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Jason Parent of Groton was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Parent was initiated at MCPHS University. Parent is among approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to...

Elsa Heil, Bryan Gardner and Tim Lilley (from center, left to right). 

Groton Firefighters Elsa Heil, Bryan Gardner and Tim Lilley completed the Local Call/Volunteer Firefighters Graduate State Training Program as part of Firefighter Class #86. State Fire Marshal Peter Ostroskey presented certificates of completion to members of the Call/Volunteer Recruit Firefighter...

Photos by Steve Lieman

 

Trinity College On May 17, 2020, Brent Dallas Emerle, of Groton, graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Emerle earned a BA in Political Science.

 

 

On Saturday October 31, Groton Explorer Post 4879 joined more than 200 other participants in the KeeganKicksMoya virtual 5K. This was a fundraiser for the son of Paul McBrearty, a member of the Groton Fire Department, who was diagnosed with Moyamoya earlier this month. In full gear the Explorers...

Chad Spiczka is still selling his farm fresh produce on Saturday late morning until Thanksgiving at Kirk Farm, 21 Wyman Road, Groton. Photo by Anna Eliot.

 

Lost Lake Fire Station received a major fall clean up and pruning thanks to members of the Groton Garden Club. They tackled the project with knowledge, enthusiasm and determination, eliminating major weed growth, trimming overgrown shrubs and mulching around the front entry to the station and the station sign. The team included (L to R) members Lois Young, Sue Houde, Claire Wilson, Cindy Smith, Lisa Murray, Linda Loren, and Connie Sartini, who took the picture.

 

The caption for the photo, shown on left, mis-identified one of the Friends of Trees members. The correct identification of the members are Linda Loren (l) and Mary Durham (r).

 

The Groton Woman's Club recently held a brief meeting to install new officers, and welcomed new member Kathy Shelp, seen here at the Groton Senior Center with membership chair Audrey Bryce (rt) and club president Therese Keoseian. Courtesy photo

 

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