Community Events

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Marshall County Junior Golf Tour 2019

The 39th year of the Marshall County Junior Golf Tour includes 6 tournaments and will begin on Monday, June 17th at Round Barn Golf Club.

Boy’s age groups are: 9 & under (play 6 holes), 10-12 (play 6 holes), 13-15 (play 9 holes), and 16-18 (play 18 holes)
Girl’s age groups are: 9 & under (play 6 holes), 10-12 (play 6 holes), 13-15 (play 9 holes), and 16-18 (play 18 holes)

Parents are welcome and encouraged to walk and help monitor play as well as record and verify scores, but will not be allowed to coach or provide cart rides during the events. All children ages 12 & under will receive an award at each event. Golfers may choose to compete at an elevated age group but not in an age group lower than his/her age.

Proper golf attire (collared shirt or jacket) is required along with proper bottoms. No denim or gym shorts please!

*POINTS SYSTEM (format used to determine season champions) : There are 6 tour events and the combined total received at all events will be used to determine the season champion in each division. Golfers need to participate in at least 3 of the 6 events to be eligible for the championship. First place for each event is equal to the number of participants playing on each date in his or her division, not to exceed 10 points; second place is half the number of participants; third place is one point less than second, etc. Example: 10 participants 1st=10 points, 2nd=5 points, 3rd=4 points, 4th=3 points, 5th=2 points, 6th-10th=1 point. Ties for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd will be broken by sudden death holes, putt-offs, or chip-offs. All other ties will be decided by the last hole played. Division champions will be presented awards at the final tour stop, Swan Lake Resort on Wednesday, July 3rd.

Tour dates and locations:
June 17, Monday – Round Barn Golf Club @ Mill Creek (Rochester) (574) 223-5717
June 18, Tuesday – Woodbury Golf Course (Plymouth) (574) 936-4405
June 20, Thursday – Swan Lake Resort - Silver Course (Plymouth) (574) 936-9798
June 24, Monday – McCormick Creek Golf Course (Nappanee) (574) 773-2725
June 27, Thursday – Pretty Lake Golf Club (Plymouth) (574) 935-3705
July 3, Wednesday – Swan Lake Resort - Black Course (Plymouth) (574) 936-9798
… below is the tentative plan and approximate tee times...players must report 10 minutes prior to scheduled tee time
16-18 boys: 18-holes (first tee time approximately at 7:15 AM from Hole #1)
13-15 boys: 9-holes (first tee time approximately at 7:30 AM from Hole #1)
16-18 girls: 18-holes (first tee time approximately at 7:50 AM from Hole #1)
10-12 boys: 6-holes (first tee time approximately at 8:00 AM from Hole #10)
13-15 girls: 9-holes (first tee time approximately at 8:20 AM from Hole #1)
10-12 girls: 6-holes (first tee time approximately at 8:45 AM from Hole #1)
9 & under boys: 6-holes (first tee time approximately at 9:00 AM from Hole #1)
9 & under girls: 6-holes (first tee time approximately at 9:30 AM from Hole #1)

Tee times reflect numbers from previous year's events and are subject to change. Please complete your check-in process no later than 10 minutes prior to the above tee time schedule. After each event, times may be adjusted to accommodate the number of players in each age group.

Photos, results, and other information will be posted on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mcjgt.

For more information, contact Andrew Dreibelbis by email at marshallcojrtour@gmail.com or call (574) 274-2086.


Plymouth Junior League, Inc.
2019 Baseball Season
Registration Information

Children aged 4-16 (must be 4 by May 1/ must not be 17 before May 1) are eligible to participate in the Plymouth
Junior League, Inc. baseball program. We are eagerly anticipating some summer fun and hope you can be a part
of the 2019 baseball season.

We are continuing our partnership with LeagueOne by ActiveSports to do online registration. All you have to do
is follow the link listed below. The process is quick, easy, and allows for more payment choices and options than
we were able in do in the past. We will continue to hold an in-person registration day for those participants that
can’t register online due to internet availability. Registration will be open January 1, 2019 until April 15, 2019. We will not accept late registrations this year.

Online Registration:

  • Go to our new PJLB website at http://pjlb.activesports.com/
  • Click on the Register tab on the top of the page
  • Click on the league you will be registering your child for and it will transfer you to the LeagueOne website
  • The website is able to take registrations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

In-Person Registration:

Will be held at The Webster Recreation Center
Saturday, March 16th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Sunday, March 17th from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Cost - $70.00 per child or $120.00 max per family (2 or more children)
Drafts will be held in April and practices will start soon after.

Please feel free to contact Plymouth Junior League, Inc. at plymouthjuniorleagueinc@gmail.com or call any of
the following board members if you have questions:

2019 Board of Directors

• Burke Richeson, President (574-780-0393)
• Fred Berkeypile, Member (574-952-2333)
• Ryan Jessen, Vice President (574-298-8363)
• Billy Schoff, Member (574-948-1976)
• John Mills, Treasurer (574-327-0614)
• Alex Wright, Member (574-341-4466)
• Jim Pike, Secretary (574-952-4041)
• Christopher Schrameyer, Member (260-527-4099)
• Jason Feece, Member (574-933-2771)
• Jordan Sauer, Member (574-540-9282)
• Greg Carroll, Jr., Member (574-930-6319)
• Tony Palmer, Member (574-309-2127)
• Travis Hunter, Member (574-780-4797

We are looking for team sponsors for the 2019 season. Contact a Board Member for information if you are interested.

Check out our new & improved Marshall County Museum website!  www.mchistoricalsociety.org

Since our last website redesign 5-years ago, we have strived to become the “hub” in downtown Plymouth…a place for community gatherings, interesting events, for telling and celebrating the story Marshall County.

The new site, a collaboration with Heiden Creative, designed by RECON Media, is more contemporary, user-friendly & inviting with bolder colors & lively interaction!  When exploring the site, you’ll discover when the model trains run, how to make connections in the Genealogy Research Library, or stumble upon the date & time of the next Brown Bag program, the Ghost Walk, Time Travel Camp, or one of our architectural tours!  Action shots of museum guests volunteering, admiring exhibits, & attending programs & events make the website even more attractive, welcoming & community-oriented.

After navigating the new website, we hope that even more prospective guests find the Marshall County Museum as a family destination & that regular patrons will even feel more of a connection to the Crossroads Center in our community. Visit the new website & stay connected with the Museum for all your history needs. We enjoy our role as being the storytellers of Marshall County in the heart of historic downtown Plymouth and invite you to visit the “hub” if you haven’t already!