The Plymouth-based nonprofit Faith’s Lodge has introduced a new type of benefit program, Hope Works Here, to help workplaces support employees who are coping with the death of a child, or with the needs of a child with a medically complex condition.
Mike Justak has had Parkinson’s disease for 14 years. One night when he was having trouble sleeping, he came upon a synchronized Christmas light show, which sparked the idea for PD Shimmers.
Mount Olivet Lutheran Church opens up and reaches out.
Card game groups, a biking club, a watercolor workshop and more are on offer at the community center.
Doing good has always been part of Plymouth’s Northwest Islamic Community Center’s (NWICC) mission. Now they're working with Interfaith Outreach to help seniors of all faiths.
Six local Girl Scouts modeled traditional tribal dress representing Imara teen moms.
For many families, the holiday season brings with it a mix of cherished traditions and joyful surprises, from decorating the tree while re-watching It’s a Wonderful Life to seeing the wonder in a child’s eyes when they clamber on to Santa’s lap for the first time. While there are many classic Christmas movies, stories and songs, few are as beloved as The Nutcracker, the enchanting story of young Marie and her magical journey to the land of sweets with the nutcracker prince.
Pat Yentzer, Plymouth resident and amateur photographer, remembers last August when he snapped a photo of more than a dozen turkeys in his backyard. “We were sitting on our deck and one lone turkey landed in our backyard, and then another and another, and before long we had over a dozen turkeys in our backyard, walking gracefully in a family parade across our lawn,” he says.