Margo Marrone’s Plymouth Report

Republished with permission from The Vermont Standard

5/19/14

The Reach Out Luncheon (sponsored by Tyson Church & Tyson Ladies Aid) was very well attended on 5/15. Our speaker was Sofya Ward who teaches Zumba, Cardio Kick Boxing, Aqua Zumba, Aqua Paliates at the Spring House at Jackson Gore. As usual, the teens from Windsor County Youth helped to serve & their staff took these pictures. We sang Happy Birthday to Betty Ann Hayward (5/15) & Ruth Bostock (5/16).

Don’t forget that the Tyson Library opens for the season on Saturday, 5/24.  Hours are 10AM – 12 PM Tuesdays thru Saturdays and the first and third Monday evenings 6-7, We are located at 26 Library Road, Plymouth (behind the Tyson Church). Please stop by and visit one of the smallest libraries in Vermont, learn about its history and enjoy some light refreshments. The Tyson Ladies Aid invite you join them for a dedication celebration at the Tyson Library on Sunday, June 8th at 2:00pm. Many improvements have been made to the library with funds donated by special friends in memory of a loved one.

Other May birthdays are Emily DuPont (5/2), Wendy Olsen (5/10) & Julia Baldwin (5/18). Congrats to one & all! I think I may forgotten to note Kyleigh Savery made the honor roll at Black River. I also noticed that Ryan Blanchard is on the Woodstock Lacrosse team. Anna Hepler was part of the cast of the Yoh players production of Happy Birthday Sweet William.

A number of our students attend school in Woodstock. Price Chopper has a Tools for Schools program if folks who shop at their stores & use their Advantage Card, sign up to participate. You can do so by going to www.pricechopper.com & using the school code 13984.

Congratulations to Tesha Buss, whose Good Commons was voted member of the month for May with the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce! For those of you who like garage sales, head to Messer Hill (#s 911 & 1475) on 5/24 & 25 between 8 AM & 4 PM for a wide range of bargains at Eric Johnson’s & the Merrino’s.

The Historic Site open 5/24 with a new exhibit – the Coolidges, Plymouth, & the Civil War. There will be series of lectures over the coming months on the Civil War. More to come….. The Cheese Factory will be open 10:00 – 5:00, 7 days/week starting 5/24. The Wilder House will also open that day!

Terry Bascom is still seeking participants for the Summer Garden program at the Plymouth Schoolhouse. It is open to all ages & can be especially fun for youngsters, whose parents want a space to teach gardening skills. Non-genetically modified seeds will be provided & organic methods will be utilized for the 2’x 25‘ plots. What a great opportunity!

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