PACTV Newsletter Volume XXIII| February 12, 2020
Our Community on PACTV
Some of what is happening, and is going to happen, in our area!
Local events, the Plymouth Scallop Roll, and local resident Cathy Acampora and her dog Merida visit the set, to teach us how to read a dog's body language - check it out!
PACTV Supports the 25th Annual Rotary Auction!
March 6th, 7th, & 8th

Watch it live from our studios on Comcast 13 or Verizon 43!
InFocus Town Talk:
Pembroke Community Building Project

Andrew Sullivan, head of the Community Building committee, discusses the status of the project, and how the upcoming town warrant article impacts its next steps.
Healthy Kingston: Episode 17

Janet Wade of the Kingston Board of Health sits down with Arthur Boyle, the Kingston Health Agent, and Adam Hatch, the Deputy Chief of the Kingston Fire Department, on this episode.

In the Know: Social Security
Social Security serves as the primary income for an estimated 42 million retired workers in the United States. But do you know how it got its start?

State Matters: Episode 45

Michele Pecoraro leads the charge for Plymouth's 400th birthday in 2020 as the Executive Director of Plymouth 400. State Rep. Matt Muratore invited Michele on set to learn about Plymouth 400's signature events throughout 2020.

Register's Report: Episode 72

John Buckley, Plymouth County Register of Deeds, invites guest Tim White, Assistant Register of Deeds for Plymouth County, on Register's Report to discuss the Plymouth 400th celebration.

Town of Plymouth Water System Master Plan
The Town of Plymouth Water Division hosts a public forum to discuss the Draft Water System Master Plan with Environmental Partners.

InFocus Town Talk:
Plymouth Dept. of Marine and Environmental Affairs

Director David Gould gives an update on dredging in Plymouth, and its costs and benefits to the community.
InFocus Town Talk: Climate Impacts
Darci Schofield, Senior Environmental Planner,and Jeanette Pantoja, Health Agent at Metropolitan Area Planning Council,visit the set to review climate impacts in Plymouth.
InFocus Town Talk: Kingston Emergency Response Plan
Fire Chief Mark Douglass sits down with Julie Thompson to discuss Kingston's Emergency Response Plan, and how the firehouse handles emergencies of all kinds.
Craft Foodery:Flatbread Pizza

Cooking can be as easy or as complicated as you make it. Max Berger shows us how to make it easy, healthy, and on a budget!
Delicious & Nutritious - Episode 14: Meatballs

Chef Jerry Levine walks us through the preparation of meatballs that are both delicious and healthy.
The 2019 Illuminate Thanksgiving Promo won a Massachusetts Creator Award at the end of January. The Massachusetts Creator Awards recognizes outstanding work in television and media within the state of Massachusetts and is organized by MassAccess. Congratulations to the team, with a special thank you to Hawk Visuals for providing previous event footage, Pilgrims Progress for talent and costumes, and Break a Leg Theatre Works for voice over talent. Watch the promo here !

“If you have only one smile in you, give it to the people you love.” —Maya Angelou
Free PSAs for Nonprofits!
Plymouth's First Poet Laureate!
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Please join the Poet Laureate Panel in welcoming the four finalists for Plymouth’s first Poet Laureate at the Plymouth Public Library, 132 South Street.

February 28th PSA Day is FULL
Email to sign up for PSA Day on May 1st !
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