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Groton Garden Club

Members of the Groton Garden Cluh created and decorated beautiful boxwood trees at the Lost Lake Fire Department Community Room. Under the direction of Boxwood Tree Workshop Chairman Ann Griffin-White,  each participant crafted one tree to be distributed to area residents receiving Meals on Wheels. Trees are also given to the Police and Fire Departments, and the Library. Members also create a second tree for themselves. Pictured  L to R  are Garden Club members – Michael Sarcia, Sue Houde, Penny Hommeyer, Effie Stewart and Lynn Kavanagh.


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