News Digest

Mill Pond Association to meet

The Plymouth Mill Pond Lake Association Inc. will hold its second annual meeting Monday, April 22 at the American Legion Post, 40 Stafford St., Plymouth.

A business meeting will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. and will include the association’s accomplishments, future projects, proposed by-law changes and election of some board members. This will be followed by a presentation by John Nelson.

Nelson, retired from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Recourses, is the Sheboygan River project manager at The Nature Conservancy and will be relating some of the work he is doing in the Otter Creek watershed and what could possibly be done in the Mullet watershed.

The event is open to the public and light refreshments will be served following the presentation.

Community cleanup day set

Saturday April 27 will be the Fifth Annual Chiro Health Community Clean-Up day from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Meet Dr. Cindy Munson and staff at the Chiro-Health and Veteran’s Memorial Park parking lot at 710 Eastern Ave., Plymouth. Bring gloves and a smile - we will supply the garbage bags. Working together to keep our community beautiful.

For more information please contact Chiro Health at (920) 893-2345.

YMCA hosting Healthy Kids Night

The Sheboygan County YMCA will be hosting their annual YMCA Healthy Kids Night Friday, April 26 from 6:30 to 8:45 p.m. at the Sheboygan YMCA, 812 Broughton Dr., Sheboygan. This event is a free community event for youth and families.

YMCA Healthy Kids Night features: games/activities, open gymnastics, inflatables/obstacle course, swimming/kayaks, flower planting, Hip Hop and Zumba dance demos, drawings, healthy lifestyle information and lots of YMCA program and membership information – with a family membership special only available that evening.

Identity Security program at library

What devices comprise your digital life? Laptops? Smart phones? Computers? Ipads? iPods? Have you wondered how to keep these devices secure and protect your identity?

The Plymouth Public Library is having a program to guide you in keeping your identity secure as you use the digital devices that have become part of your life. The program will be Thursday, April 18, at 6 p.m. in the library’s meeting room. This hour-long presentation features visual examples to assist you.

Paul Onufrak is the program presenter. He is currently the automation librarian and IT manager for the Eastern Shores Library System. He is also a former police officer. His knowledge of law enforcement procedures and of digital devices as IT manager give him the ability to address this topic in very practical terms. It will prove to be beneficial for all.

For further information, or to request accommodations for special needs, please contact Library Director Martha Rosche at 892-4416, ext. 105.

PHS seeking Alumni Hall nominees

The Plymouth High School Student Council is accepting nominations for the Alumni Hall of Fame, which honors individuals who have made a difference, who have achieved a high level of success, and who have given unselfishly to make their community a better place.

Nominations are due Wednesday, May 1. Selections then will be made by the Student Council Hall of Fame Committee.

The 2013 inductees will be announced during the PHS graduation ceremony on June 9, with the formal induction taking place during Homecoming in the fall. Plaques honoring the alumni hang in the PHS lobby.

The Alumni Hall of Fame was created in 2010 to provide current students and the extended community the opportunity to honor excellence. Inductees are meant to serve as role models for current students, and offer a chance to celebrate the successes of graduates.

Nominees must have graduated from Plymouth High School at least 10 years ago. Honorees are men and women who have made exceptional achievements in endeavors including, but not limited to, education, science and technology, business, literature, athletics, and public service.

Nomination forms for those not selected will be kept on file and will be reconsidered for three years.

Past honorees include political science professor Carol Edler Baumann; Dr. Kazuhiko Maekawa, the first foreign exchange student at PHS; nuclear medicine pioneer Timm A Zimmermann; State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers; ob/gyn Dr. Philip M. Krueger; artist Barbara (Koehler) Lavallee; Sister Kathryn Schilling, who ministers to the poor in Nicaragua; Sargento Foods owner Lou Gentine; certified public accountant Wayne Huberty; and speaker and author Laura Schwartz.

Visit www.plymouth.k12.wi.us for a nomination form.


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