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Iattended the Groton town library discussion on the film “Reflecting on Anti-Bias Education in Action, The Early Years” via zoom on Tuesday February 1. I found the moderator of the group severely lacking in courtesy. I got two-thirds of the way through my analysis of the film and was muted and...
The Groton Public Library recently sponsored a Zoom training meeting on Anti-bias in Early Childhood Education. It taught adults ways to indoctrinate pre-schoolers into CRT, BLM and other extreme left-wing viewpoints.      I made this chat comment, "The Groton Library Board of Trustees should...
I wanted to thank the Groton Public Library for hosting an event on Anti-Bias in Early Childhood Education on February 1, the first day of Black History Month, and thank the 60+ neighbors who came with curiosity and an open mind to learn positive and productive ways we may teach our children to...
hank you to Groton's DPW for keeping our roads open during the Saturday snowstorm. The DPW rarely gets a Thank you. They are inundated with phone messages from residents unhappy with some of their mailboxes being damaged during plowing. It happens at times like this.      With the amount of...
Playing for keeps may be okay in marbles. It means that the winner takes the marbles he/she wins and keeps them. Permanently. Not a big deal.      In politics, however, the stakes are more serious. In fact, in politics, successfully playing for keeps inevitably leads to a one-party...
As we all continued to deal with uncertain times during 2021, The Commissioners of Trust Funds feared that the need would be great during December for the Community Children’s Fund. However, as it has been for the past 30 years, the support received from the community was overwhelming and enabled...
The Annual Town Election will be held on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. The Spring Town Meeting will be held on Saturday, April 30. Nomination papers for Groton’s elected offices are available as of February 1, 2022. If you’ve thought about applying your skills or pursuing an interest serving in an...
The word around town is that Select Board member Josh Degen is a loose cannon. I've heard it come up in conversation enough times to know Mr. Degen has become a topic of the town chatterbox. You know the type. They may claim to be ever so neutral but their tone is so judgmental.      Turn your...
I am making the following statement as an individual and I am NOT representing any particular group.      I have a question regarding the Select Board executive order to close The [senior] Center to seniors.      Was there input from the COA? Were they notified that the Select Board was...
The notice "CAN WE TALK: Civil Discourse Project" caught my eye in last week's issue (1/21/2022) of The Groton Herald. I did think it a bit odd, since I thought the Town Hall and The Groton (Senior) Center were supposed to be closed due to Covid. Being extremely upset however, about the huge...

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