HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. -- "There are angels watching over us," Susan Davis said Wednesday night.
And the late Margaret Zinn Dailey is one for the Eastern Panhandle's regional 4-H camp west of Hedgesville.
When Dailey of Charles Town, W.Va., passed away in 2004 at the age of 98, she bequeathed a percent of her estate to Camp Frame 4-H Camp Association.
Davis, the association president, said she never expected to see a check for $595,000.
"Oh my gosh ... ecstasy ... we were just shocked," Davis recalled Wednesday.
Dailey's generosity prompted 4-H leaders to name the girls dormitory at the 35-acre campground "Dailey Cottage" in her honor.
Dailey's grandson, Richard Jenkins, joined 4-H officials for the sign unveiling Wednesday.
"She watched my children grow up and participate in 4-H," Jenkins said of the personal connection that likely led Dailey to make the donation to an "excellent organization."