The Canton Community Foundation is celebrating 30 years of serving the community. 88.1 the Park’s Emma Johnston talked with Foundation President, Beth Meade, about their role in Canton and Plymouth.
March is Reading Month so Sam Badger spoke with Canton Public Library Director, Eva Davis. They talked about events at the library, parking lot renovations, and a few of Eva’s favorite books.
88.1 the Park’s Public Affairs Director, Brooke Wiggins, spoke with Steven Darr, Director of Open Door Ministry in Canton. Open Door Ministry provides food for families in need, as well as a job bank, counseling, job skills training and referrals for additional care.
Anupam Chugh-Sidhu was appointed by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Board of Education to fulfill the the remaining term vacated by Patty Mullen when she resigned. Ms. Chugh-Sidhu had just completed two years on the board and was unsuccessful in running for election in November. 88.1 the Park’s Sydney Wallace spoke with her about serving on the board and her recent appointment.
The Park Players Theater Company has been one of the mainstay arts organizations in the Plymouth and Canton for over 48 years. The company was launched by former English teacher, Gloria Logan. Superintendent, Monica Merritt, spoke with two of the current students that lead the Park Players. Madison Wiley and Dalton Barthold are seniors at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park.
This episode will air on 88.1 the Park on February 19, 26 and Mark 5 at 5:45 p.m.