Margo Marrone’s Plymouth Report

Republished with permission from The Vermont Standard


Finally – nice weather this past weekend! Seemed to be many bikers on Rte 100 & people enjoying water activities. With many visitors to our area, the roads are a bit more congested & there have been some accidents as a result. Please be careful!

The Historical Society is still busy organizing in their new space at the former school building. Their next meeting will be 8/7 at 7:00 PM, at which time they will set a date for an open house.

Just a note about how well the various organizations in town work cooperatively. The groups that sponsor the Strawberry Festival – Tyson Ladies Aid, Tyson Church, & Emergency Services each contributed to a campership at Bethany Birches this year. Last year, funds went to Farm & Wilderness. It is wonderful to see people working side by side to enhance our community!

The Reach Out Luncheon this month will be Thursday, 7/25 & we will be having a BBQ this time. Considering joining us downstairs in the Community Room of Tyson Church at 11:00 AM.

The first Grace Coolidge Musicale will take place 8/4 from 3:00 – 4:30, featuring Verandah Porche reading from her new book, Sudden Eden & music by Abi Charbeneau. Refreshments will follow at the Wilder House.

Speaking of the Wilder House, glad to hear that Monk Hale is home now & recuperating nicely from his recent surgery.

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