Plymouth 400 Volunteer Newsletter - April 2018

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Thanks to the many volunteers who donated their time and talents during the year. As you know, in 2020, the world will turn to this area to honor America's earliest beginnings. You as a volunteer are vitally important and will be essential to the success of this historic 400th Anniversary. A great way to get started as a Plymouth 400 Volunteer is to attend our monthly Community/Volunteer Meetings. You will learn about the Signature Events and Programs of 2020, the scope of this commemoration, our goals for the upcoming year, pre-commemoration events, and ways that you can participate! If you are interested in attending one of our upcoming meetings, please register here


Merchandise Sales Team led by Kellie Parham

Sue Rego, Priscilla Bishop, Marnie Oberto, Kellie Parham, and Janet Holmes.

Decorating Team at Illuminate Thanksgiving

Our friends from the Redbrook Community who started their own team!

Parade Participation Team

Rising Tide Charter School students hosting a Plymouth 400 Art Competition!

We count our blessings, give thanks, and are grateful for you!

One of our wonderful volunteers, Darlene Ford.


Please click on each post-it note for more information:


We thank all of you for your support, interest, and willingness to give your skills and gift of time!

This month, we would like to introduce you to Volunteers Peg and Cookie.


"Volunteering can bring huge benefits to both the volunteer and the organization. The Plymouth 400 Commemoration in 2020 is going to be such an exciting event, and I enjoy being part of the planning and execution of the events leading up to 2020. I have met great people since I started volunteering, and their commitment to making this event an international success is impressive. The Volunteer Management Team is super organized, efficient, and a pleasure to work with. The team values your time and makes every event fun as well as educational. It is a pleasure and privilege to be part of Plymouth 400."   
- Peg Scott


Cookie has given countless hours raising awareness for Plymouth 400 at the many tables we have at events. This includes most recently having a table at the Plymouth Public Library to sign people up for a license plate, to give information or just to talk to folks! Cookie was a kindergarten teacher for many years and seems to know everyone. She always makes people feel welcome and we are very lucky to have her. Check out some fun we had with Cookie to promote the License Plates in this video.


What business was the first to be highlighted in our social media as a Spotlight Partner? (The first to get back to will win a prize!)


Redbrook with Barnicle & Husk.

Please contact Cheryl Soares, Program Manager, at 508-812-2020 or with any questions.

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