Lebanon Levi, aka Levi King Stoltzfus, from “Amish Mafia” will make his first public appearance since he allegedly quit the show. Mark you calendars for May 18, 2014 for the 6th Annual Richland American Legion Car and Bike Show.
Lebanon attended the car and bike show last year, according to Lebanon Daily News. Rob Miller, vice president of the Richland chapter of Sons of the American Legion and Richland Legion Riders told Lebanon Daily News that Lebanon helped draw the people in to the event. He said, "Hopefully, he'll still have that draw."
The cost of admission to the 6th Annual Richland American Legion Car and Bike Show is $15 per carload. Registration starts at 10 a.m. The show kicks off at noon and runs until 3 p.m. at the Richland Legion. The proceeds will go toward the Leek Hunting Preserve in Potter County. L-E-E-K helps the mental and physical healing process of our wounded soldiers. Their website states the mission of this organization as; "Provide a friendly handicap-accessible camp environment and therapeutic outdoor activities like hunting and fishing, LEEK believes in encouraging our wounded heroes to focus on their abilities, without compromising their current physical limitations."
Lebanon will spend time with his fans and pose for pictures. He will have some pictures to sell for a small fee. After you finish visiting with Lebanon, you can check out the vehicles on display. Rob Miller reports that the number of vehicles varies each year depending on the weather. However, they usually have 50 or more beautiful vehicles and bikes to admire.
For those who enjoy looking at vehicles, the show does not discriminate. It is open to any make or model. Trophies will go to the best vehicles from different time periods. They will choose a vehicle to win the commander’s choice award and the people’s choice award.
If you get hungry during the car show, between 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., $7 will buy you a delicious meal of Chicken and pulled pork. If you want something else, there will be other food venders because you can buy from.
In 2013, the Richland Legion was able to donate $7,000 to L.E.E.K.
Lebanon Levi has been a part of several different fund raising parties. He helped raise funds at the Eastern Lancaster County Library in New Holland and at the Matthews Public Library in Fredericksburg. He attended the Palmyra Dairy Queen Car show with the proceeds going to the Children’s Miracle Network.