PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Aquatics Club is hosting a Pre Stomp Blueberry Festival Spaghetti Supper on Sunday from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Council 1975 in Plymouth. The supper will feature special guest speaker Brenda Uceny, mother of Olympian Morgan Uceny.
The supper is an all-you-can-eat pasta with homemade sauce, bread and dessert to raise funds for the Plymouth Aquatics Club for training equipment/facilities and scholarships for athletes.
PLYMOUTH â€” Giving blood is always a good idea. But for Plymouth High School students, teachers, and staff, the blood drive held Wednesday at the school was also a chance to support one of their own.
â€śThe varsity club sponsors the fall blood drive each year,â€ť said PHS teacher Laura Kruyer, who organized the drive. â€śThis year, we decided to have it in honor of Hope (Banghart, a PHS sophomore recently diagnosed with leukemia).â€ť
Donors signed a large banner that reads, â€śGet Well Soon, Hope! Your Family at PHS.â€ť
PLYMOUTH Ââ€” Centennial Park was a buzz Wednesday in anticipation of this weekendâ€™s Blueberry Festival.
Tents were going up, vendors were bringing their wares in and parks department employees were hard at work.
Larry Faulstich, vice president of the festivalâ€™s board, anticipated crowds of around 300,000 people to file in and out of the park over the four-day event.
â€śWe have something for everyone,â€ť said Faulstich.
From softball and volleyball tournaments to BMX shows and even arm wrestling, Faulstich feels like the festival lives up to its goal.