Hot time donation



Plymouth Fire Chief Ron Nicolaus (center) accepts a check from (left to right) Jackie Pottratz of Allechant Boutique, Susan Noordyk of Book Heads, Carol O’Malley of DeO’malley’s, and Steve Hinz, Matthew Becker and Gene Kohlman of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. The representatives from the Plymouth Downtown Business Association and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans were in attendance at Monday’s meeting of the Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department to present the money that had been collected in February at the “Hot Time in the Downtown” event. Each year fire barrels light up the streets hosted by participating businesses so that citizens may roast marshmallows and hot dogs, make s’mores or warm up with hot chocolate while mingling with our local fire men/women in return for a “donation in the boot.” 
Submitted photo Plymouth Fire Chief Ron Nicolaus (center) accepts a check from (left to right) Jackie Pottratz of Allechant Boutique, Susan Noordyk of Book Heads, Carol O’Malley of DeO’malley’s, and Steve Hinz, Matthew Becker and Gene Kohlman of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. The representatives from the Plymouth Downtown Business Association and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans were in attendance at Monday’s meeting of the Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department to present the money that had been collected in February at the “Hot Time in the Downtown” event. Each year fire barrels light up the streets hosted by participating businesses so that citizens may roast marshmallows and hot dogs, make s’mores or warm up with hot chocolate while mingling with our local fire men/women in return for a “donation in the boot.” Submitted photo

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