PLYMOUTH – Michele Pecoraro is obviously frustrated. Despite the best efforts of the Plymouth 400 Inc. executive director, people don’t seem to understand that the show must go on.
“If I hear one more person say Plymouth 400 is cancelled, I’m going to scream,” she said in mock indignation. “We have more things planned now than before.”
The community’s commemoration of its 400th anniversary may be somewhat delayed, but it will proceed – albeit with more virtual programs than initially planned. Pecoraro said her group is moving ahead with programming – both live and online – so the town, state, country and the world can commemorate the Mayflower’s journey and Plymouth’s founding in 1620.
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