Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard.
Here I sit on this cold Sunday, wondering what this week’s anticipated storm will bring. Sometimes all the hype that leads to changed plans is simply not necessary. Yet, do we ignore the warnings and assume that we will be able to keep our appointments? A quandary to say the least!
Thanks to Midge Tucker for putting forth the effort to honor Eliza Ward (affectionately known as Liza), who volunteered at the school, was a wealth of knowledge about her beloved Plymouth and an author and active supporter of the Historical Society. There are many others who need to be remembered. The plan is to revitalize the garden originally started by the students of Plymouth Elementary School (now the Community Center) and to name it the Memory Garden as a way to honor loved ones.
So, if you would like to participate, an 8 inches square brick paver, with 20 characters across (including spaces between words), and up to 6 lines down can be purchased for $25.50, payable to the Historical Society. Money and orders need to be at the Town Office (68 Town Office Rd, Plymouth 05056) no later than 3/31. Contact Midge Tucker (672-3086) or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Plan to come to the Reach Out Luncheon in the Community Room at Tyson Church this Thursday, 3/11 at 11:00 AM for Joanie’s yummy chili and to listen to the music of Adam Boyce and friend. If it is corned beef you are after, consider the dinner at the Catholic Church in Ludlow on Saturday. Or do both!
Local talent will be involved in the Yoh Theatre presentation of Much Ado About Nothing on Friday and Saturday at 7:00 PM and at 2:00 PM on Sunday. The cost is $10/Adults, $5/Children/Students/Seniors. This Sunday is the Children’s Service at Tyson Church. Join us at 10:30 AM for Worship when we will have a special story for the youngsters. Meet with Susan Mordecai for gentle yoga/meditation at the Community Center at 8:00 AM on Saturday!