SATURDAY OCTOBER 22, NOVEMBER 12, AND DECEMBER 3, 2016 are GRANBY YARD WASTE COLLECTION DATES at the Granby Highway Department 15 Crescent Street. From 9:00AM – 1:00PM Grass and Leaves are accepted. Brush will be chipped. For more information: Contact Cathy Leonard 467-7177 or visit the website and look for the Yard Waste Collection Flyer.
The First Congregational Church of Gray will hold their annual Holly Fair on Saturday, November 19th in the Parish House (behind McDonald’s) in Gray Center. Find an abundance of handmade gifts to please everyone on your list. If you are a crafter, you may find some new ideas! Purchase Cabot’s Private Stock cheddar, whoopee pies, freshly made wreaths or some of our delicious baked goods. Fill a can with cookies from the Cookie Trail or… Read more »
The Granby Preservation Society has a full schedule of events that will do everything from put you in touch with the ‘other side’, to provide some Halloween fright, to get you in the Christmas spirit. And it’s all to help support the Kellogg Hall restoration effort! On Sunday October 9, Hear Messages From The Other Side With Spiritual Medium LISA LANNO! The event is from 2-4pm at the Polish American Club 515 Granby Rd. South… Read more »
OTELCO is continuing its commitment to providing free computer training in the communities it serves. Classes scheduled for this fall will be located in Gray and Waterboro, Maine, and War, West Virginia. The class will cover topics such as operating systems, web searching, storing files, e-mailing, safety, etc. Please review the information below and register through the adult school in your community. In Waterboro, a six-week computer basics class is being offered at the Massabesic… Read more »
With the help of Corporate Sponsors and supporters, JDRF’s Northern New England Branch aims to raise $122,000 for critically needed type 1 diabetes research..JDRF One Walk will kick off its annual event in Saco, Maine on Sunday, September 18th at Thornton Academy / Eastern Trail (438 Main Street, Saco) to help fund critically needed type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The event, organized by JDRF Northern New England Branch, is expected to attract more than 500… Read more »