In the midst of hospital restrictions during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Centra Health contacted Lynchburg Living to see if we could deliver boxes of our March/April magazine to Lynchburg General Hospital. They wanted to distribute them to patients who were unable to receive visitors because of visitation changes due to the coronavirus. It was our pleasure to get our publication into those hands—and we hope our Home & Garden issue was an uplifting read during a time of very difficult news.
E.C. Glass High School teacher Casey Wood sent us a message after the release of the March/April issue, which included a feature about his “Exploring Language and Culture Through Hip Hop” class. “Just wanted to say thank y’all so much for the wonderful article. It means so much to these kids to be surrounded with that kind of positivity.”
No, thank YOU Casey for thinking outside of the box and inspiring your students!
Hill City Eats
When restaurants were forced to close their dining rooms in mid-March, we took action.
Our Hill City Eats list was a resource for readers to use to find take-out, delivery and more from their favorite local eateries. At Lynchburg Living, we truly #supportlocal and are passionate about our small business community.
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