At an Italian Heritage presentation in March, the Granby UNICO chapter members were delighted as 92-year-old identical twin sisters Bambina Grimaldi and Virginia Valente talked about their family who immigrated from Pratola Peligna in Abruzzo, Italy.
In Granby, the American Legion Pancake Breakfast is synonymous with the opening day of fishing season—a maple-syrup-covered tradition anglers and breakfast lovers anticipate all year. On the second Saturday of April, you’ll find Jim Hall at the grill flipping the hundreds of pancakes served at the main fundraiser for the Shannon-Shattuck Post 182.
CT Valley Views, with host Susan Patricelli Regan, interviewed Bill Maisano and David Holman, residents of Guilford, who provided a candid overview of the issues facing parents and their children relative to the Board of Education stance on the town’s educational curriculum.
Sylvia Crunden has published her second book titled Bullying is Never Okay! that focuses on how children can deal with the issue of bullying. It teaches children how their body feels, the different emotions they feel and several ways to solve the problem of bullying.
This double rainbow over the Pease Family Preserve is a reminder to pause and give thanks to Bill and Jane Ann Pease, charter members of the Granby Land Trust, who looked out on this view for 60 years before their passing in 2013.
The Aquarion Water Company has announced the start of the 2022 mandatory sprinkler irrigation schedule for its customers in East Granby, Granby and Simsbury. The schedule helps to conserve water supplies by reducing overwatering of lawns and gardens.