PACTV Newsletter Volume X| December 12, 2018
Open Mic - Your Voice Matters !
Story and Poetry Open Mic
Presented by PACTV at
The Plymouth Public Library
132 South Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
Friday, January 18th
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
You have a story you've told many times - why not share it? We are excited to hear your original poetry, spoken word, or story!
Sign Up to perform at or Text Elizabeth at 781-603-5877 - 'Open Mic January 18th' 
Free Munchies and a Cash Bar
Plymouth Storytellers Sheila Kelleher, Mercia Taping, Valleen Patino, Carolyn Chapin, and Andrea Lovett will perform 
Enter Library through side door next to Book Drop - Doors Open at 6:30 p.m. - Everyone is welcome! The Open Mic may contain Adult Content.
RSVP now -We will see you there!

FCC Proposed Ruling Endangering Community Media

Thank you to everyone who has submitted their comments to the FCC opposing their proposed rule change. What's next? Watch this video from PACTV's Executive Director, Julie Thompson, and Director of Technology and Creative Development, Dan Rodriguez. Find out more on our website,
Welcome, Tiff!
Tiff Phillips has been a friend and volunteer of PACTV for two years now, and we are happy to announce that hers will be the smiling face that will greet you when you visit! Tiff is multi-talented and skilled, and as our Administrative and Outreach Assistant, will be involved in many of the ways PACTV serves our community. We are so happy she's here!
Our Community on PACTV
Service and Commitment
Pembroke Veterans Agent Robin Kernan is committed to helping veterans and military families access the resources they need.
MassWorks Infrastructure Grant
Three million dollars awarded to the Town of Kingston will allow expansion of the wastewater treatment plant and water distribution system.
West Plymouth Logo Contest
See the winning entries for the West Plymouth Steering Committee's fun logo contest.
Golden Melodies Chorus
A full house gathered at the Plymouth Center for Active Living to see the Golden Melodies perform a Broadway-themed Autumn Concert.
Medic Now Foundation
Marine Sgt. Donald Jesse was the recipient of the very first healthcare stipend awarded by the Medic Now Foundation, which assists service members with out-of-pocket costs.
Five Years of Helping
Heidrea for Heroes celebrated it's 5th anniversary of providing custom support to military veterans with their Branches for the Brave Gala at Hotel 1620.
Thanksgiving Parade

 Eyes on America's Hometown
People from all over the world tuned in to watch America's Hometown Thanksgiving Parade live on PACTV, and we recorded it so you don't have to miss a thing!
How did it get so late so soon? It's night before its afternoon. December is here before its June. My goodness, how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon?
- Theodor Suess Geisel

Government Shows
State Matters - Episode 34
Angelica Gomez, Director of Rental Assistance at Housing Solutions for Southeastern Mass, sat down with State Representative Matt Muratore to talk about affordable and workforce housing.

Good Day, Kingston - Episode 4
Police Chief Maurice Splaine and Fire Chief Mark Douglass sit with Selectman Josh Warren to discuss Kingston's recently updated Emergency Response Plan.
Pembroke Today - Episode 20
Town Administrator Ed Thorne discusses the property auction planned for December 14th at the Pembroke Town Hall with PACTV's Executive Director Julie Thompson.

Envision Duxbury
The Duxbury Planning Board hosted an Envision Duxbury Community forum at the Duxbury Bay Maritime School, to discuss the town's master plan.
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