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November 2012

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Christine Muir Andrea Chiriboga-Flor

Christine Muir of Dunstable is Director at Savoir Media, a boutique strategic communications firm based in Boston, which recently won two awards for Best Public Relations Campaign of 2012: a Gold International Stevie Award for Women in Business for "Communications Campaign of the Year - Marketing - B2B," and a Bronze winner for "PR Campaign of the Year" by the Best in Biz Awards, the only independent business awards program judged by members of the press and industry analysts.

Celebrate Owen Shuman's leadership as GPL Director as she retires after 25 years

Celebration of Owen Shuman's contribution to Groton Public Library, Dec. 12, 5 to 8 pm, third foor of the Library. Staff and Trustees of the library invite you to join us for an evening of appreciation for Owen's service to the town over the last 25 years. Light refreshments will be served and the library will be open for normal operations. We hope that you can join us in reminiscing and in wishing Owen a happy and exciting retirement!

Dunstable Conservation Commission is offering "Cut your own" Christmas Trees Saturday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec. 8, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at two locations

Loaves & Fishes' annual "Shop for Your Kids Day" will be held Dec. 20 at Devens Community Center, 100 Sherman Ave., Devens. We are looking for donations of new, unwrapped gifts valued up to $25, or gift cards in denominations of $10, $15 or $25.

Dr. Horowitz: a Reflection of the Past Thirty-five Years in Groton

Thirty-five years ago, veterinarian Dr. Susan Horowitz and her late husband Bob Connally found the perfect town where they could start their start business of taking care of animals. They spent many weeks looking at communities surrounding Boston, but eventually settled on the bucolic town of Groton, where they were surrounded by many beautiful farms and apple orchards.

Fire at Lost Lake Home Extinguished

A fire in a house on Lost Lake drive yesterday afternoon was brought under control by Groton Fire Department. Several vehicles were sent to the scene. An engine from Pepperell was dispatched to help cover town center. The fire was apparently at a home at 206 Lost Lake Drive, which was closed to traffic between Route 40 and Boston Road.

School buses were re-routed due to the road closure, and at least one was delayed.


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