Margo Marrone’s Plymouth Report


By the time this article is out, Valentine’s Day will be over, but I hope that everyone will have felt loved & found a way to express love! As I am writing, the snow (that never materialized on Saturday) is gently falling. I think I will go out & make a big heart in the driveway for my Valentine, especially since I already received my flowers from him! This will be a short article because we going to pick up Tom’s mom to take her out for a pre-Valentine lunch.

Happy Birthday wishes to Laurie Marechaux on the 21st! I would love to have more birthday input, so others will know to send their best wishes. Never fear, I don’t tell your age, unless, of course it is a milestone you want me to mention!

Don’t forget the Planning Commission meeting on the Town Plan on Friday, 2/24 at 7:00 PM. I have not had an opportunity to see it, but copies are available at the Town Office. You may recall there have been some differences of opinion regarding the direction our town should be taking, so it will be important to see what the latest version includes.

The Reach Out Luncheon will be Thursday, 2/16 & our speakers will be Betsy & Russ Tonkin, who will be telling us about their recent volunteer trip Anse-La-Raye, St Lucia through Global Volunteers, where they worked with children & young families to help improve nutrition & health. Come at 11:00 to hear what they have to say, then enjoy our spaghetti lunch – with or without meatballs!

We will be having our Ash Wednesday service at Tyson Church at 6:00 PM on 2/22. Self-evaluation & repentance mark this start to the season of Lent. Everyone is welcome to attend. It will not be a very long service, but a reflective one. If you would like more information, just give me a call.

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