Lehocky’s giving heart

It’s the season for giving and Ron Lehocky’s polymer clay work reminds us of what a commitment to giving can accomplish.

As of September 30, Ron reached his goal of 10,000 polymer pins made to support the Louisville Cerebral Palsy KIDS Center. He met his goal in four years, a year ahead of schedule. This year Ron was awarded a prestigious Bell Award for his volunteer work and community involvement.

Since he still has lots of clay, he’s moved the goal to twice the original and he’s already at 11,250 with over $100,000 raised for his cause. Ron has acquired impressive skills as he built his stockpile of hearts and he can quickly demo any technique or trick that you can imagine.

May the joys of giving surround you. Wishing you all the happiest of holidays!

  • reply Jeannie ,

    What an angel. I did something similar for Gillette Children’s Hospital. I’m a volunteer there. Happy Holidays.

    • reply Melanie ,

      Cynthia it makes my heart happy to see Ron featured this morning!…I am so blessed to be able to call him my friend and also to have Ron in our polymer clay group…May God Bless Everyone on this very special Day…. 🙂

      • reply Turkey hearts ,

        […] has followed Ron on this project. Read earlier posts here and here. We can be thankful for artists like Ron who put their talents to such good use. […]

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