Spreading the Word
A local putt-putt group contacted us to say thank you after some new faces joined their fun. Willie Perry, a volunteer organizer of the Senior Putt-Putt League, told editor Shelley Basinger they had about five or six new people come out to play, all because they read the article in the July/August issue of Lynchburg Living, “Mini Golf, Big Benefits.” Perry says they typically average about
30 people every time they play.
Their 2021 season has ended but will resume in April at the Putt-Putt Fun Center on Timberlake Road.
Taste Try Outs
Long-time contributor Mikael Blido says he has never received so much feedback about one of his cooking articles. Since the release of our September/October issue, he says he has heard from four separate individuals—two men and two women—who made (and enjoyed!) the chicken pot pie from his “Dudes CAN Cook” feature.
Be sure to check out all of the year’s recipes at lynchburgliving.com and let us know how your meal turns out!
The Votes Are In
We want to once again thank you, our readers, for casting votes in our annual Best Of Lynchburg contest. Thousands of you went online to pick your favorite restaurants, businesses and more; we logged close to 43,000 total votes!
Look for the full list of winners in our January/February 2022 issue.
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