Ashley Puglise, a Girl Scout Cadette, spends a significant amount of time helping her grandparents navigate technology, especially when they run into problems. So when she began thinking about earning her Silver Award, helping other seniors with technology just seemed natural. “Helping Seniors with Technology” will launch on Thursdays, from 4-5 p.m., and Saturdays, from 11-noon, throughout March and into April at the Granby Public Library.
I suppose there are lots of times in life when you don’t need to know exact numbers. The length of my driveway in inches, the number of cookies I had for dessert and the amount I spent on THE PANHANDLER (a double-edged, single-action, fish-filleting piece of genius that I have never used) all come to mind.
Local rescue organizations were the recipients of a pet food drive at Granby’s Stop & Shop. On top, Angel Cruz, Stop & Shop store manager, shakes hands with Lisa Schmitt, owner of Mary’s Kitty Corner in Granby, one of the recipients.
The Granby Cubs are a new wood bat baseball team for ages 25 and older starting play in the Connecticut Men’s Senior Baseball North League. The team will play double headers on Sundays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. starting April 15.
According to Wikipedia, “a dream is a succession of images, ideas, emotions and sensations that usually occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.” Do you have vivid dreams while you sleep or even vivid day dreams? Would you like to find out how to interpret these dreams?
On April 16, Nicole Kuhnly, a 2012 Granby Memorial High School graduate, will be running in the Boston Marathon for the first time. One of the reasons Kuhnly decided to run in the Marathon is to honor of her late paternal grandmother, Z, who passed away from ovarian cancer in 2016.
The Friends of Granby Public Library (FOGPL) membership year begins April 1. We are already planning the fall used book sale, which promises to be bigger and better than last year’s record breaking event. This is the perfect time to join the Friends in making it all happen.
When he finished preparing all the Department of Public Works plows for the winter, Robbie Bahre noted that the V-plow in front of the DPW building needed some sprucing up. He asked Deputy Director Joel Faria for permission to do that. The answer was “yes,” and there just happened to be a set of decals in stock for the lettering needed. From l., Robbie Bahre, Robert Stickles and Joel Faria stand by the newly refurbished V-plow at Public Works. Photo by Lisa Pyatt Rob […]
Rosia Kennedy would like to thank the Granby Police Department for teaming up with her to run a Christmas toy drive at Stop & Shop. It’s the second year she has asked them to join her and they were happy to oblige. Baskets of toys were set on registers and cashiers asked customers to help, and WOW they did! People also stopped by outside to drop off toys and gift cards. Pictured are Rosia Kennedy and Detective Tina Deltatto. Submitted photo Thanks to Detective Tina Deltatto, […]