Plymouth “Bounty Day” Participation is Growing

Participation in the Plymouth Bounty Day event is growing rapidly! More and more local people, businesses, services, activities, and organizations are going to take advantage of this great opportunity to network with one another and with Plymouth residents, visitors and neighbors.

If you are a Plymouth resident, visitor, neighbor, or friend, you are invited. Please come! You will discover new resources right here, in your back yard – while making new friends.

If you live in Plymouth and have a business either inside or outside of town, or if you participate in an organization or support a cause, have a passion you want to share or are looking for neighbors who have similar interests, you can be a vendor! Just let me know you want to come, and then bring your own table, display, material, coupons, products for sale, samples, or anything else that will help you share the word with your neighbors. (If it’s legal, you can bring it, show it, share it, or sell it.) New people and enterprises are joining weekly!

Join us! Here is an up-to-date list of our confirmed participants —

Farm & Wilderness Camporganic produce for sale, summer outdoor experience camps.

VT Snowmobile Tours – Backcountry Tours – snowmobile rentals & tours.

Snow Sneakers Snowmobile ClubPlymouth’s club for snowmobiling enthusiasts.

WillowDrawsmulticultural art.

Plymouth Historical Societysafeguarding Plymouth’s story & historical artifacts.

Good Commonsyour perfect place to relax – retreat – revitalize.

Sandie Smallcrafts.

Wyldon Fishmanhome energy efficiency audit/solar energy demonstration (NY Chapter, American Solar Energy Society).

Robert FishmanRobert Fishman’s nearly famous organic sourdough bread recipe.

Sarah KaminskyHerbalife representative.

Mike BagleyArborist.

Plymouth Memory TreePlymouth residents offering confidential financial assistance to Plymouth residents.

Tyson Ladies Aid Societysupporting the Tyson Library, funding scholarships for local students, and providing programs that benefit our community.

We also invited County and State agencies that provide valuable social services to Plymouth. The following organizations will be here with information and resources:

Ottauquechee Health Foundationsupporting access to healthcare through Good Neighbor Grants to individuals and families, and Organizational Grants to community health organizations.

Mt Ascutney Hospital & Health Center’s Community Health Teamimproving health and health care through community-based medical, social, and mental health services, and education and support programs.

Andrea Nickerson, Vermont Health Connect Navigatorproviding information and assistance in signing up for Vermont Health Connect, Vermont’s Health Insurance program.

Senior Solutions (former Council on Aging)providing a range of targeted social services to Vermonters 60 years and older, their caregivers, and families.

Plymouth Bounty Day is Saturday, September 27th from 10 am – 2 pm, at the Plymouth Schoolhouse Activity Center. See you there!

For more information, or to register as a vendor: terry.bascom@yahoo.com; 672-5390.

Also see PlymouthSchool.org/Bounty, for more information and the latest confirmed participants.

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