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Plymouth Aquatics Club Spaghetti Supper Sunday features guest speaker Brenda Uceny

August 30, 2012

PLYMOUTH — 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.

Giving hope for Hope

August 30, 2012

PLYMOUTH — 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.
“The varsity club sponsors the fall blood drive each year,” said PHS teacher Laura Kruyer, who organized the drive. “This year, we decided to have it in honor of Hope (Banghart, a PHS sophomore recently diagnosed with leukemia).”
Donors signed a large banner that reads, “Get Well Soon, Hope! Your Family at PHS.”

Vendors, Crews Prep For Blueberry Festival

August 30, 2012

PLYMOUTH ­— Centennial Park was a buzz Wednesday in anticipation of this weekend’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 festival’s board, anticipated crowds of around 300,000 people to file in and out of the park over the four-day event.
“We have something for everyone,” said Faulstich.
From softball and volleyball tournaments to BMX shows and even arm wrestling, Faulstich feels like the festival lives up to its goal.

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