Together with the Veterans Association and the City of Plymouth, we are revitalizing Veterans Park in Plymouth. When finished, the park will include building pavilions, picnic areas, and restrooms as well as a monument to Amador County District 5 Veterans.
In partnership with the Farmers Market Association of Amador County, we host a weekly market that begins at 5 pm Thursdays in August and September at McGee park in Plymouth. Each week a different local winery, caterer and musician are featured. Vendors selling fresh produce, baked goods, olive oils, and more, delight the market goers. Our Club has refreshed the gazebo and added tables to the park.
We provide dictionaries to all 3rd graders annually, work with our youth organizations to provide snack sacks to qualified students, and help the teachers as rquested in the classroom.
We partnered with several other groups in the area to build the Plymouth Community Gardens. All residents in the city now have assess to a garden spot and free water.
The Fiddletown Community Center was in much need of restoration. Our club repaired, restored and painted the outside of the building
In early May of each year we sponsor the Plymouth Flea Market and Old-Fashioned Breakfast. Over 100 vendors sell flea market and new items on Main Street Plymouth. On the morning of the market, a hearty country breakfast is sold in Plymouth City Hall by our club members with help from our local Girl Scout Troop and Rotary Interact students.