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The Burgess and French families visit the tree.

 

On Friday December 4th the Groton Interfaith Coucil lit the Town Christmas tree located across from the Congregational Church. Usually there is a celebration with a program including singing, a band playing Christmas songs and speeches by our Interfaith Community. Unfortunately due to Covid, the...
Fitchburg State University Steven C. Tully of Dunstable received his BS degree in Criminal Justice from Fitchburg State University in a virtual ceremony for the May 2020 graduates Thursday, Dec. 17, and a virtual ceremony for December 2020 graduates Friday, Dec. 18.   Anthony M. De...

A very successful Cub Scout Tree & Wreath Sale

 

The Minuteman Common, located directly across Main St. from the Groton Public Library is a focal point of the town center and every year provides a festive welcome to Groton during the holiday season. For many years the Groton Woman’s Club has donated their time and resources to decorate the...
Belmont University Dean's List Hannah Loomis qualified for the Fall 2020 Dean’s List at Belmont University. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality grade point average of 3.5 with no grade below a C. Approximately 55 percent of Belmont’s students this semester...

Wreathman (above) and Cubmom (below)help make the annual Cub Scout Pack Tree and Wreath Sale a hit.

Holiday greens made their way to Groton Police Department planters where members Lisa Murray, Connie Sartini, Linda Andelman, Carol Carter and Penny Hommeyer finish up their annual festive contributions to the Public Safety Buildings. Photo by Anna Eliot

Happy Thanksgiving. Groton is a community of givers! Here is a great example of what people are doing to help each other: An anonymous donor gave Thanksgiving dinners to 17 families and the Groton-Dunstable Football Team is providing homemade pies to go with them!

On Veterans’ Day, with a little help from a friend, Allen King (left), a decorated Vietnam-era veteran, rings the bell at the Old Meeting House in memory of the service and sacrifice of all veterans. Photo by Steve Lieman

 

Firing the cannon in a salute to those lost in America's wars. Photo by Connie Sartini

Groton remembered their many veterans on November 11, 2020 at 11 a.m. with a small ceremony at Sawyer Common led by Donald Black. Members of the Groton Police Department with Chief Mike Luth stood at attention for the remembrance. At the end of the brief ceremony, Chief Luth fired the cannon as a...

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