The #2 seed Groton-Dunstable Girls Varsity Volleyball (18-2) keeps their 17-game win streak alive and advances to the MIAA Central Division II Semifinal having previously defeated #15 Milford (3-1) and beating #10 Westwood (3-0) Monday night at home. G-D faced #3 Westboro on Wednesday night. Photo by Nancy Ohringer
Girls Cross Country Champions!
The undefeated Groton-Dunstable girls cross country team is Mid-Wach B league champions for the fourth year in a row.
GD 27, Quabbin 21
Senior Ben Rivet scored four touchdowns to propel the visiting Crusaders to their first win of the season. Rivet’s ten-yard touchdown and two-point conversion with time running out in the fourth quarter sent the game into overtime. (Rivet ran for 160 yards )
I’m writing this letter after having very little sleep last night due to a disturbing Halloween event on Hollis Street.
Thank you to our town officials for the new pedestrian crosswalks with warning signs and blinking yellow lights. Walking and crossing streets in downtown feels much safer as drivers are alerted by these worthwhile additions.
To the Editor:
Join us on Saturday, Nov. 17, 9am to 1pm for free apple cider & donuts. Come see what a Community Center can There will be. There will be tours, a Pickle Ball demonstration, pop-up shops, handmade jewelry, high-end ladies' gently used clothing sale, and much much more.
Sponsored by the Groton Women's Club, the sale will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2018, 9am to 1pm at Williams Barn, 160 Chicopee Row, Groton. This is an extremely popular event so plan to arrive early for the best selections.
Snow day for the sale is Sunday, December 2.
The Boy Scouts of America announced earlier in 2018 that they will begin accepting girls into the program starting in Feb. 2019 (they can already join the Cub Scout program). With the change, the program’s name is changing from BSA to Scouts BSA.
More than 30 artisans will be selling their wares at the Harvard Gallery Show and Sale at Harvard Congregational Church, 5 Still River Road. This is a fundraiser for the Harvard Council on Aging. There will be jewelry, glassware, pottery, quilting, textiles, watercolors, weaving, woodworking, and one-of-a-kind works of art.