PACTV Newsletter Volume XI| January 16, 2019
Happy New Year!

New Year, New Beginnings

Do you have lots of plans and resolutions for the new year?
Our resolution is to continue to find new ways to serve you, and we have lots planned for 2019 - Stay tuned!
"And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been."
 Rainer Maria Rilke
Book Your Time Slot for February 15th!
Open Mic January 18th
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
Enter Library through side door next to Book Drop - Doors Open at 6:30 p.m. -
Plymouth Storytellers Mercia Taping, Valleen Patino, Carolyn Chapin, and Andrea Lovett will perform
Everyone is welcome! The Open Mic may contain Adult Content.
RSVP now -We will see you there!

PSA Day February 8th
Are you a non-profit organization or community service provider that needs media support to promote your organization or event? If you serve the communities of Duxbury, Kingston, Pembroke or Plymouth, PACTV can help. 
The staff at PACTV will work with you to produce a public service announcement (PSA) of up to one minute, free of charge. The PSA will be yours to use on your organization's social media, website and online outreach efforts, and air on our Community and YouTube channels.
The next PSA Day is February 8th - contact Elizabeth at to sign up for your slot!
Our Community on PACTV
NDCAP: 11/28/18
The Nuclear Decommissioning Citizen's Advisory Panel hosts a public meeting regarding the Pilgrim Power Plant.

PCN Wrap-Up 2018
Our end-of-year guest is PCN Creator Kim Miot, to look back on the show's evolution, and tell us about some of her favorite stories through the years.
Healthy Kingston
Episode #4
Joe Casna and Jack Breen of the Kingston Board of Health sit down with Janet Wade to discuss senior health and safety.
National Marine Life Center
PACTV was at the aquatic animal hospital in Buzzards Bay when these stranded and adorable baby seals were admitted for rehabilitation and ultimate release.
Register's Report
Episode 60
You can now search records back to 1686 through the Register of Deeds - Watch to Learn More.
Nook News
Episode #9
Medical cannibas is the topic of discussion for this episode hosted by Beth Hadfield of The Plymouth Center for Active Living.
Titan TV Update
Jake and Liam, of Titan TV, update us on first semester happenings - from a field trip to Boston in September, to Halloween, to the PHS Winter Concerts.
Silver Lake Boys Varsity Basketball
is now being recorded by HudL and edited by PACTV. Link to the playlist Here ! Please note: Girls Varsity Basketball games will also be covered as well. Stay tuned!
Ways to Watch
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