Earlier this month the Plymouth Park Department approved free use of River Park Square for the Plymouth Library’s Bubble Day Activity.  The free program will be held on June 14th from 1 to 3 in the afternoon.  This traditional event offers children the chance to step inside a giant bubble, use many different wands to create their own bubbles and enjoy snacks and a drink.  The library will be using the pergola and grassy area for the event.

The Yellow River Festival was also granted use of River Park Square on June 1st thru the 3rd for the 11th annual event.

Diane Anderson of Plymouth asked the Plymouth Park Board for free use of the Lion’s Shelter for the World Vision 6K on May 19th at 2 p.m.  Anderson is organizing the 6K run/walk to raise money for families to have clean water for cooking and cleaning in 3rd world countries.  They use a 6K because that is typically the distance a mom and her girls will walk each day to get clean water for the family.

Registration is online at teamworldvision.org.  Local money raised will go directly to the program.  Those who register will receive a t-shirt from World Vision.

The Park Department approved her request.

The final request approved last week by the Plymouth Park Board was for a pool pass for the Kiwanis for their fundraising efforts.