Plymouth Documentary on Tropical Storm Irene Debuts This Weekend — Margo’s Plymouth Report

Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard.

Thanks to the Volunteers at Pingree's 10/29/11

Tropical Storm Irene remembered with a new documentary film this weekend at the President Coolidge Education Center.

8/14/16

Can you believe this heat?  A day here or there is one thing, but this sustained hot weather and humidity is so un-Vermont-like!  Since we live in the middle of the woods, it is not usually a problem, but lately the only cool place is our basement.  Thank goodness we have refreshing lakes, too.

Thanks to everyone who came out to the Tyson Ladies Aid Bazaar on Saturday.  It was moved to the Ludlow Community Center, which is located in the old Armory.  No air conditioning, but with fans, it was a bit cooler than outside.  When the downpour came at 1:30, it would have been a disaster if we had been in Veterans Park as initially planned.

I understand that Richard Moore’s son, Timothy, who grew up in Plymouth passed away on 8/4 at the age of 59. He was well-known in the fire fighting community.  Sorry I did not know earlier to advise you about his celebration of life that was held 8/13.

Please note that the Reach Out Luncheon will be held downstairs at Tyson Church on Thursday, 8/18, starting at 11:00 with June Capron as our speaker.  The BBQ will include chicken and hot dogs!

Another reminder at the “Irene” film to be shown at the Historic Site.  Check with Midge (midgetucker@gmail.com or 672-3086) to see if Saturday, 8/27 at 7:00 PM is booked up.  There are probably still openings for the showing at 3:00 PM on Sunday, 8/28, though.

Also, please mark your calendar for the new organ dedication to be held at Tyson Church during our regular morning Worship at 10:30 AM on 8/28.  We want to thank everyone for participating in our successful fundraising effort.  All are welcome and encouraged to attend!  Refreshments to follow.

 

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