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Plymouth Place turns back the clock to celebrate 70th anniversary News
Plymouth Place turns back the clock to celebrate 70th anniversary
Plymouth Place Senior Living brought back not only Big Band music from the ‘40s for its 70th anniversary, but a vintage dance floor, too. Residents planned a dinner dance Oct. 16 to toast the retirement center’s milestones in LaGrange Park. The nonprofit agency, formed in 1939, has evolved from two mansions on an estate to a complex with four levels of care for 400 older adults.
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