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Fitchburg State University  Groton Police Officer Omar Connor (who is also affectionately called Officer O by our high school students) is helping to shape the minds of young police officers.      Not only is Officer Connor a great role model for Groton-Dunstable Regional High School students,...
Good Friday Service: Reflections on the Seven Last Words, Friday, April 15 at 7 p.m.      This is a quiet, reflective Good Friday Service. This service con- sists of reflections on the seven last sayings of Jesus interspersed with silence and beautiful music. We reflect on the story of Jesus’...

Sophia Santoro, accompanied by Shawn McCann, provided emotional musical interpretation of spiritual songs at Wendy Frank’s memorial service last weekend. Photo by Steve Lieman

 

Groton Garden Club members recently welcomed local author Linda Hoffman. Her memoir “The Artist and The Orchard” tells the story of bringing an abandoned orchard back to life, organically. She shared stories about learning to grow apples without chemicals and running Old Frog Pond Farm in Harvard. Linda is a sculptor too and she showed photos of her art on display at the farm. Formerly from Groton and a member of the Garden Club, she reconnected with several members during her visit. The Club presented Linda with a bright spring bouquet designed by Lisa Bohne of Lavender. For more information on the Garden Club, visit www.grotongardenclub.org

 

Nashaway Girl Scout Troops 69089 (Groton), 62699 (Ayer), and 62707 (Shirley) were cooking up a storm in the kitchen to bake Irish soda bread to accompany the St. Patrickʼs Day lunch at the Center.

 

The Groton Center was created with the intention of bringing groups together from across the community. That’s what happened recently at the St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon. Ashley Shaheen, COA Director, coordinated with several groups who contributed to this event.      The Groton Woman’s Club, led...

The Garden Club held a workshop to create beautiful flower designs based on the painting by their member Peg McWade. 

 

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Ava O'Toole of Groton, Class of 2023, has been named to the Worcester Academy Headmaster's List for Semester 1 of the 2021-2022 school year.
The Groton Garden Club is presenting a workshop entitled “Who needs a Monet when you can have a McWade?” This Art in Bloom event allows participants to interpret an original artwork and then create a unique flower arrangement. Local artist and Garden Club member Peg McWade provides her watercolor...

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