No subscription needed for Obituaries and Public Notices

Advances, Honors, and Awards

UNION COLLEGE
• Steinmetz Symposium Day
Samantha Gavin of Groton, Class of 2019 at Union College, was a presenter at the College’s annual Steinmetz Symposium Day. Held yearly since 1991, the symposium features an extensive array of oral presentations, posters, performances and exhibits.
• Prize Day
Douglas Rosa of Groton, a member of the Class of 2017 at Union College, was given the Alice P. and Donald C. Loughry (1952) Prize in Computer Engineering, for completing the best senior project in computer engineering. The prize was awarded at the College’s annual Prize Day celebration.
Samantha Gavin of Groton, a member of the Class of 2019 at Union College, was given the Robert M. Fuller (1863) Sophomore Prize, for demonstrating outstanding work, ability and promise in chemistry. The prize was awarded at the College’s annual Prize Day celebration.

CURRY COLLEGE
Jeremy Ricard of Groton has been inducted into Tri-Beta, a National Biological Honor Society at Curry College, Milton. Jeremy was one of 18 students inducted during a ceremony on the Curry College campus on Friday, April 21.

UMASS DARTMOUTH
Sara St. George of Groton graduated from UMass Dartmouth, May 13, 2017 during commencement ceremonies held at Xfinity Center, Mansfield.

COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY
Samantha Proulx, of Groton, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English during commencement exercises held May 5 and 6, 2017 at Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC.

NICHOLS COLLEGE
Samuel Yeadon of Groton, a senior at Nichols College, was recently honored with an Honors Scholar Certificate foror his outstanding performance in his field of study. He graduated at the College’s May 6 Commencement at the DCU Center in Worcester.

BOSTON COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL
Maxwell Trawick of Dunstable, Class of 2020, achieved Honors for the Third Quarter at Boston College High School. For Honors a Freshman must have at least a 3.160 QPA and all grades C- or higher.

Comment Policy: 
Comments are welcome. However, comments should be thoughtful and coherent and may be published in the print edition of the Groton Herald with the name of the poster. In effect, a post here is a Letter to the Editor. "

Groton Herald

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 610, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
 

Office
161 Main Street, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
[above Main Street Café]
 

Telephone: 978-448-6061
 

Comment Here