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Community Church of Pepperell Commemorates 100th Anniversary

Community Church of Pepperell sits diagonal to the iconic Town Hall, which is positioned at the edge of the historic district. This is an exciting year for this beautiful landmark church, as it commemorates its 100 year anniversary. Incorporated in 1919, the church’s story began as far back as 1747. The Community Church family welcomes all to share in and learn about the church’s history, as it commemorates this very special anniversary.

Sandy Pond School Hosts a Step Back in Time to Celebrate its150th Anniversary

Sandy Pond School Association will hold a special Open House to celebrate the schoolhouse’s 150th anniversary and give attendees a first look at the results of the recent restoration and preservation work on Ayer’s oldest public building. This free community-wide event will be held at the schoolhouse from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14.

Groton Farmers Market in Full Swing

Hauling fresh produce at Friday’s Farmer’s Market at Williams Barn. 

Margaret Roberts at the Farmer’s Market. 

 

Listening to live music at the Farmers Market while rolling in the grass - could there be a better way to spend an August summer afternoon?

 

Terri Ragot at the Market

Anna Eliot

Photos by Steve Lieman celebrate the fresh air, music, fun, and fresh produce at Groton's weekly Farmers Market at Williams Barn. 

Robert Brown

Robert Brown, 73 and a long time Groton resident passed away peacefully on August 16, 2019 at the Apple Valley Center in Ayer. He was the devoted husband of Patricia Squires-Brown for over 37 years.
 

Berkshire Wind Project Bonds Upgraded

     In July Fitch Ratings upgrad-ed bonds issued by the Berkshire Wind Power Cooperative Corpo-ration (BWPCC) from A+ to AA-. The bonds receiving the new rat- ing total more than $43 million, including more than $40 million in series 2 Green Bonds. Green Bonds are earmarked to be used exclusively for climate and envi ronmental projects.

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