The First Congregational Church of Granby invites you to a community-wide meal packaging event with the non-profit organization, Rise Against Hunger. The job in Granby is to raise the funds to cover the costs of meal ingredients and provide the volunteer labor needed to package the ingredients for 10,000 meals.
Tony Cappelli and his two daughters are raising a new puppy—Kiki, his fourth—for Guiding Eyes for the Blind. Lizzie, who is herself visually impaired and may someday require the assistance of a guide dog, is now applying to colleges, runs cross country and swims on her school
Eliza Florian (r) of Grass Roots Ice Cream and Deep Roots Street Food, talked to the Granby Women’s Breakfast Group in February about how she started her journey, which ended with opening two businesses in Granby Center.
Spring is coming, and with it all the joys of gardening. If you love to garden, but don’t have a sunny garden spot then the Granby Community Garden might be just the place for you. Our gardeners, from beginners to seasoned veterans, grow a wide variety of vegetables and flowers.
William Moomaw, Ph.D., a lead author of the 2007 Nobel-Peace-Prize-winning report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will discuss the ways that we in New England, can help mitigate climate change.
Connecticut Woodlands, the publication of the Connecticut Forest and Parks Association (CPTA), recently recognized Eric Lukingbeal for his service to the organization. Lukingbeal served as president for the past eight years and has been a member since 1997.