If you like roller-skating, it’s time to grab your skates and head out to the Overlook Skating Rink in Lancaster, Pa. on March 29, 2014. Manheim Township, March 15, 2014 reports that Lebanon Levi from “Amish Mafia” will be there in a meet and greet session.
Lebanon Levi will be at the roller-skating party from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. For this event, the proceeds will be used to help restore and maintain the Coleman Memorial Chapel. The event is open to the public and everyone is invited to attend. The event will be held at the Overlook Skating Rink at 301 Golf Drive, in Lancaster, Pa.
Lebanon Levi has helped several different fund raising parties. He appeared at the Eastern Lancaster County Library in New Holland and at the Matthews Public Library in Fredericksburg. Lebanon Levi spent much of his youth reading adventure stories from books found in the library. He believes it is important to raise awareness about libraries and their funding needs.
Lebanon Levi also attended the Palmyra Dairy Queen Car show. This appearance helped benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. He poses for pictures, signs autographs, and sells bumper stickers that say, “Protected by Lebanon.” Sometimes they incorporate Lebanon Levi attending a fundraiser into the show “Amish Mafia.”