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Plymouth 400 Hosting Community Meeting on June 18 to Engage Plymouth Residents

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PLYMOUTH, MA— Plymouth 400, Inc., the organization planning the events and programs commemorating the 400th anniversary of the 1620 Mayflower voyage and the founding of Plymouth Colony, will host its third #AskPlymouth400 community meeting on Thursday, June 18, 2015 from 6:30—7:30PM at The Stonebridge Club located at 55 Stonebridge Rd. in the Pinehills in Plymouth, MA. This meeting will offer attendees an opportunity to hear about plans for this historic anniversary, including details on the Plymouth 400 Partner Program and Plymouth 400’s upcoming Pre-Commemoration Events on the South Shore.
Community Meetings have been held at the Loring Center in North Plymouth and the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce building in downtown Plymouth, and additional meetings are planned for West Plymouth and Manomet in fall of 2015. Plymouth 400 will continue to host #AskPlymouth400 meetings throughout the area leading up to the 2020 commemoration to keep community members informed and engaged.
What:                   Plymouth 400’s 3rd Community Meeting
When:                  Thursday, June 18, 2015 from 6:30—7:30PM
Where:                The Stonebridge Club at the Pinehills, 55 Stonebridge Rd. Plymouth, MA
Michele Pecoraro, Executive Director of Plymouth 400 will be the keynote speaker, and this meeting is open the public and those in attendance will be encouraged to ask questions and provide feedback. Those who cannot attend in person are invited to follow along on social media using the hashtag #AskPlymouth400 on Facebook and Twitter.
About Plymouth 400, Inc.
Plymouth 400, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization in Plymouth, Massachusetts formed to lead the planning and execution of programs and events commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage and the founding of Plymouth Colony in 2020. The Plymouth 400 Anniversary will highlight the cultural contributions and American traditions that began with the interaction of the Wampanoag and English peoples, a story that significantly shaped the building of America.

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