PLYMOUTH â€” When Charlotte Bender of Plymouth purchased the light blue frilly dress for her first daughter in 1955, she had no idea that her great-granddaughters would still be wearing the dress in 2011.
Since the dress was purchased, eleven babies have worn it in a photo taken at 6 months of age â€” a family tradition that, with any luck, will continue.
â€śThe dress is so thin you can see through it,â€ť said Christen White, Benderâ€™s granddaughter.
PLYMOUTH â€” Drivers passing through downtown recently may have noticed an odd landmark in front of Kingâ€™s Jewelry.
The giant gold-colored rock, dubbed â€śThe Rock of Goldâ€ť is a tradition from years past recently reinstated.
â€śIt was very popular back in the 60s and 70s,â€ť said Becky Glaub-Gibbs, of the Chamber of Commerce.
PLYMOUTH â€” Meeting those youâ€™ve looked up to as youâ€™ve gone through your life can be a daunting thing in the best of times. It can be even more so if heâ€™s your commanding officer.
The latest member of Plymouth Schools Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame â€” Major William Lee Jr. â€” had a rather unique experience meeting his idol. He shared the story with those in attendance at Fridayâ€™s banquet to honor him and all Plymouth Alumni at Plymouth High School.