Enjoying Boating on Lost Lake in the early twentieth century. Photo Courtesy Earl Carter
Chef Paul Callahan. Prepared a five course dinner at the Farm to Table Café at Groton Dental Wellness last Saturday evening. Chef Paul is pictured (left) with his staff including Jacob Gagnon; Mary Durling; anad James Kasilowski. Photo by Jane Bouvier.
Jean Morse Bingham, of Groton, passed away at Life Care of Acton on July 15, 2013. She was born in Lexington on June 4, 1918, daughter of the late George Morse and Beatrice (Fuller) Morse. She was a graduate of Lexington High School 1936, and the Danforth -Dunbar School in Worcester, where she was president of her graduating class. Jean was also an Eliot Pearson alumna of Tufts University, class of 1945.
Come join us for the Third Annual Groton Golf Association Fund Raiser Golf Tournament Saturday, August 24, 18 Holes, 11 a.m. Shotgun Start Four Person Scramble Teams Welcome.
Individuals may enter and be paired with partners and for seniors, all Groton Senior Golf League rules apply! Entry Fee: $75 per person Includes greens fees, cart, gifts, prizes, awards and dinner.
First- Team12 (33)-Bill Ennis, Bill Beresford,
Renee Moe, Neville Markham
Second-Team 4 (33)-Russ Smith, Bob Watson
Bev Mosscrop, Bill Harrington
Third-Team 8 (34)-Bob Anderson, Vic Forand
Mary Jennings, Bob Leland
Fourth-Team 11(34) Allen King, Jerry Lubenau
Dick Olson, Joyce Robinson
Katayoon Hamzehdoost of Groton, majoring in civil engineering, was a member of the UMass Lowell team that placed fourteenth among 49 collegiate teams in the final round of the 2013 Steel Bridge Competition held at the University of Washington in Seattle in June.
"Summertime, and the livin' is easy," so go the words of that classic song. For many of us, we appreciate the change of pace that summertime brings us. But for some people, the change in the rhythm of life can cause problems to emerge - issues that have been simmering, but were kept at bay with a frenetic pace during the school year.
There's an old cartoon about a couple of Indians somewhere in the American West sending smoke signals when an atom bomb test happens miles away, complete with huge mushroom cloud. One Indian turns to the other and says, "I wish I'd said that."
Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce (NVCoC) will host its annual Community Service and Leadership Awards (CSLA) event in November. Nomination forms are now available. Any citizen of greater Nashoba Valley Region may submit nominations for each category of awards. Nominees must be a resident, company or company employee of Nashoba Valley Region. If there is an individual or business that you think is deserving of a CSLA award, submit a nomination on their behalf.