An Old-Fashioned Thank You
Sometimes our reader feedback comes in the mailbox (not the inbox). Betty Drinkard, president of the local Mended Hearts chapter, sent a handwritten note to editor Shelley Basinger, saying: “Now, our community knows some of the many things we do for them… Thank you and your staff for a job well done!”
Social Media Shout Out
Selena Campbell, interior designer featured in the Home department of our January/February issue, wrote about her experience with Lynchburg Living, calling it “flattering and exciting.” She went on to say, “We are very pleased with the story and the way the writers represented our style.” Thank you, Selena, for letting us into your home!
Mouth Watering Event
When we posted our Battle of the Burgers event on Facebook in January, it took off like a wildfire! We hope to see you at Riverfront Park on June 10th. Look for more details at LynchburgLiving.com!
Hard Earned Cash
In January, Lynchburg Living and the Retail Merchants Association presented checks to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place float winners in the Lynchburg Christmas Parade. (Don’t worry, we didn’t make them carry these giant posters to the bank; there were normal paper-sized checks waiting for them, too!) Pictured top to bottom: 1st Place, Heritage Baptist Church; 2nd Place, Steph’s Bubbles & Bows; 3rd Place, Piedmont Beekeepers Association.
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