Levos visit Lynchburg Lions Club


The Lynchburg Lions Club held its regular monthly dinner meeting recently at the Lions Club Building. Following the meal the club heard an excellent presentation by John Levo. He discussed the Ohio Heritage Farm program and presented some interesting historical information related to the area. He urged all landowners in the area to participate in the Century Farm program if they are eligible. Levo is active in the historical society and numerous other community organizations. His wife, Kathy, joined him in the presentation and she also discussed the family’s extensive blueberry production operation. Pictured, from left, are Lynchburg Lions Vice President Virginia Rhonemus, John Levo and Kathy Levo.


The Lynchburg Lions Club held its regular monthly dinner meeting recently at the Lions Club Building. Following the meal the club heard an excellent presentation by John Levo. He discussed the Ohio Heritage Farm program and presented some interesting historical information related to the area. He urged all landowners in the area to participate in the Century Farm program if they are eligible. Levo is active in the historical society and numerous other community organizations. His wife, Kathy, joined him in the presentation and she also discussed the family’s extensive blueberry production operation. Pictured, from left, are Lynchburg Lions Vice President Virginia Rhonemus, John Levo and Kathy Levo.

The Lynchburg Lions Club held its regular monthly dinner meeting recently at the Lions Club Building. Following the meal the club heard an excellent presentation by John Levo. He discussed the Ohio Heritage Farm program and presented some interesting historical information related to the area. He urged all landowners in the area to participate in the Century Farm program if they are eligible. Levo is active in the historical society and numerous other community organizations. His wife, Kathy, joined him in the presentation and she also discussed the family’s extensive blueberry production operation. Pictured, from left, are Lynchburg Lions Vice President Virginia Rhonemus, John Levo and Kathy Levo.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Lions-pic.jpgThe Lynchburg Lions Club held its regular monthly dinner meeting recently at the Lions Club Building. Following the meal the club heard an excellent presentation by John Levo. He discussed the Ohio Heritage Farm program and presented some interesting historical information related to the area. He urged all landowners in the area to participate in the Century Farm program if they are eligible. Levo is active in the historical society and numerous other community organizations. His wife, Kathy, joined him in the presentation and she also discussed the family’s extensive blueberry production operation. Pictured, from left, are Lynchburg Lions Vice President Virginia Rhonemus, John Levo and Kathy Levo.
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