Community Focus

Community Focus – January 13, 2021

The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools have announced plans for a phased in return to in person learning for students.  The return begins January 19, with elementary students and continues through March 1, when 10th through 12th grade students return through hybrid or in person classes.  88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Executive Director of Communications and Marketing, Nick Brandon, about the plans the board of education is considering.


Community Focus – January 6, 2021

Executive Director of the Plymouth Historical Museum, Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens and the Executive Director of the Penn Theatre, Ellen Elliott, have written a book called “Plymouth Railroads.”  The book is published by Arcadia Publishing and was released in April of 2020.  They are also working on a new book on Civil War History in Plymouth.  88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with them about the railroads and a search for Civil War history that has become so much more.


Community Focus – December 16, 2020

Farmers in India are protesting recent government actions that impact their ability to earn a living.  Their protests are finding solidarity in the Indian community around the world, including here in Canton.  88.1 the Park’s Sumedha Sethi spoke with three of the organizers of a protest that took place in Heritage Park.  Her guests were Harry Cheema, Aman Jhajj, and Amrinder Grewal.  They discussed the challenges faced by Indian farmers, the importance of farming around the world, and the impact protests in Canton are having.


Community Focus – December 9, 2020

Canton Township created a COVID-19 Resource Hotline to provide assistance to community members in need during the pandemic.  The hotline is 734-394-5440 and is open to people with needs, as well as those who can provide assistance.  88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Deputy Director of Leisure Services, Jon LaFever, about the hotline and the outstanding support provided by community members.


Community Focus – December 2, 2020

The Park Players Theatre Company at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park and 88.1 the Park are partnering to produce and air radio dramas.  Through working together they’ve aired “Frankenstein” and “Vintage Hitchcock” and will air “A Christmas Carol” later this month.  88.1 the Park’s Daniel Schoenherr spoke with one of the Directors of the Park Players, Paul Bird, about the opportunity to work with the radio station.


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