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The Old Colony Club presents its annual July 4th Celebration. Participants will meet at the Old Colony Club, 25 Court Street in Plymouth at 7:30AM.  In lieu of the parade to Coles Hill, there will be a short march to Town Hall Green across the street, at 8AM. Guests are welcome, with appropriate social distancing and masks required.

Program:

Invocation:  Rev. Paul Jehle

Greetings and Welcome:  President Wrestling Brewster

Readings of our foundational documents:

Mayflower Compact:  Mat Muratore

Declaration of Independence:  David Peck

Historical Reflections:  Leo Martin

Return to Club to Flag Raising and Pledge of Allegiance

Libations, pastries and celebration of friendships at the Club

Guests are welcome, with appropriate social distancing and masks when required. Members are responsible for the guest’s compliance with responsible behavior.

Donation of $10 per person to cover drinks and pastries.

 

Presented by the Plymouth No Place for Hate Committee and Plymouth Area Interfaith Clergy Alliance (PAICA), the “Celebrating MLK’s Vision for America” event will be a celebratory breakfast, music and speaking program in coordination with the Plymouth Public Schools. Keynote Speaker, Rev. Jeffrey Brown of Roxbury’s 12th Baptist Church will offer a speech commemorating MLK’s vision during such a divisive time in America, particularly poignant as the 12th Baptist Church is where MLK Jr. started his pastoral career. All are welcome to join the 11:00AM celebratory service at Plymouth’s Bethel AME Church (6 Sever Street) in downtown Plymouth.

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