Lions hear distillery presentation


The Lynchburg Lions Club held its monthly dinner meeting Feb. 24 at the Lions Club Building in Lynchburg. The club holds its regular business meeting on the second Monday of each month and the dinners are held on the fourth Monday. The dinner meetings are accompanied by an educational program. The February program was presented by Lion Chris Hamlin representing the Lynchburg Historical Society. She presented a detailed history of the Frieburg and Workum Distillery that was a prominent part of the history of Lynchburg. Pictured are Lynchburg Lions President Bob Roth (left) and Hamlin. A map of the distiller operation is also shown.

The Lynchburg Lions Club held its monthly dinner meeting Feb. 24 at the Lions Club Building in Lynchburg. The club holds its regular business meeting on the second Monday of each month and the dinners are held on the fourth Monday. The dinner meetings are accompanied by an educational program. The February program was presented by Lion Chris Hamlin representing the Lynchburg Historical Society. She presented a detailed history of the Frieburg and Workum Distillery that was a prominent part of the history of Lynchburg. Pictured are Lynchburg Lions President Bob Roth (left) and Hamlin. A map of the distiller operation is also shown.


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The Lynchburg Lions Club held its monthly dinner meeting Feb. 24 at the Lions Club Building in Lynchburg. The club holds its regular business meeting on the second Monday of each month and the dinners are held on the fourth Monday. The dinner meetings are accompanied by an educational program. The February program was presented by Lion Chris Hamlin representing the Lynchburg Historical Society. She presented a detailed history of the Frieburg and Workum Distillery that was a prominent part of the history of Lynchburg. Pictured are Lynchburg Lions President Bob Roth (left) and Hamlin. A map of the distiller operation is also shown.

The Lynchburg Lions Club held its monthly dinner meeting Feb. 24 at the Lions Club Building in Lynchburg. The club holds its regular business meeting on the second Monday of each month and the dinners are held on the fourth Monday. The dinner meetings are accompanied by an educational program. The February program was presented by Lion Chris Hamlin representing the Lynchburg Historical Society. She presented a detailed history of the Frieburg and Workum Distillery that was a prominent part of the history of Lynchburg. Pictured are Lynchburg Lions President Bob Roth (left) and Hamlin. A map of the distiller operation is also shown.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/03/web1_Lynchburg-Lions03092020.jpgThe Lynchburg Lions Club held its monthly dinner meeting Feb. 24 at the Lions Club Building in Lynchburg. The club holds its regular business meeting on the second Monday of each month and the dinners are held on the fourth Monday. The dinner meetings are accompanied by an educational program. The February program was presented by Lion Chris Hamlin representing the Lynchburg Historical Society. She presented a detailed history of the Frieburg and Workum Distillery that was a prominent part of the history of Lynchburg. Pictured are Lynchburg Lions President Bob Roth (left) and Hamlin. A map of the distiller operation is also shown. Submitted photo