Volunteers Needed to Clean-up the Pingree Farm

From Jill Davies, Plymouth Recovery Coordinator

WHEN: Saturday, October 29, 2011

WHERE: 4181 Route 100, Plymouth, VT 05056

VENUE: remove a jeep & tractor from a sugarhouse severly damaged by tropical storm Irene & clean up yard in front of farmhouse

DESCRIPTION: After Tropical Storm Irene, the family farm was destroyed as was their primary residence (Dorothy & Roger Pingree), Wright Construction’s President Brett Wright saw their losses and has volunteered a crew to help us out at the farm to try and salvage a jeep and tractor that were in a sugarhouse and to clean up the yard around the farmhouse. Still needed are a handful of volunteers to help with the hand digging around the tractor & jeep. Bring a spade shovel and garden tools such as a trowel.

STREET ADDRESS 4181 route 100


COUNTY Windsor


CONTACT Michelle Pingree


EMAIL FOR MORE INFO bufordandshelby@netzero.net

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1 Response to Volunteers Needed to Clean-up the Pingree Farm

  1. This is most excellent! I’m so glad the Pingree’s are getting some help.

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