New Chamber of Commerce officers installed are (from l.): John Laudati, president; Mary Anne Guarco, past president; Todd Baily, director; Lindsay Allen, director; Annelise Hurley, director; Frank Schoenrock, treasurer; Kevin Riggott, director; Scott Riley, first vice president; Jamie Rice, second vice president, Brian Guarco, director; Bob Marx, director. Missing from photo are: Vicky Mosteanu, Meg Statile, Tim Baker, Kathy Ungerleider, and Tony Roda.
GMHS student Madeline Peling glazes a bowl made by fellow student Brian Boyle (not pictured) for the annual Empty Bowls fundraiser to be held in the high school commons area March 22, from 5-7 p.m. The event is hosted by the National Honor Society.
The Granby Chamber of Commerce honored Bob and Joy Marx of Landmark Tours and Cruises as their “Business Persons of the Year” and Tim and Deb Lenihan as their “Humanitarians of the Year” at its annual Awards Banquet and Annual Meeting on Feb. 7 at Hop Meadow Country Club in Simsbury.
Brian Guarco, a longtime Granby resident and owner of State Line Propane/Oil, has been elected Eastern Regional District Governor by UNICO National, the nation’s largest Italian-American service organization. Guarco will assist and consult with all UNICO districts and chapters in the eastern U.S. from New England to Florida.
Established in 1957, the Friends of Cossitt Library (FOC) is a group of volunteers devoted to the enrichment of library services, materials, and facilities at Cossitt Library. The members of the FOC generously dedicate their time to assisting with special events and celebrations at Cossitt, bringing books to local retirement villages, creating a holiday gift book program, and providing the coffee cart for library patrons.