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Fall Town Meeting

Fall Town Meeting will be held on Monday, October 21, 2019, at 7:00 P.M., Groton Dunstable Middle School Center for the Arts, Main Street, Groton, MA.  The purpose of this Town Meeting will be to vote on articles contained in the October 21, 2019 Fall Town Meeting Warrant mailed to all residents on October 4, 2019.

All interested parties - this means YOU - are encouraged to attend.

Fall Town Meeting Oct. 21

There will be a Fall Town Meeting on Monday, October 21, 2019, at 7:00 P.M., Groton Dunstable Middle School Center for the Arts, Main Street, Groton, MA.  The purpose of this Town Meeting will be to vote on articles contained in the October 21, 2019 Fall Town Meeting Warrant mailed to all residents on October 4, 2019. All interested parties are encouraged to attend.

A Vote For The ‘Sherwin Center’

I appreciated the editorial on naming the new senior center.  Helen “Sis” Swieca was Win and Lonnie’s youngest sister, not sister-in-law.  She was the youngest of 11 children in the Sherwin family. She was my neighbor growing up and a close friend 'til her death a few years ago.
     Hope this helps. 
 

Massachusetts Was At Center Of Struggle For Women’s Suffrage

Please consider enjoying thefollowing Groton History Center educational opportunities.
• October 20 at 2:00 PM, you are welcome to join the Groton History Center for its brief Annual Meeting at the Groton Inn. Program updates and year- end reports will be presented. Members may vote on next year’s slate of Officers and Directors.

I Strongly Oppose Installation of Artificial Turf Field

I read with interest about the shortage of funds for the installation of artificial turf at the high school by GD@Play. This may allow the group and the school committee AND THE REST OF THE TOWN, to reconsider in light of the findings related in the October 9th Boston Globe about “Toxic chemicals found in blades of artificial turf” in the town of Franklin.

LETTER: Big Book: Pages for Peace Encourages A Message of Peace & Hope

On September 21, 2019, the International Day of Peace, the Big Book: Pages for Peace Exhibit opened to the public at the Prescott School Community Center in downtown Groton. The exhibit has a big goal: to share its profound messages of peace and hope and encourage all of our visitors to think about how to build a more peaceful world.

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