News Digest

Legion offers shooting course

Ladewig-Zinkgraf American Legion Post 243 of Plymouth is offering the Basic Marksmanship Course to young shooting enthusiasts in the area.

This is the fourth consecutive year the program is being offered by the Plymouth Legion Post. The program is open to all youth ages 12-18.

The course will be held weekly beginning Monday, Sept. 17 and continuing each Monday night for eight weeks. The program uses .177-cal. air rifles provided by the Legion. Targets and ammunition are included in the registration cost of $20.

The curriculum will include gun safety, safe handling and use of firearms taught by NRA certified instructors. A certificate of completion will be issued at the end of the course.

Anyone interested in enrolling or more information should contact DuWayne Wieck at (920) 627-1879 by Sept. 3.

Blood drive Sept. 12 at Salem

The Plymouth Woman’s Club and Salem United Church of Christ will host the Plymouth Community Blood Drive Wednesday, Sept. 12 from 11:15 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Salem United Church of Christ, 217 Salem Drive, Plymouth.

Give the ultimate gift – the gift of life. Make an appointment today by calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org.

The American Red Cross is encouraged by a boost in donations since the organization issued an emergency appeal for blood donors. However, additional donations are needed to ensure an adequate supply is available through the end of the summer.

“We are humbled by the generosity of the many blood donors in Plymouth and the surrounding Sheboygan County communities who responded to our appeal, helping to save lives,” said Greg Novinska, CEO of the Badger-Hawkeye Blood Services Region. “The Red Cross is so appreciative for each and every selfless act of giving. Our blood donors truly do this out of the goodness of their hearts.”

Across the country, nearly 15,000 donations have been given above expectations since the Red Cross first issued its appeal, cutting the blood donation deficit by approximately 30 percent to date. To keep up the momentum, the organization encourages anyone who has not yet given blood this summer to schedule an appointment and bring a friend or family member along with them.

Although the number of blood donations has increased, the situation remains tenuous and more donors are needed in the coming weeks. If at least three additional people give at each blood drive through the end of the summer – above what the Red Cross already expects to collect – there would be enough blood on the shelves to meet patient needs through the end of the summer.

Donors of all blood types are needed, but eligible donors with blood type O negative, O positive, A negative or B negative are especially encouraged to give at this time. Anyone who gave whole blood in July at the Plymouth Community Blood Drives may be eligible to donate again as summer comes to a close. Valid identification is required for all blood donations.

Canning, jewelry making offered

Plymouth School District Community Education and Recreation is offering new courses in home canning and jewelry making, as well as returning favorites Tai Chi, Babysitting Clinic and Mama Mia and More.

The following classes are being offered soon. Register by Sept. 7 and save $5.

Home Canning: This is an introductory class and demonstration on the principles and safety of canning and preserving from instructor Linda Goodine, a Master Gardener and director of Nourish. Learn about the equipment and resources you need to preserve your produce safely. Class will meet from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17 at Plymouth High School. Fee is $15 (includes booklet) until Sept. 7, then $20.

1-2-3 Jewelry!: From the basics to vintage, participants will learn a variety of jewelry-making techniques from instructor Karen Klumpyan. Projects will include one-of-a-kind earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Class will meet from 6:45 to 8 p.m. Mondays from Sept. 17 to Oct. 1 at Fairview Elementary School. Fee is $30 until Sept. 7, then $35.

Tai Chi: Easily learned, the simple, fluid movements assist with releasing daily stress, gaining energy and managing health challenges such as high blood pressure, headaches, insomnia and general body pain. Movements can be adapted by instructor Karen Klumpyan for those with any physical challenges. Two classes meet Mondays from Sept. 17 to Oct. 22 at Fairview; the first is from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. and the second from 6 to 6:45 p.m. Fee for either is $25 ($20 for district residents ages 62 and up) until Sept. 7, then $30 ($25).

Mama Mia & More: Adults are invited to join Jessica Mella and Kathryn Murray to dance, laugh and burn 400-plus calories an hour. Class will meet from 8:15 to 9:30 p.m. Thursdays, Sept. 20 and 27, Oct. 11 and 18 and Nov. 1 and 8 at the Plymouth Youth Center. Fee is $10.

Babysitting Clinic: Instructor Denise Roth will teach students ages 10 and up how to be babysitters; students will receive a certificate of completion. Class will meet from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Thursdays from Sept. 20 to 27 at Riverview Middle School. Fee is $20 until Sept. 7, then $25.

Online registration will be available for most courses at www.plymouth. k12.wi.us/COM.html. This option, which carries a $4 service charge, allows people to pay with a credit card and also to receive immediate confirmation of enrollment.

To learn more, visit http://www.plymouth.k12.wi.us/COM.html, call 892-5068 or visit Plymouth Community Education & Recreation on the north end of Plymouth High School, 125 Highland Ave.


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