Plymouth-Canton Educational Park’s Improv Club gives students another live performance opportunity. 88.1 the Park’s Avneet Pandher, spoke with Club Advisor, Evin Green, and members Ashley Gutta, Charlotte Pavlic and Sreeja Vermulakonda. They talked about improv, opportunities for students, and how they’ve grown from participating.
The Plymouth Historical Museum has opened a new exhibit, Connecting at the Speed of Life. The exhibit explores the history of communications in Plymouth and includes a special tribute to WSDP 88.1 the Park for the station’s 50th Anniversary. 88.1 the Park’s News Director, Daniel Schoenherr, visited the exhibit and then spoke with the Executive Director of the Plymouth Historical Society, Elizabeth Kerstens.
The Plymouth District Library recently hosted special programming for National Leap into Science Week. 88.1 the Park’s Sydney Viloria spoke with Plymouth District Library Youth Services Librarian, Jessica Keeler, about the programs. They also talked about the libraries programming for kids and teens.
The Miracle League of Plymouth has appointed a new Board President. Mark Madonna, the son of founder and commissioner, Deb Madonna, will serve as President. 88.1 the Park’s, Sydney Capen, spoke with Mark about his new role, challenges for the league during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the excitement of providing kids with special needs an opportunity to play baseball. Mark is also an 88.1 alum, and he shared some of his memories from working at the station.
Canton Township will host their Women and Girls March in March for Women’s History Month. The march is coordinated by graduates of the Lead Like a Girl program that the township offers. 88.1 the Park’s, Sydney Capen, spoke with Canton Township Recreation Specialist, Chelsea Straub, about the march.