PACTV Newsletter Volume V| July 20, 2018
Tell Us Your Story!
PACTV is Holding a Summer Video Competition!

Enter to win in a one-minute video that tells:
Who inspires you? OR
What is your favorite place? OR
What does your 5:00 look like?

The deadline is August 16th, and videos can be uploaded to the PACTV website HERE .

Watch this video for all of the details!

We can't wait to see your videos!
Fourth of July
Three PACTV Crews spent Fourth of July at the Plymouth and Duxbury Fourth of July Parades and Plymouth Philharmonic Concert. We couldn't have done it without the volunteers who braved the crowds and sunshine so we could bring these two community events to you!

 Watch the Parades Again, Below!
Duxbury's 4th of July Parade

The Theme this year was "Great American Icons"
Plymouth's 4th of July Parade

The Theme this year was "American Landmarks"
Our Community on PCN
"Friends Don't Let Friends Die"

Coordinated by the Duxbury Knights of Columbus and Duxbury Police and Fire Departments, this program is inspired by parents of overdose abandonment victims and is designed to save lives.
Plymouth District Trial Court Named for Therese Murray
The Plymouth Trial Court was named after the person who helped make it what it is today!
Pembroke Elementary Cadet Band Performs

The Fifth Grade Pembroke Elementary School Cadet Band took over the Food Court at the Kingston Collection and delivered an incredible performance.
The Kingston Waterfront Festival
August 11, 2018

Kingston Selectman Josh Warren visited the set of PCN to talk about the upcoming Kingston Waterfront Festival to be held at Gray's Beach Park.
Watch the PSA below for more details.
Happening Locally
Plymouth Public Library Adult Summer Reading Program -
Now through August
Kingston Waterfront Festival
August 11th

The 3rd Annual America's Hometown Throwdown Chef Competition
September 7th
The Plymouth Recovery Center helps those fighting addiction through services focused on prevention, intervention, and recovery
Government Shows
Breaking the Cycle

On this new episode, Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz met with Tori Ferrari.

Ferrari is Director of Bloom: A Place for Girls and the work they do with teen girls and their families through difficult times.
Safe Communities

Plymouth County Sheriff Joe McDonald spoke with Chaplain Danny Croce, Minister of the New Hope Correctional Ministry at the Plymouth Co. Correctional Facility. The minister discusses the work & services they provide to inmates of all faiths and relations that are housed at the facility.
Make Your Own Show!
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