Tyson Ladies Aid Bazaar This Saturday!!!!

The event that you all have been waiting for is finally going to happen: Saturday, August 11th at the Gazebo across from the Baptist Church in Ludlow. The Ladies have put together an incredible array of gift baskets to take a chance of winning…everything from spaghetti dinner complete with the fixing’s and cookware to…..MYSTERY gift basket (whoa!!! This is the most fun!).

Of course to go with all this is our famous CHICKEN BBQ complete with corn and a side salad. Got a sweet tooth? The Ladies famous baked goods will be there for you to choose whatever tickles your fancy at the time or just take home for the family and friends. And yes, there will be a book sale too !

Tents will open for business from 10 a.m. to 2 pm so come early, come hungry and come with your shopping list of gifts for yourself, friends or family. All money earned goes to support various community projects such as the free Tyson Library, a scholarship for a graduating senior from Black River High School and Woodstock High School and many and various community support projects. Help us help the community while you have fun too! For more information contact Janine Norman at 802-228-8764. Hope to see you there on Saturday!!!

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Community Luncheon, Tyson Ladies Aid Bazaar Coming This Week — Margo’s Plymouth Report

Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard

Greetings from afar!  I understand it has been hot & humid in VT. Well, not quite as hot as Sacramento, though.  Still smoky here, too

I gather there was a good crowd at the Old Home Day festivities this weekend – the BBQ sold out!  Nice to have such good local support

The Community Luncheon will take place on  Thursday 8/16 at Tyson Church because everyone is pulling together to make sure it happens. I am so glad….

Sorry, but that is all i have for now. I can get email so send me info!

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Tyson Ladies Aid Bazaar Arrives Saturday!!!!

Tyson Ladies Aid announces that the event you all have been waiting for is finally going to happen: Saturday, August 11th at the Gazebo across from the Baptist Church in Ludlow. The Ladies have put together an incredible array of gift baskets to take a chance of winning…everything from spaghetti dinner complete with the fixings and cookware to…..MYSTERY gift basket (whoa!!! This is the most fun!).

Tents will open for business from 10 a.m. to 2 pm.

All money earned goes to support various community projects such as the free Tyson Library, a scholarship for a graduating senior from Black River High School and Woodstock High School and many and various community support projects.

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Old Home Day at the President Calvin Coolidge Historic Site this Saturday! — Margo’s Plymouth Report

Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard.

Coolidge Old Home Day, 2014. (Image: T Bascom)

7/29

Get ready for the fun and activities that will be the highlight of this coming weekend – Old Home Day at the President Coolidge Historic Site on Saturday 8/5 from 10 – 4  Jim Cooke will portray John Quincy Adams at 1:30 in the Union Christian Church and the afternoon Cheese Factory will have delicious samples to offer, so you can decide what flavor to take home.

Enjoy traditional crafts, farm demonstrations, wagon rides and the Chicken BBQ by Plymouth Emergency Services. I regret that I will not be there this year to help serve because I really enjoy visiting with everyone.  I will also miss the Book Group meeting this Thursday.

So, from toasty Sacramento, where it is a bit hazy from the two fires at least two hours away in two different directions, I send my best. We came out to visit friends and to attend a wedding (Joan Wilson’s)  I, however took a fall and had three screws inserted in my hip. Therefore I have had to remain out here while Tom returned home.  I am healing nicely and receiving good care, as well as extra hugs from friends, Tom and Nancy.

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No Yoga this Sunday at The CC

There will be no Yoga class this Sunday, July 29th at The Community Center.

Class will resume the following Sunday at 10:30am.

All levels welcome,  $12 per class or 10 classes for $90.00

 

 

 

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Grace Coolidge Musicale — Margo’s Plymouth Report

Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard.

Peyton, and baby Kobe Joyner, grandchildren of Elaine and Bruce Pauley.

7/22/18

So sorry about the fire, but also glad that much was able to be salvaged. The response in VT is so heartwarming – folks jump in to help in so many ways. The sense of community runs deep.

Tom and I walked up the road the other day and noticed that the brook running under our driveway was dry. Quite a contrast to the raging torrent when “Irene” visited town. All the vegetation was glistening today (Sunday)  and seemed to be happy with the rain. Today signaled a day for me to accomplish a few things indoors, which is needed every once in a while!

We had a nice crowd for the Community Luncheon last Thursday. Thanks to Windsor County Youth Services for handling the BBQ and to the several volunteers who provided salads, fruit, and dessert. Also, it wouldn’t have happened if the Echo Lake Inn didn’t lent us their grill – thanks, Tom!

Aren’t grandchildren wonderful. The picture is Peyton, 3 year old sister of Kobe, born July 6, 2018, to Mike and Lauren Joyner.  Peyton and Kobe are the joy of grandparents Bruce and Elaine Pauley and it is easy to see why!

The second Grace Coolidge Musicale will take place on Sunday, July 29, at 4:00 p.m. [at the Calvin Coolidge Homestead church, I believe -ed.] The 45-minute concert is free, although donations are always welcome. This performance will feature the Mairzy Doats Duo – mezzo-soprano Ellen Nordstrom and pianist Abigail Charboneau. Please join them for popular tunes of World Wars I and II and the years between, with a special tribute to Irving Berlin. To add to the fun there will be vintage costumes and décor.

 

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August 7 Public Forum on Land Use Warned

On August 7, 2018 at 7:00PM the Town of Plymouth Planning Commission & Zoning Board of Adjustment will hold a public forum to discuss potential changes to future land use in the Town of Plymouth and review the current town plan.

Please visit the Two Rivers – Ottauquechee Regional Commission Site @

http://www.trorc.org/towns/plymouth

for the current town plan and zoning ordinance.

Public input is encouraged.

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Two Student Plays to be Performed at Bookstock. And RIP John Wheeler — Margo’s Plymouth Report

Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard

7/16/18

Isn’t it fortunate that we have lovely lakes in our town where we can cool off on hot days? I drove through Reading on Sunday afternoon and hit a cloud burst. Coming up Tyson/Reading Rd I could see where the rain stopped. Needless to say, when I arrived home, I had to water my gardens!

How exciting that two of our Plymouth students are having their one-act plays performed at Bookstock – Anna Helpler’s is “What a Piece of Work is Will” and Julia Kowalski wrote one entitled “’Right Back at It”. They will be presented on Saturday, 7/28 on the Green in Woodstock.

It is with sadness that I note the passing of John Wheeler. He was a fixture in our area in many ways. As a member of the Plymouth Fire Dept, he worked hard at fighting fires, but also put out some wonderful dinners as well. The younger generation will always recall his role as Santa Clause! When Tom and I visited on Saturday, he was on comfort care and Bea was by his side. Please note the funeral will take place on Thursday, 7/19 at 11:00 AM at the Church of the Annunciation in Ludlow. Tyson Ladies Aid, of which Bea was an active member for many years, we be handling the luncheon there.

The Community Luncheon will still take place at Tyson Church at 11:30 on Thursday, 7/19.

Real estate in moving and we have had another two property transfers. 1. 463 Crown Point Road for $182,000, Michael Shannon to Alexander Baker. 2. Land on Round Top Road for $2,800 from the Iain Mackay Disclaimer Trust to Laurie Cieciuch and Christine Cohen.

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