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Women's Club Learns About New Indian Hill Music Center, Celebrates Honorary Members

At Groton Woman’s Club October meeting Deborah Termeulen and Carly Detwiller spoke about the new Groton Hill Music Center which will open in 2022. They are pictured here with Catherine Coleman (third from left) Director of Development of Indian Hill/Groton Hill Music, and Club Vice President Cindy Boyle. Courtesy photo

 

The Groton Woman's Club president, Therese Keoseian (r) with one of honoree Jean Sheedy (l) opened the 2021-2022 season at their recent September banquet that reunited the club again after many long months. The GWC celebrated new honorary members: Jan Dillon, Terry McPartlan, Marie Melican & Jean Sheedy and paid tribute to deceased members: Toni Bond, Barbara Greenhalgh & Myrtle Murphy.President Keoseian introduced the new board and addressed their many upcoming community events. Courtesy photo

 

Conservation Role, Pollinator Gardens and Garden Design at Garden Club

The Groton Garden Club October program featured three of its members who shared their knowledge and expertise in Conservation, Pollinators Gardens and Garden Design.

Jodi Valenta (l) presented the Surprising Story of Conservation in America, spotlighting several species and exploring how individual gardeners can positively impact conservation.

Body, Mind and Spirit Salon Recognized by State for Community, Consumer Service

October 6 Edward A. Palleschi (second from left), Undersecretary for the MA Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulations presented Body Mind Spirit Salon and Day Spa co-owners, Beth Lindstrom (third from left) and Raymond Murphy (far left), with a Certificate of Appreciation for the Licensee Recognition Program.

Friends and Neighbors in the Fields and Woods

We share Groton with a huge variety of creatures in the natural environment. One of the denizens of our town - this American Carrion Beetle - is a resident of Surrenden Fields Farm. Notice the ‘hitchiker’ on the beetle’s back. This mite, of the genus Poecilochirus, likes getting an Uber to the next shared food source. Photo by Tom Murray on September 12, 2021.

 

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