Plymouth Area News for the week of June 18th, 2018 by Joyce Steiner

The Plymouth Women’s Circle will sponsor a Red Cross blood drive at the PCCC on Tuesday, June 26th from 2-6 pm.  Blood is urgently needed.  Please donate.  Refreshments will be served.
The Hills Grove United Methodist Church will hold its home coming on Sunday, June 24th.  Church services are a 9:15 am.  There will be a pot luck after services and the program will begin at 1:30 pm.  Everyone is welcome.
The Gould’s, a musical group, will present the morning worship service at Living Faith on the 24th.  Services begin at 10:00 am.  Everyone is invited.  A pot luck will be held after the service.
The Hancock County Retired Teachers met on Monday evening at the Living Faith United Methodist Church in Bowen.  A meal was served by members of the church.  Joyce Steiner gave the program on History, Hair and Clay.  Thanks to all who helped and attended.
Wednesday evening the Plymouth Village Board met for the rescheduled meeting from the first Wednesday.  There were several guests present at the meeting.  Many things were discussed including parts for the sewer plant, parts for the back hoe and the need for more police presence in the community.  A unanimous vote was taken to increase police presence in the village.
The Buss Stop had great chicken again on Thursday evening.  They have a great crowd for chicken night and have some new waitresses.
Have had several people at the store this week.  Think the heat is causing people to just not get out as much as they sometimes do.
Spent a great deal of time this week loading for 3rd Sunday Market.  Got there fine, got set up and sold a few things on Saturday.
Father’s Day is typically not a strong market weekend and this year was no exception.  As I am sure it was uncomfortably hot here, it was also in Bloomington.  I bought a present for me!  My birthday is in July so got an early start.  One of my friends at 3rd Sunday, Kathy Roberson,  had a great painting of a dog rescuing a kitty in a basket.  May have to displace a feather wreath, but will find a wall for it.
When I got home tonight, found my south yard mowed.  God bless those wonderful elves that mow my yard when I am gone.  Thank You.
Prince Harry was really happy to see me tonight. 
Hope all you men out there enjoyed a good Father’s Day.  Even if you are not a father, I am sure that you have helped raise someone or something.
Again John Wesley admonishes you to “Do good, do no harm and to stay in love with God”.  That entails being kind to every one and sharing God’s love.
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