Plymouth Rotary club invested $20,000 to create a small scale farm at the high school to expose youth in the community to some of the rural atmosphere.
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 was started which has grown in size each year. It now brings in almost as much as the chicken barbeque.
The Plymouth Rotary Club started a picnic serving barbequed chicken and corn to assist members to become better qualified. The first BBQ’s were only for members and totaled about 150 people.
The Plymouth Rotary Club joined with other clubs in the district to make the Crippled Children’s Home at Inkster possible.
The Plymouth Rotary received outstanding international recognition for assistance given to Plymouth, England during the Blitz of WWII.