PLYMOUTH — 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.
There is still time to register to participate in the 1-mile non-competitive Fun Run while the 5-K Run is a beautiful out and back course through residential tree-lined Plymouth. Official times will be given up to 50 minutes. The 15K wheelchair race and the 15K run start at the south edge of Centennial Park, going through downtown Plymouth and out into the beautiful countryside. This is an out-and-back course with the first and last three-quarters of a mile viewed by an expected 50,000 spectators.
The course has rolling hills and is a challenge to the best of runners. Water is available at the starting area and several different areas along the course and at the finish.