PLYMOUTH â Two local organizations for kids will be getting a lot of âenergyâ from others this Blueberry Festival weekend.
The Adams Street Kids â a local youth ministry of several area churches â will once again make all their operating funds from the annual Blueberry Stomp. A good idea to help runners with their âenergyâ will help the Plymouth Sharks Swim Club make some funds for their season.
The Swim Club will host a spaghetti dinner for all runners in the Stomp to âcarb upâ on Sunday night before the traditional Monday run that ends at the parade.
PLYMOUTH â Francis Ellert, plant manager for Coca-Cola Bottling in Plymouth, recently presented a check to Julie Stauffer, executive director of Adams Street Ministries. The donation will assist the youth groups from several churches in hosting the 37th annual Blueberry Stomp.
The Stomp will take place Monday morning prior to the Labor Day Parade.