Luc Nyhus graduated from Canton High School in 2007 with dreams of making it big in music. Those dreams led him to Nashville, and eventually to gigs playing guitar for Big and Rich and Aaron Lewis. Rebekah McBride spoke with the songwriter and guitarist about his memories of Canton and Plymouth, his success, and the song Folded Flag.
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park’s Lightning Robotics team reached a new pinnacle this year when they claimed their first World Championship in St. Louis. 88.1 the Park’s Max Jenkins spoke with their Faculty Advisor, Jay Obsniuk, about this monumental accomplishment.
Service clubs in the Plymouth area are joining together for the Greater Plymouth Service Project. They will be packaging 250,000 meals in a partnership with Kids Coalition Against Hunger. Saba Mangla spoke with Nick Schultz, event chairman, to learn more about the project.
Sam Badger spoke with Canton Police Community Relations Officer, Patty Esselink, about the recent Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Workshop held by the Canton Community Foundation. They also talked about the challenge of opioid addictions and how the Canton Police are confronting it.
The National Honor Society at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park will host the SJ5K on Sunday May 7, to benefit families facing medical and financial crisis. This year’s race will benefit Michelle Wilson, Regina Wilburn, Lynn Walkuski, Fin Gorgeffen, Courtney Todd, Ray Barnes and Lizzy Verdugo. 88.1 the Park’s Dunni Adegbite had a chance to talk with Lizzy Verdugo and her family about the SJ5K and the impact of the communities support. More information on the race is at SJ5K.org.