Would like to thank everyone who came to the Plymouth Women’s Circle Bazaar on Saturday. We had a great crowd and sold a lot of soup, baked goods, candy, sandwiches and crafts. All the money raised is used in the community for projects and to pay the bills and upkeep on the PCCC building.
Tuesday Illinois Education Retired met at Deb and Di’s in Rushville. The program was given by a graduate student from Nepal who is studying at Western Illinois University. He spoke about some of the many festivals in Nepal.
Shoppers have been off and on at Plymouth Rock Antiques during November. Wednesday was a good day at the store. Please remember that we have items in all price ranges that would make great Christmas gifts. We are open noon-5 pm Monday through Saturday.
Thursday I finally was able to get to Quincy on a week day so that I could stock up my booth in Sullivan’s Antiques and More. Got three months of checks as it had been that long since I was able to get there on a week day. The booth is now packed again!
As most of you know, this weekend was the first gun deer season. I had a house full of awesome men! They were here from Thursday to Sunday. They had gotten one deer by Saturday night and I hope they got more on Sunday. The weather was not too cooperative to say the least. All the wind would have been much worse for bow season.
The Plymouth American Legion will be hosting their Annual Soup and Sandwich Supper on Saturday, December 3rd beginning at 4 pm. It will be held at the Legion Building on the west side of the Plymouth Square. Soup, sandwiches, dessert and beverages will be available for a free will donation. Carry outs are also available. Please come out and support your local veteran’s organization.
The second session of the Donnie Weinberg Estate Sale was Thursday-Saturday at Sullivan and Son’s Auction Center. Prices continued to be very strong. I bought three items on Saturday. The sale continues on Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Hope you have a good Thanksgiving holiday. Scatter Kindness.