Staff willing, the after-school drop off program at the Manomet Youth Center will be open for business on Tuesday, September 2.
That’s according to Anne Slusser, program supervisor for the Plymouth Recreation Department. However, getting open depends on having people to staff it, she said. If all goes well it will be open from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and from 3 to 8 p.m. on Friday. Those hours will be maintained until the town decides how to go forward with the after-school program, Slusser said. In a later interview, Town Manager Melissa Arrighi was confident the program would be open for business, Tuesday.
Community Preservation Committee Chairman Bill Keohan told the Manomet Village Steering Committee he expects to see the White Horse Beach bathhouse ready by next summer.
The town has been busy getting the permits to tear down the house that occupies part of the site and to build the infrastructure needed for the facility, he said. While the demolition permit was issued, it was decided to keep the house standing this summer since it was being used for storage and as a bathroom for the lifeguards.
Bernadette McDonnell of Plymouth was recently awarded the Women of the Moose “Green Cap” honor of distinction at the 78th Annual MA/RI State Moose Association Annual Convention in Andover. McDonnell, a long-time member of the Plymouth Chapter of the Women of the Moose, has held various officer positions in the organization, and has been involved in the Chapter’s many fundraisers, diaper drives and food drives to help the Plymouth community. Continue Reading →
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved a final rule Tuesday that essentially concludes nuclear waste can be stored on-site for 160 years or more after a reactor has shut down. Read more at Cape Cod Online. Continue Reading →
Trivia buffs are invited to the Manomet Branch Library, 12 Strand Avenue, on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. for some rounds of trivia questions featuring books that have been banned or challenged over the years.
Entertainment venues and non-profit groups in Plymouth are welcome to submit their events to The Manomet Current’s free online calendar. To get your event listed, click here. If you already list events on Facebook, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and send us a link to your Facebook page and we can automatically import your calendar listings. Continue Reading →