, of Sidney, Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes and Gateway Arts Council Board President Chris Gibbs. Hayes received a check for $3,625 to the Dayton VA Hospice from Keyes and Gibbs. The money was raised from the Bad Art by Good People auction recently. The art for the auction was created by U.S. veterans. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The check from the Gateway Arts Council to the Dayton VA Hospice.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN101715BadArt2.jpgThe check from the Gateway Arts Council to the Dayton VA Hospice.

Talking, left to right, at the Gateway Arts Council are Chuck Craynon, of Sidney, Dayton VA Hospice Coordinator Kathy Hayes, of Sidney, Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes and Gateway Arts Council Board President Chris Gibbs. Hayes received a check for $3,625 to the Dayton VA Hospice from Keyes and Gibbs. The money was raised from the Bad Art by Good People auction recently. The art for the auction was created by U.S. veterans. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN101715BadArt1.jpgTalking, left to right, at the Gateway Arts Council are Chuck Craynon, of Sidney, Dayton VA Hospice Coordinator Kathy Hayes, of Sidney, Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes and Gateway Arts Council Board President Chris Gibbs. Hayes received a check for $3,625 to the Dayton VA Hospice from Keyes and Gibbs. The money was raised from the Bad Art by Good People auction recently. The art for the auction was created by U.S. veterans. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News