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The living room at RiverCourt was adorned with a spectacular display of handmade quilts for the first Quilt Show. Over 25 quilts were on display, all created by residents or members of their families.       In photo, resident Pat Whittemore proudly stands next to a beautiful blue quilt,...

Raffaella Gutermann, baker and owner of Dolce Amar “Sweets to Love” located in Mill Run Plaza on north Main St., taught a cake icing class last week as part of Groton Public Library’s “Groton Reads and Eats” program. Photo by Steve Lieman.

Members of the Newcomers Club and their children recently visited the Big Book: Pages for Peace exhibit at the Prescott School Community Center. They enjoyed learning the background story of this captivating project and turning the huge pages. Pictured with their children (left to right) are Beth Donato, Kathy Harwood, Christine Gross. Courtesy photo

 

 
Groton Woman's Club members (l to r) Pat Castellucci, Bridget Reiss, Ellin Hanlon and Pat Ruby look at copies of club scrapbooks at the February meeting in the new Groton Senior Center. The fifty years of books were scanned and printed by Bridget Reiss, as part of her presentation to the club,...
Dunstable's Ryan Jaeger  Named a Nashoba Tech Athlete of the Month      Ryan Jaeger, son of Gary Jaeger and Stephanie McNichols of Dunstable, is a junior point guard for the basketball team. He is in his first year at Nashoba Tech after transferring from Groton-Dunstable Regional High...

Design Lessons from Wild Landscapes speaker Toby Wolf with (l to r) Bonnie Rosenthall, President, Garden Club Federation of MA; Priscilla Williams, Lecture Chair; Lisa Murray, Groton Garden Club President; Toby Wolf; Jill Malcolm and Ruth Ecker, GC Federation VPs

 

The Groton Garden Club recently hosted the annual Trust Fund Lecture to a packed crowd at The Center. Guest speaker Toby Wolf, who resides in Groton, spends time exploring our many trails and natural areas. He draws inspiration from the natural world to design gardens that allow humans to feel...
For dog lovers, MRM Realty at 316 Boston Rd in Groton, was the place to be February 9, when people attended the Love Your Dog event with their “best friends”. The dogs were photographed with or without their humans by local professional photographer Kirsta Davey. Owners were provided with a high...
Katrina Colt of Groton has been selected as a January Stu- dent of the Month at Nashoba Valley Technical High School. Katrina, daughter of Leslie Colt, is a junior in the Early Childhood Education program. Katrina loves children and plans to go to college to continue her education to become an ...
Worcester Academy Ava O’Toole of Groton, Class of 2023, has received First Honors for Semester 1 of the 2019-2020 School Year at Worcester Academy.  Hunter O’Toole of Groton, Class of 2021, has been named to the Headmaster’s List for Semes- ter 1 of the 2019-2020 school year at Worcester...
Judi Berger, (center) an expert on feeding birds for the past 26 years and a student of Ornithology at Cornell University, presented a roadmap for feeding birds in all four seasons to Groton Garden Club. She discussed what types of food birds prefer during different times of the year, and myths...

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