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Lawrence Academy Associate Head of School Rob Moore and  and English Dept. Chair Laura Moore at Taste of Nashoba. Photo by Steve Lieman

Bridget Reiss gave a brief talk and displayed the time capsule and the materials to be included in it.

 

On Thursday, March 21, 2024 Groton Daisy Girl Scout Troop earned their Daisy Engineer Badges with the help of Groton's own licensed professional engineer and Planning Board member Alyson Bedard. Specifically, Alyson educated the troop on the topic of civil engineering and bridges by use of a fun bridge strength experiment! Photo courtesy of Julie Sanders, proud Troop Leader of Daisy Girl Scout Troop #77568.

The Groton Historical Commission, in an effort to highlight the extensive built heritage in Groton, has begun a pilot of a historic plaque program. Shown here is a plaque installed as part of the pilot at 228 Main Street for Jim and Claudia Desrosiers. It highlights that the house was home to two long-time Groton blacksmiths, Calvin Childs and Thomas Bywater. The Commission will make more information about the program available soon.

First day of spring. These young people are riding their bikes.

Happy Maple Sugaring Season! Groton Daisy Girl Scout Troop #77568 commenced the 2024 season by traveling to a local sugar shack to learn the science behind maple sugaring while simultaneously earning their "Daisy Think Like A Citizen Scientist" badges. A tasty and educational time was had by all! Photo courtesy of Julie Sanders, proud Troop Leader of Daisy Girl Scout Troop #77568.

 

Steve Brunelle from Magnetic North Music at the board on Friday’s Open Mic Night. Photo by Steve Lieman

Girl Scouts in Groton, Ayer, Shirley and Dunstable participated in World Thinking Day. The girls learned about different countries, cultures and traditions and then presented what they had learned. This year Girl Scouts learned about Japan, Spain, New Zealand, Peru, Egypt and Denmark. Photo courtesy Michelle Bedy, Nashaway Girl Scouts Publicity Coordinator

Virginia at the wheel

by Barbara Scofidio      As Virginia (Whistle) Wood, owner of Old School Clay and Ceramics, jokes, it only took her 30 years to figure out what she wanted to do with her life. Hearing about her history, it’s clear how, with each new challenge, she was imbued with the strength and wisdom she would...

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