Margo Marrone’s Plymouth Report

Republished with permission from The Vermont Standard

4/30/12

A warm welcome to Harper Sailer Carlisle, born on 4/24/12 to Morgan & JP Carlisle. Nancy & Jeff Sailer are the proud grandparents, while Bette Anne & Jack Sailer are Harper’s great-grandparents!

More clean-up information! There will be a hazardous waste collection in Springfield at the Transfer Station (135 Fairground Rd) on Saturday, 5/12 from 9 until noon. Folks from Plymouth can participate. Acceptable items are: cleaners, solvents, pesticides, antifreeze, used motor oil, pool chemicals, oil-based paint, varnish, stain, & mercury-containing devises (thermostats, thermometers, etc).

Please be aware that A.B.L.E Waste Management has fast trash & recycling at the town building on Saturdays from noon until 3:00. Call 672-3569 to learn about some of these other items that can be disposed of for a fee: tires, car batteries, refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers, air-conditioners, carpeting, furniture, TVs, & more.

I received info about a special Mother’s Day gift idea that I thought I would share. Hunger Free Vermont is a statewide private non-profit that develops programs to prevent hunger & promote good nutrition for Vermont’s families, using education, technical assistance & advocacy. They work to increase access to federal child nutrition programs such as school meals, summer meals & childcare meals, plus they offer hands-on nutrition education & a cooking series. Check out www.hungerfreevt.org to see about donating in your mom’s name.

May looks like a busy & interesting month: Saturday, 5/5 – GreenUp Day starting at 8:00AM behind the Fire Station & Sunday, 5/6 – Howard Coffin’s Historical Society talk on the Civil War at the Town Building at 1:00 PM. The next Plymouth Community Garden meeting is Tuesday, 5/8, at 7 PM at the Town Building. Then the Strawberry Festival meeting will be Tuesday, 5/15 at 7:00 PM at the Poiriers. Just think – some folks are involved with several of these activities!

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One Response to Margo Marrone’s Plymouth Report

  1. john g perkins says:

    Hi Margo,

    I see you mentioning Chet & Meredith’s (Hathaway) mobile home… I’ve been trying to locate my former Woodstock Inn coworker, Meredith. Can you help me? Maybe pass along my email? We’re living in Central FL, but still have VT #’s – 802.738.9918.

    Many thanks,
    John Perkins
    Formerly of Woodstock, VT
    Johnperkinsbaker@gmail.com

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