Afternoon Skate, which placed second in the People and Families category of our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest, was taken by Amy Wilcox.
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Gloria Rice’s neighbors must love her. In the 16 years she and her husband, Tim Cassidy, have resided in Plymouth, she has worked to create an ideal spot for birds in her backyard. “I planted serviceberry trees to attract cedar waxwings and robins,” Rice explains.
This year, more than 450 kids ages 7–12 will be impatiently awaiting the word “go” to submerge themselves in Life Time’s eight-lane competition pool for the first leg of the youth triathlon.
Homeowner Carla Caryotakis will be the first to tell you: “Doug Tapio is one of the most straightforward people I’ve worked with in the industry.” And since the construction and remodeling industry can be known for projects that are over budget and behind schedule, Caryotakis’ words are high prai
The Plymouth community celebrates its kids. The superstars on the field, the academic powerhouses at state competitions and the award-winning artists are often rewarded for their achievements in the press.
We recently spoke with Barbara Willis, a long-time Plymouth resident who owns her own music academy, to hear her thoughts on the great location, the child-friendly fun and much more that our community has to offer. What is your favorite park in Plymouth? Maplecreek Park.
The competition was stiff, with high school students from all over the country participating, but seniors on the Wayzata High School math team swept the competition.
Spring is a fabulous time to find a quiet spot in the garden to read with your kids. Here are some wonderful books that will help your children embrace the sunshine and delight in the stories.