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who have overcomemajor challenges
in order to graduate from high
school; musical equipment for the
start-up music program at
Starkweather Academy; books and
equipment for the first real school in
Jirapa, GhanaAfrica just starting con-
struction with funds from the Rotary
Club of PlymouthA.M.; a happier hol-
iday for nearly 150 seniors at the
Annual Senior Christmas Dinner and
Rotary Shelter Boxes for Emergency
Relief wherever and whenever disas-
ters strike, Rosevear said.
The Spaghetti Dinner is the most
important means of raising aware-
ness about and funding for the many
community-focused and internation-
al Peace Through Service projects
and undertakings of the club,
Rosevear added.
For additional information about
Plymouth Rotary A.M., contact
Rosevear at (734) 455-5810.
Band boosters host BINGO game
The Canton Music Boosters will lis-
tening for one special lyric Friday
evening during the Fall Festival as they
once again host Bingo
Night: B-I-N-G-O!
The bingo games will
take place in The
Gathering from 6 p.m.
until 10 p.m. and players
can spend $25 for a
game package that
includes two cards of
every game and two cards for every jack-
pot played all night. Individual game
cards can be purchased at any time dur-
ing the night for $1.
The massive bingo game is fundrais-
er for the group which supports the
championship marching band and other
music programs at the Centennial
Educational Park.
The Plymouth CantonMarching Band
includes approximately 180 students
from Plymouth, Canton and Salem high
schools under the direction of David
Armbruster and a professional staff of
music educators. The
band was named the
Champion at the Bands
of America National
Competition in 1990-
1991 and 1999, besting 93
other bands from across
the country to take the
title. The Plymouth-Canton Band has
never placed lower than 15th at the
Grand National Competitions. During
the last 17 years, the band has won more
than 500 awards of excellence and has
been the state champion marching band
in 19 of the last 22 years.
Proceeds from the bingo games will
go to help fund the purchase of equip-
ment and uniforms for the band and aid
in travel expenses.
The bingo games
will take place in
The Gathering from
6 p.m. until 10 p.m....