A UNIQUE 2020 TAX BREAK WHEN YOU DONATE
Despite the uncertainty brought on by Covid19 The Leon Historical Society will continue to reach out and try to help the community and others learn about local history.
You can help the Society and reduce you taxes by taking advantage of a tax provision in the CARES Act. If you take the standard deduction on your 2020 tax return you can contribute up to $300 ($600 for married couples) to a charitable organization like Leon Historical Society and add that amount to this deduction. This will reduce your Adjusted Gross Income, consequently reducing your taxable income and your taxes.
Check with your tax advisor or the IRS (IRS.com or 1 800 829 1040) and
Checks payable to the Leon Historical Society
Leon Historical Society
7111 West Road
Conewango Valley, NY 14726
Be sure to include your return address
NOTICE: While we remain closed to the public, a General Business Meeting is scheduled for September 28, 2020 at 6:00 PM at the Church. An Election of Officers and Trustees with nominations from the floor will take place. Everyone is expected to follow all NYSDOH guidelines for health and safety such as masks and social distancing.
All Members Please plan to attend.
We have donuts and coffee at 8:30AM and start sewing and quilting at the Old 1836 Church at the 4-corners in Leon, NY. Break for lunch around noon and finish up around 5:00PM. A full day of Amish Folk Art!
Coffee, donuts and lunch included with $40.00 per session registration fee that includes all supplies needed to complete one project.
Come join us in downtown Leon, NY in the heart of New York Amish Country!
Fun, laughter and get to know our Amish Folk Art Artists!
Amish Quilts on Display
For more information please visit us at LeonHistoricalSociety.webs.com
Call 716-296-5709 or 716-257-5272 to register.The grant programs at the Tri-County Arts Council are made possible with funding by the New York State Council on the Arts with support from Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature