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March 2014

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Hannah Robillard Wins Boston Globe Scholastic Art Award

Hannah Robillard, Groton resident and Landmark School Sophomore, won a Boston Globe Scholastic Art Award. Robillard entry in printmaking entitled "The Three Little Pigs" received a Gold Key and will advance to the national level of competition.

Over 9,500 pieces were submitted by students, grades 7 - 12, from public and private schools throughout Massachusetts in this year's competition.

Local People Work Hard, Earn Praise


Peter T. Macy of Groton announces publication of his new e-book "A Fish Tale," a story about a long-lived pet gold fish that learned to read lips. It can be found at Amazon.con (Kindle), Apple Books, Barnes & Noble (Nook) and other web sites selling children's e-books ($3.95)


Republican Town Committee

The Groton Republican Town Committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, at the Senior Center.  Focus of the meeting will be on the fundraiser to be held by the Committee on Saturday, May 17.  The meeting will also provide an opportunity for discussion of last Saturday's Republican State Convention in Boston and the implication of the results of that Convention.

GELD Solar Farm Approved

Groton Electric Light Department [GELD] received Planning Board approval for a Special Permit for their proposed solar power array farm to be located off of Nutting Road and Sandy Pond Road. GELD will lease their land to a private contractor who will install and maintain the solar panels and the power generated from the farm will be sold back to GELD.

Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry Special 30th Anniversary Celebration Golf Tournament

For the past 30 years, Loaves & Fishes has been able to continue its mission of feeding our hungry neighbors thanks to the generous support of local businesses and families. Today, we provide food to nearly 1,000 families who visit the Pantry each year. Partnering with Loaves & Fishes is a win-win proposition-it is an investment in the community, and it feels great to know that you are making a difference to so many families in need.


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