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A Car Wash for Groton Dunstable Freshmen Orientation was held Saturday, July 12, at Prescott School on Main Street. Photo by Jane Bouvier.
How many kinds of bees can you name: honey bees, bumble bees, sweat bees perhaps? Most people are familiar with non-native honey bees and their role in pollinating commercial crops and many are acquainted with recent challenges that some populations are having, but few are aware of the great...
Sacred Heart Church in Groton will hold an Electronics and Appliance Recycle Day Fundraiser, Saturday, August 2, 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Bring your item(s) to the church parking lot at 279 Main St., Groton.  Computers, Stereos, Radios,(anything with a cord)...$5. Ea. Dishwashers, Stoves, Washer, Dryer, ...
MEALS TAX Board Chairman Josh Degen asked the Board if they wanted to consider applying the local meals tax option to restaurants in Groton. If so, the board should consider placing an article on the October 20 Fall Town Meeting warrant for voter action. He pointed out that if this tax were in...
Sunday, July 6 hundreds of walkers, carrying signs, chanting slogans, distributing information on energy alternatives, collecting signatures on petitions, and carrying a symbolic pipe, began a 20-day, 29-town walk from Richmond through Groton and Dunstable on July 23 to Dracut on July 26, in a town...
Groton Cultural Council wants residents to help advise about how best to allocate public dollars for programs and activities in the arts, humanities and interpretive sciences.   The all-volunteer, municipally-appointed council receives an annual allocation of approximately $4000 to fund projects by...
Tuesday, July 15 Groton Historical Society will sponsor a talk and trip exploring facets of Groton's past. Archeologist Marty Dudek will speak on Smoke-Out on Smoke Hill and More: Early Industry in Groton at Groton Historical Society's headquarters at Boutwell House at 172 Main St., Groton at 7 p.m...
Wednesday, July 2 noon, Endicott, NY comes to Groton in a "Spiedie." Kathy will barbeque her hometown's favorite cuisine for seniors of Groton.  Original idea for spiedie was brought by Italian immigrants to upstate NY in the early 1920s and cooked with goat or lamb meat. Today they come in a...
Groton-Pepperell Rotary is sponsoring their annual breakfast at Groton Senior Center, Thursday, June 26, 10 a.m. They will prepare and serve a hardy breakfast for all seniors!  Call the senior center, 9789-448-1170, for a reservation.  
The Friends of Groton Elders Talk with Tom Discussion Group led by Tom Hartnett will be held Monday, June 23,10:30 am at Groton Senior Center. Kevin Kelly, Manager Groton Electric Light Department will be Tom's guest to lead a discussion on "Need for Pipeline A Reality" and other topics of interest...

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