Photos from Recent Plymouth Events

With all of the weather-related problems (that is, because I was without power most of the week), I did not get Margo’s Plymouth Report from last week posted. It was, of course, in the Standard. But here are some nice photos of the Coolidge Holiday Open House and the lighting of the Memory Tree that, I believe, were meant to go with the report. I think they’re too good not to post. Please enjoy them!

Thanks to Sue Poirier for these from the Memory Tree lighting:

Pam Bruno, Sally Scarp & Sandie Small - Tyson Ladies Aid elves serving at Wilder House

Al Poirier at the lighting of the Plymouth Memory Tree

Pam Bruno, Sally Scarp & Sandie Small - Tyson Ladies Aid elves serving at Wilder House

Pam Bruno, Sally Scarp & Sandie Small – Tyson Ladies Aid elves serving at Wilder House

Pam Bruno, Sally Scarp & Sandie Small

Sally Scarp, Carol Coyne, Betty Aubin

Sue Poirier and Sally Markwell

Sue Poirier and Sally Markwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Elsa Gilbertson for these from the Coolidge Open House:

Gesine Bullock-Prado

Gesine Bullock-Prado

 Shirley Billings and Cathy Lee looking at Gesine’s book

Shirley Billings and Cathy Lee looking at Gesine’s book

Cilley Store in the background, Fred DePaul with his horses & sleigh

Cilley Store in the background, Fred DePaul with his horses & sleigh

 

 

 

 

 

Now, if only I can get my phone service back, all will be right in my world. (I hope your snow-power-phone-TV-internet issues are resolving themselves, too!)

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