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I am sending the Groton Herald this letter because our program may be of interest to your town, especially with all the new restaurants popping up.      Grow Nashua is a local business that allows for schools, business, and the Nashua community to participate in community vegetable farming....
Groton’s Union Congregational Church thanks those who graciously donated to this year’s Harvest Fair Silent Auction. All proceeds will be donated to Hagar’s Sisters, a non-profit that provides services and support to those who have suffered from domestic abuse.      Donors include: Anthony’s...
The foundation has been laid for a 32-foot radius labyrinth-maze at Boutwell Park behind the Groton History Center at 172 Main St. Residents from the area are invited to bring a rock from their property to become part of the labyrinth-maze. Upon completion, each stone wall will be 12 inches wide...
Recently the Mass Fiscal Alliance group mailed a large postcard critical of State Representative Jen Benson’s carbon emission tax proposal to constituents in her district. The postcard distorted the facts about the issue, and that is a problem. But a bigger problem is that the Mass Fiscal...
Grotonfest is a big event. All the groups in town have booths. The Boy Scouts make root beer; the Garden Club offers homemade pies, and the Rotary gives out hotdogs for a donation for the food pantry.      My church sells whoopie pies: you can mix and match your choice of flavors for filling...
I was pleased to see two articles on activity in the state legislature in the October 4 issue. I wish the Herald would have a regular column on State House activity. This issue had many articles I wanted to read, but that isn't always the case. News from the State House always interests me...
The Groton Council on Aging will be hosting a forum to address changes to Medicare and to answer your questions as we head into Medicare open enrollment season.      The program will be held, Thursday, November 7, 10:00am at The Groton Center (the previous senior center), 163 W Main Street....
My name is Michael McGaffigan and I am a 24 year old Apprentice Funeral Director & Embalmer, and a lifelong resident of Groton.      I would like to publically acknowledge and extend my most sincere thanks to Karen Tuomi and the Town of Groton Trust Funds in selecting me as the recipient of...
A huge THANK YOU to all the singers, bell ringers, dancers and instrumentalists who took part in the Groton Interfaith Council’s musical event “Global Fusion” that took place Sunday, Sept. 15th at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I am certain that you and all who attended will...
I am writing in response to an unsolicited 8 1/2" x 12" plastic card mailing I received recently from the nonprofit organization Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance requesting that I call Representative Jennifer Benson to ask her to stop her legislative efforts to get a carbon tax passed in...

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