Buddy Up Plymouth Fitness Challenge is returning to Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex this fall. 88.1 the Park’s Brooke Wiggins spoke with Buddy Shuh, a participant on the Biggest Loser TV Show and the founder of Buddy UP, about the plans for this year’s fitness program in Plymouth.
Plymouth and Plymouth Township are beginning to explore the possibilities of join recreation programs. These initial discussions include a survey of the community. Maxim Jenkins spoke with Plymouth Township Supervisor, Kurt Heise, about the possibilities for the two communities to work together.
The Wilcox Foundation in Plymouth has an annual Scholarship Essay Contest for graduating seniors in the Plymouth-Canton Community. This year’s essays were focused on the history of Plymouth’s Old Village and 14 students were awarded a combined $23,000 in scholarships. Bill Keith spoke with two of the winners, Plymouth High School graduates Amanda Barberena and David Zylka.
This past Spring the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools conducted their second Climate Survey of community members and staff. Sam Badger spoke with Nick Brandon, Director of Communications, about the survey.
Seva4Everybody began as a group of friends looking for opportunities to give back to the community. What began as sporadic events has become over 50 service events a year. Seva refers to the Sikh principal of selfless service for all humanity. 88.1 the Park’s News Director, Rebekah McBride, spoke with Harman Singh, Director of Operations for Seva4Everybody.