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Comments on Evonsion property

Residents voiced their opinions on the RFPs for the former Evonsion property at the March 5 and 19 Selectmen’s meetings

Susan Regan – disappointed that the RFP did not include anything but agriculture; would like to see an extensive marketing plan, believing that the property could sell for much more than the $1.25 million, that money then being used to pay off long-term debt. Bob Miller – surprised to see that sale of the property is even being considered as former First Selectman John Adams stated that the purchase of the property to be sure it remained open space.

Helpful study tips for students

As we pass the week of midterms at GMHS, you may have been hoping for a better grade on some of your exams. This article may help give your grades for future tests and final exams a little boost, as it will suggest tips you have never used before, or may help you bring your current strategies to the next level. Whether you are a freshman or an experienced upperclassman, it is always helpful to learn new last-minute study tricks or try out some entirely different strategies.

American Legion hosts game dinner

On January 27, the Shannon-Shattuck Post 182 of the American Legion hosted approximately one hundred people for its annual Game Dinner at its post in Granby. The purpose of the yearly game dinner is to raise money for the Post’s annual scholarship fund awarded each year to a Granby High School senior.

Simsbury Bank is Gran-Bee sponsor and will field trivia team

Simsbury Bank is pleased to announce that it is a $1,000 Swarm Sponsor of the Granby Education Foundation’s 15th annual Gran-Bee event. The Gran-Bee is the foundation’s annual fund raising trivia contest that will be held this year on Friday, April 27, at 6:30 p.m. at the Granby Memorial High School auditorium.

Granby, Simsbury and East Granby’s Tri-Town Democratic Campaign forum

Many thanks to all who participated in and enjoyed the Tri-Town Candidate Forum on Sunday, March 18, in the Holcomb Farm North Pavilion

Over 70 local residents personally met and spoke with ten invited Democrats seeking to serve as the next Governor or State Attorney General. Visiting with voters were five potential future governors including Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin, former Conn.

Spring is Here! – It Must be Time for the GEF’s Gran-Bee

The bee hive is humming with activity as spring is finally here and the Granby Education Foundation is planning its 15th annual Gran-Bee trivia contest. A buzz of activity can be heard from GEF’s question committee as they hunt down topics both fantastic and germane to craft questions for Gran-Bee teams. Three-person teams will be challenged with these questions by returning emcee, First Selectman Scott Kuhnly on Friday, April 27, at 6:30 p.m. at the Granby Memorial High School auditorium.

Air Museum events

Celebrate the arrival of spring with two weeks of school vacation week programming at the New England Air Museum! Explore three giant exhibit hangars filled with over sixty historic aircraft and experience the wonders of flight through daily hands-on activities

In Memory Of…

Raitto, Barbara (Cassky), 89, wife of the late Roger Jacob Raitto, Feb. 19

Sandstrom, Ruby A., 92, wife of the late Donald Sandstrom, Feb.

American Legion hosts game dinner

On January 27, the Shannon-Shattuck Post 182 of the American Legion hosted approximately one hundred people for its annual Game Dinner at its post in Granby. The purpose of the yearly game dinner is to raise money for the Post’s annual scholarship fund awarded each year to a Granby High School senior.

Simsbury Bank is Gran-Bee sponsor and will field trivia team

Simsbury Bank is pleased to announce that it is a $1,000 Swarm Sponsor of the Granby Education Foundation’s 15th annual Gran-Bee event. The Gran-Bee is the foundation’s annual fund raising trivia contest that will be held this year on Friday, April 27, at 6:30 p.m. at the Granby Memorial High School auditorium.

Granby, Simsbury and East Granby’s Tri-Town Democratic Campaign forum

Many thanks to all who participated in and enjoyed the Tri-Town Candidate Forum on Sunday, March 18, in the Holcomb Farm North Pavilion

Over 70 local residents personally met and spoke with ten invited Democrats seeking to serve as the next Governor or State Attorney General. Visiting with voters were five potential future governors including Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin, former Conn.

Spring is Here! – It Must be Time for the GEF’s Gran-Bee

The bee hive is humming with activity as spring is finally here and the Granby Education Foundation is planning its 15th annual Gran-Bee trivia contest. A buzz of activity can be heard from GEF’s question committee as they hunt down topics both fantastic and germane to craft questions for Gran-Bee teams. Three-person teams will be challenged with these questions by returning emcee, First Selectman Scott Kuhnly on Friday, April 27, at 6:30 p.m. at the Granby Memorial High School auditorium.

Air Museum events

Celebrate the arrival of spring with two weeks of school vacation week programming at the New England Air Museum! Explore three giant exhibit hangars filled with over sixty historic aircraft and experience the wonders of flight through daily hands-on activities

In Memory Of…

Raitto, Barbara (Cassky), 89, wife of the late Roger Jacob Raitto, Feb. 19

Sandstrom, Ruby A., 92, wife of the late Donald Sandstrom, Feb.

McLean activities

McLean will sponsor a document shredding event for the community Saturday, April 21, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the front parking lot of their facility at 75 Great Pond Road, Simsbury.

Copper Hill offers welcoming place to worship

In the East Granby countryside, across from the Copper Hill Golf Course, around the corner from a residential area, stands a white building nearly 200 years old, with a big bell beside it. This building is the home of the Copper Hill United Methodist Church.