Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard
Another bright, sunny morning – how lovely and hopeful – perhaps spring is here! The scent of skunk has infiltrated the air and I understand that the bear has been out and about in the Weaver Hill/Pollard Road vicinity.
There was quite a crowd for the Community luncheon at Tyson Church last Thursday. Our speaker was Mary Hartnett, who formerly worked at the Pentagon. She shared many amazing statistics about the building and provided a personal look of the numerous and varied things that go on there. She had just left a few weeks prior to 9/11, but knew folks who were in harm’s way.
Tyson Ladies Aid held their first community dinner on Sunday evening and a good number of people attended. There was plenty of spaghetti and assorted food to go with it, plus quite a display of desserts! The donations that were received are slated to go to the Plymouth Memory Tree and the Gill Home.
Thursday, 4/26 is the Reading Group gathering at 6:30 PM at the Plymouth Community Center. We will be discussing The Little Old Lady Who Broke All the Rules by Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg. The crime capers in this book should provide lively discussion. Everyone is welcome.
Two of our youth (Anna Hepler and Eve Cole) are involved in the Yoh Theatre Players production of Fly by Night this coming weekend. This tale includes young love, wonderful music, all taking place against the backdrop of the 1965 blackout in the northeast. Some of us remember it well! Performances are at 7 PM on Friday, 4/27 and Saturday, 4/28. On Sunday, 4/29 it takes place at 3 PM.