Jim Causey, Brent Martin, and Rodney Ludwig, representing Saint Katherina Kasper Serenity Place, visited Plymouth Rotary to update the group on the project’s progress. Serenity Place, part of the Garden Court organization and located at 1804 West Jefferson Street, will provide permanent supportive housing for very low-income individuals and families experiencing homelessness. The facility is expected to open in January 2022, and while the construction is fully funded, Garden Court is still seeking donations to cover the furnishings for the facility’s eighteen apartments and community spaces. 

Plymouth Rotary Club meets every Monday for lunch and networking from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at Opie’s Deli in Plymouth. They are a diverse group of community members who collaborate on fun community service projects that benefit their local community. Find them on Facebook at Plymouth Rotary. 

Picture caption: Jim Causey, Brent Martin, and Rodney Ludwig share updates on the newest Garden Court facility, Serenity Place. 

Submitted by Marianne Peters