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Grab your coat and hat. Call a friend and pack your holiday spirit and generous heart.

You are warmly invited to Ride 2 Survive’s “Holiday Duck Print Exhibit & Sale” at Morgan Outdoors.

The room is filled with beautiful prints which Ride 2 Survive is offering for sale, thanks to the generosity of longtime collectors, Hedy and Eric Page.

Saturday, November 21, 2015 through Monday, January 4, 2016.

Both professionally framed and unframed prints are available for sale at attractive prices.

A special print by well-known wildlife artist Robert Bateman is a highlight of the exhibit and sale.

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co-hosted by Morgan Outdoors and the board members of Ride 2 Survive – Sullivan County.

“Get your holiday shopping spirit on!” says Board Member Michele Hemmer. “Join us in celebrating these beautiful works of wildlife art and the Ride 2 Survive cause. We hope to see friends, nature lovers, and duck enthusiasts at the exhibit and sale.”

Ride 2 Survive is a non-profit, community based organization helping Sullivan County cancer patients with travel-to-treatment expenses. To date Ride 2 Survive has assisted over 250 cancer patients by providing the financial support for travel, tolls, parking fees and related expenses.

R2S Board Member, Joe Anne Baker, says of the exhibit and sale, “Ride to Survive is thrilled to present these lovely duck prints to the public. Our event with Morgan Outdoors will place some beautiful wildlife prints into the hands and homes of nature lovers and will raise funds needed to continue our work with Sullivan County cancer patients.”