88.1 the Park News Director, Alivia Wiacek, talks with two of the organizers behind a new girl’s field hockey team at P-CEP. She spoke with team treasurer Dana Hines and one of the players, Brenna Hines.
Art in the Park has been a mainstay in the Plymouth community for 39 years. It started with only 30 vendors in Kellogg Park, and now has over 400 and stretches through the streets of downtown Plymouth. Kaylie Seifert spoke with Art in the Park Director, Raychel Rork, about this year’s festival, which takes place July 13-15.
88.1 the Park’s Public Affairs Director, Brooke Wiggins, spoke with travel writer, Amy Eckert, about her new book “100 Things to do in Detroit Before You Die.” Eckert recently released a second edition of the book that adds new places and removes places that no longer exist. The talked about the book, travel writing, and other writing projects.
The summer months bring a busy concert and event schedule to downtown Plymouth. Bill Keith spoke with the Director of the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority, Tony Bruscato, about the concerts, work on the Kellogg Park fountain and parking.
88.1 the Park’s Public Affairs Director, Saba Mangla, is also a member of the award winning Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Culinary Program. For her final Community Focus she spotlighted this hard working team as they prepare for lunch at the Rock Cafe at Salem High School.