Women’s Sports Spotlight highlights the work of talented athletes at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park. This month Sports Director Ben Vertin, and the 88.1 the Park Sports Staff, spotlight three athletes across two sports. The featured athletes include Plymouth Swimmer, Brady Kendall, Canton Swimmer Zoe Langenderfer and Salem Cross Country Runner Isabell Kulick.
Plymouth English Teacher Evin Green is testing a new grading system for his classes. 88.1 the Park’s Elise Taylor, talked with Green about the ideas behind the way he evaluates student work.
The Canton Public Safety Department is hosting Treats in Your Trunk, a Halloween event for families, on Thursday October 21, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Connection Church in Canton. 88.1 the Park will be the soundtrack for the evening. 88.1’s Sumedha Sethi spoke with Canton Police Community Relations Officer, Patty Esselink, about the evening.
The Plymouth Community Arts Council and the Downtown Development Authority, through a partnership with the Detroit Institute of Arts, have brought a public art sculpture to Kellogg Park in downtown Plymouth. 88.1 the Park’s News Director, Daniel Schoenherr, spoke with the Executive Director of the PCAC, Lisa Howard, about the new sculpture.
88.1 the Park Sports Director, Ben Vertin, and members of his staff spotlight the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Volleyball teams. They talk with the coaches and Plymouth’s Tara Creekmore, Canton’s Chloe Nelson and Salem’s Marissa Kintz.