Rotarians W.W. Edgar, Ralph Lorenz, and Harold Guenther were instrumental in forming a group of Plymouth residents who visited Plymouth, England, where they were royally greeted by their English counterparts and by the Plymouth England Rotary Club.
BBQ was turned into the Plymouth Fall Fest. The high point of the festival is chicken Sunday, with as many as 16,000 dinners being prepared and served. The BBQ has provided us with a steady source of income that has allowed us to do more for the community. Several years ago an annual golf outing..Read More
The Mayflower Hotel was built in Plymouth. Every member of the club was a part of the committee put in place to raise enough funds to build the hotel. The entire sum of over $200,000 was subscribed to in just six hours.
The Broadcaster, Plymouth Rotary Club’s weekly publication was started. Its style has been changed over the years, but still strives to keep members informed about club activities. The publication has also become the clubs printed history, detailing over 75 years of meetings.