Lifeline of Ohio’s mission is to empower our community to save and heal lives through organ, eye and tissue donation. Their vision is a community where every individual embraces organ, eye and tissue donation. Lifeline of Ohio’s values include: Compassion, Advocacy, Integrity, Excellence and Collaboration. An independent, non-profit organization, Lifeline of Ohio promotes and coordinates the donation of human organs and tissue for transplantation.
The Columbus Buffalo Soldiers MC Inc. is proud to partner with Lifeline of Ohio to bring awareness to the need for organ, eye and tissue donation. The solution to this staggering crisis is one in which everyone can play a role. By learning or sharing more about the dramatic difference one individual can make in saving and enhancing lives through organ, eye and tissue donation, lives can be saved and healed.
The National Veterans Memorial and Museum began with a vision from the late Senator John Glenn (1921-2016), Colonel, USMC (Retired), who understood the pressing need to honor the legacy of the courageous men and women who answered the call for our country. We must carefully preserve not only the names, dates, and battles but the intimate memories, personal belongings and painful losses of our nation’s Veterans. His vision is now the guiding principle for the institution he inspired.
Pipes & Pleasures had its grand opening in a distinct red brick house on Main Street in Columbus, Ohio in 1977. The front section of the house was converted into a traditional tobacco shop selling pipe tobacco, cigars, and pipes manufactured by well known companies such as Dunhill, Charatan, and Savinelli as well as the high-grade S&R pipes that Steve and Roswitha carved.
It's no secret throughout the country that Pipes & Pleasures has the best maintained cigars in the Columbus area as well as the best selection of premium cigars available in the area including the much sought-after Davidoff line.