It's rhododendron time again at Groton Place in Groton!
My mother passed away in February from terminal cancer. As her breathing became labored due to pain, they increased her morphine until she was comfortable. When she suffered side effects of the morphine, they reduced it.
It’s time to check out the Groton farmers’ market. It is up and running. If you haven’t visited ours yet, there are a lot of reasons to start (see nutrition.gov or cuesa.org [Center for Urban Education on Sustainable Agriculture] for more information):
This past weekend’s Food for the Poor yard sale was fun and a resounding success. Thank you for your prayers, humor, donations and financial support.
by Mary Swansburg
Members of the Groton Garden Club celebrate another successful year at their annual luncheon and business meeting, held at Groton School.
On Saturday, July 13th from 9-2 the Christian Union Church will be hosting their annual yard sale. This event will be held rain or shine. In the event of rain it will be held inside. In addition to all the treasurers they will be selling hot dogs including a bag of chips and/or soda. The "dogs" have always been a big hit with everyone.
Former Groton-Dunstable Athletic Director Mike McCaffrey has accepted the AD position at Windham High School (NH). He sent the following letter to staff and media.
1st place: Team 3 (34), Rod Van Guilder, Bud Robertson, Paul Egan, Barbarajo Joyce
2nd place: Team 6 (34), Bob Mingolelli, Ed Perkins, Jack Feeney, Paul Cormier
The Groton History Center invites you to join us for a number of exciting programs this Summer and Fall. Check out our website for more information grotonhistory.org. Saturdays July 13 and August 10 at 11:00 AM, visit the George S. Boutwell, former Governor of Massachusetts House at 172 Main Street for a Guided tour.