Food & Drink

Lewisboro Lions Offer up a ‘Taste of Lewisboro’

Lions Club member Ted Donohue serves up drinks all night. Here, he gets a beer for President Tony Goncalves. Credits: Brian Marschhauser
Alfredo Gonzalez, Liz Katz, Victor Ponzo and Joanne Ponzo have a good time. Credits: Brian Marschhauser
Fred Wittner plays some tunes. Credits: Brian Marschhauser
Remy Hoti, owner and chef of La Vista, donated food for the event. Credits: Brian Marschhauser
Cameron’s Deli donated a wedge for the event. Credits: Brian Marschhauser
The Lions raffled off a gift basket. Credits: Brian Marschhauser
Lions Club members Sue Vales and Colleen McLafferty Credits: Brian Marschhauser
The Lewisboro Lions enjoy a beautiful evening at Onatru Farm. Credits: Brian Marschhauser

SOUTH SALEM, N.Y. – Area restaurants offered up a “Taste of Lewisboro” last week at Onatru Farm for a good cause.

The event was organized by the Lewisboro Lions Club. The $35 admission provided a night of music, drinks, and meals.

“All of the money we raise goes back into the Lions and our community,” said member Mike Keech. The club gives back in various ways, such as student scholarships, cookouts, and infrastructure repairs. Recently, the club funded renovations to the Cyrus Russell Community House.

Donations can also be made to the Lewisboro Lions Club at P.O. Box 255, South Salem, NY 10590.

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