The award-winning Groton-Dunstable High School Chamber Choir will give a public concert at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 2, at St.
NMRHS students greeted residents at the Prescott School Open House on Nov.
Groton Garden Club members, resplendent in their visible orange vests, cleared out over 14 bags of debris from the Four Corners Island, preparing the site for a winter rest. The group works closely with the State Highway Department to plant and maintain this site, adopted by the Club, at the well-travelled entrance to Groton. (Courtesy photo)
The Thirteenth Annual Greens Sale sponsored by the Groton Woman’s Club
will be held on
Saturday, December 1, 2018 - (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Williams Barn, 160 Chicopee Row, Groton
This is a very popular event so plan to arrive at 9 a.m. for the best selection.
Snow day for the sale is Sunday, December 2.
For additional information or to pre-order:
call Nancy at 978-448-3181 or Tracey at 978-448-2245
The sale will feature a wide variety of Wreaths, Boxwood Trees, Centerpieces, Swags, Kissing Balls, Ornaments, Holiday Cookies and the very popular raffle for a beautiful handmade quilt.
Proceeds from this sale go toward scholarships for students at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School, Nashoba Valley Technical High School and Francis W. Parker Charter School plus other women’s charitable organizations.
Season's garland at the Williams Barn, Groton Garden Club's Greens Sale.
Stephen and Diana Keaney of Groton are pleased to announce the May 2018 wedding of their daughter Dr. Erin E. Keaney to Dr. Jonathan M.
The Groton Interfaith Council will again host the annual Groton Community Tree Lighting ceremony on the front lawn of Union Congregational Church, Sunday, D
Senior Captains Alexis Millett and Lydia Pray celebrating with MIAA trophy. Photo by Robert Mingolelli
by Robert Mingolelli
Louis DiMola representing the Old Groton Meeting House Preservation Fund presents a check for $10,000 for the Phase 2 Meeting House Preservation Project to
At last Wednesday’s School Committee Chairman Marlena Gilbert described an exchange with recycling officials in Groton in which the district was accused of