Community Financial Credit Union gives away $1,000 per day for 60 days of the summer through their Summer of Sharing program. The grants go to local nonprofit groups that are making a difference in the communities that CFCU serves. 88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Community Relations Manager, Natalie McLaughlin, about the program. 88.1 the Park is a past recipient of a Summer of Sharing grant.
The Plymouth High School Debate Team won the State Championship in 1920, which was the first State Championship for a Plymouth team or individual. This year is the 100th anniversary of that milestone. 88.1 the Park Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Salem Social Studies Teacher, Darrin Silvester, about the significance of the team and victory.
Local songwriter and recording artist, Steve Firneno, was recently reflecting back to his teen years and was inspired to write a song called “I’m a Quaranteen.” 88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, recently spoke with Steve about the song, his music and the importance of music education.
Morgan Stephens is a Canton High School graduate and current student at Central Michigan University. She organized the Black Lives Matter Protest at Kellogg Park in Plymouth last week. 88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with her about organizing the protest.
Calvary Baptist Church in Canton has started the Blessing Box, a 5 foot by 6 foot shed with food and other supplies for families in need in our community. The shed is on the churches property on Joy Road. 88.1 the Park Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Bobbie Lee Barr, Community Life Director for the church, about the Blessing Box.