Longtime Plymouth Park Board member Sally Greenlee now has a key to the city. Mayor Mark Senter presented it during Monday’s meeting and read a proclamation in her honor. Mrs. Greenlee was appointed to the park board in 1999 by her husband, then-mayor Jack Greenlee. She served for 15 years and was also a member of the Plymouth Plan Commission.
In addition to her civic duty, Sally Greenlee worked for many years as an investigator for what was then known as the Indiana Department of Family and Children. She also taught home economics for many years at Lincoln Junior High. Click Sally Greenlee Proclamation to read the text of Mayor Mark Senter’s proclamation.