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Drumrolls — July 2022

Madeleine McGee, GMHS 2019, graduated summa cum laude from Eastern Connecticut State University with a B.S. in health and physical education.

Safe Grad party art contest winners

The invitation design contest winners for the 2022 Granby Parents for a Safe Graduation grad party recipients from left: ART CAS leader Hollie Hecht, first place winner Erin Panella-Malley, second place winner Travis Jude Green, third place winner Emma Hansen.

AEP to hold benefit concert

Africa Education Partnership (AEP), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving communities in Nigeria, felt the sting of the global pandemic along with thousands of other organizations. A benefit concert scheduled in late March 2020 was cancelled as the country shut down and regrouped.

East Granby Public Library events

Drop-in Construction Zone: Every Tuesday in July, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the main conference room. For ages 4-12 years with caregiver. Drop-in and explore the building stations.

Memory Walk held

Mary’s Place, A Center for Grieving Children and Families, held its ninth annual Memory Walk, on May 15 at Northwest Park in Windsor.

In Town Focus

Membership in the Salmon Brook Historical Society, 208 Salmon Brook Street, offers many benefits including free tours, newsletters, annual dinner in April, Christmas house tour and Wassail party in December and the opportunity to learn and help preserve Granby history.

Public Works

Independence Day: Monday, July 4, is a holiday for Paine’s. All trash pickups will be delayed by one day for that week.

Browse & Borrow

Registration is required for many of the library’s programs. To register, follow the links on the library’s website, granby-ct.gov/library, or call the library at 860-844-5275. To learn more about upcoming programs, sign up for the library’s monthly eNewsletter in person, on the website or by phone.

American Legion and Grange retire U.S. flags

Granby American Legion Post #182 joined with Riverton Grange #169 for its Third Annual American Flag Retirement Ceremony recently with almost 30 participants aged 9 to 92 participating. This solemn ceremony, authorized by U.S. code title 36, section 176, states, “The Flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning.”

Safe Grad party art contest winners

The invitation design contest winners for the 2022 Granby Parents for a Safe Graduation grad party recipients from left: ART CAS leader Hollie Hecht, first place winner Erin Panella-Malley, second place winner Travis Jude Green, third place winner Emma Hansen.

AEP to hold benefit concert

Africa Education Partnership (AEP), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving communities in Nigeria, felt the sting of the global pandemic along with thousands of other organizations. A benefit concert scheduled in late March 2020 was cancelled as the country shut down and regrouped.

East Granby Public Library events

Drop-in Construction Zone: Every Tuesday in July, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the main conference room. For ages 4-12 years with caregiver. Drop-in and explore the building stations.

Memory Walk held

Mary’s Place, A Center for Grieving Children and Families, held its ninth annual Memory Walk, on May 15 at Northwest Park in Windsor.

In Town Focus

Membership in the Salmon Brook Historical Society, 208 Salmon Brook Street, offers many benefits including free tours, newsletters, annual dinner in April, Christmas house tour and Wassail party in December and the opportunity to learn and help preserve Granby history.

Public Works

Independence Day: Monday, July 4, is a holiday for Paine’s. All trash pickups will be delayed by one day for that week.

Browse & Borrow

Registration is required for many of the library’s programs. To register, follow the links on the library’s website, granby-ct.gov/library, or call the library at 860-844-5275. To learn more about upcoming programs, sign up for the library’s monthly eNewsletter in person, on the website or by phone.

American Legion and Grange retire U.S. flags

Granby American Legion Post #182 joined with Riverton Grange #169 for its Third Annual American Flag Retirement Ceremony recently with almost 30 participants aged 9 to 92 participating. This solemn ceremony, authorized by U.S. code title 36, section 176, states, “The Flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning.”

In Memory Of …

Hobbs, Ernest “Joe” John, 96, husband of the late Elizabeth “Betty” Joyce Hobbs, May 1