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PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Community School Corporation was one of nine Indiana schools recently awarded up to $3,000 each in grants from the Indiana Arts Commission. The money will be used to fund a â€śvirtual book clubâ€ť at Lincoln Jr. High School and Plymouth High School â€” an extension of the â€śOne Book, One Townâ€ť community-wide literacy event. This year, the theme is the Civil War â€” specifically, the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh.
To see the Photo of the Week, go to the Entertainment section. Don't forget to upload your own memorable moments, especially holiday and snow-related photos.
This week's video gives you a peek inside Plymouth's Community Resource Center, which is being built now. The large building, intended to house multiple social service agencies, will be completed in March.
Find the video in the video feeds section at the bottom of the home page.
Winter is here, and the Pilot News Group is giving readers a chance to send in photos of their best snow creations. The feature is titled, "Me and My Snowman."
Readers are encouraged to be creative and use props, outfits, etc. to make their snow people truly unique.
PLYMOUTH â€” What do you get when you take a drummer named Adam Guy, add bassist Scott Hardy, throw in guitarist Jeff Shepherd and top it off with the powerful vocals of Chad Morlan?
You get The Charles Dalton Band, of course, and pure entertainment! Possibly, you were fortunate enough to catch this accomplished cover-band as it recently rocked Plymouthâ€™s Club Omega on Saturday, December 10. The seasoned members of The Charles Dalton Band began performing as a group live in Plymouth and surrounding areas in 2009, but this certainly was not the beginning of their musical careers.
Youth for Christ will be hosting free bowling from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at Quick's Lanes in Plymouth for any high school student in Marshall County.
PLYMOUTH â€” New Yearâ€™s resolutions â€” easily made, not so easily kept. Anyone whoâ€™s ever rung in the new year by promising to exercise regularly or finally get around to that diet will be interested in Fitness Forumâ€™s new program â€śSet, Believe, and Achieve.â€ť
At no added cost to members, Fitness Forum staff will consult with each individual and help them figure out how to realistically meet their goals.
â€śNew yearâ€™s resolutions sometimes fall by the wayside,â€ť said fitness manager Julie Rodriguez. â€śWe want to know what those goals are and set a timeframe to them.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Stone Creek Homes will be moving its corporate headquarters to Plymouth from Nebraska, according to David Ferguson, president and CEO.
Ferguson made the announcement at the Christmas party this month for all of employees and families from the Plymouth plant.
Ferguson said the quality and work ethic of the employees at the Plymouth location is prompting him to move the headquarters here.
Ferguson, who is originally from Plymouth, said, â€śThis is an opportunity to pay forward.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” Executive director of Marshall County United Way Linda Yoder said Wednesday that the organization is at about 50 percent of this yearâ€™s campaign goal of $475,000.
â€śWe are still asking everyone we know to help support United Way and the agencies that are counting on us to provide support for their next year,â€ť said Yoder.