It’s a Quiet January — Margo’s Plymouth Report


Well, the weather certainly has been strange this winter and the most I guess we can say is that it has been changeable!  I was so glad it was fairly warm on Sunday, so most folks made it to church without mishap despite the rain.

Lots of parties going on in Tyson these days – good food, good friends and good fun.  Sunday evening while we were enjoying a wonderful array of appetizers, the rumble of thunder caught our attention, then the flashes of lightening brightened up the room!

We had an animated discussion of The Race to Paris at the Reading Group last week.  The next book is The Light Between Oceans, which will be discussed on 2/11.

I really don’t have much news about what is going on in Plymouth.  Haven’t made it to the 5 Corners Brew Pub yet, but hope to do so soon.  So, let me know what is happening in town that would be of interest to folks!

On a sad note, we have lost 2 local folks recently.  Town Clerk, Sandie Small’s husband, Charles, passed away a week or so ago and I received a call from Linda Rossi that Gail Carbonaro passed away on 1/9.  Charles had been in Cedar Hill Nursing Home and Gail had been living with her sister for the past several months.  Both will be missed.  Condolesences to their families and friends.

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