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03/28/2020

Drumrolls – April 2020

Kyle Keir graduated in May 2019 from Tulane University with a B.S. in management with double majors in finance and management and certificates in energy and entrepreneurial management specializations. Read the rest of the article on granbydrummer.com READ MORE.
03/28/2020

Town works through health crisis

What a change a month brings. I am thankful for the daily walks I take with my lovely wife in and about Granby. Reminds me how the world is larger than my phone and computer screens. Keeping any one perspective is hard with so many different issues. In town hall, focus on the budget, projects READ MORE.
03/28/2020

50th anniversary coverage

The Drummer continues to impress me with the town information it brings to readers. I read the beginning of your 50 year coverage of town events, budgets and economic information and will read the rest. Your dedicated volunteers are the glue that makes it possible. Read the rest of the article on granbydrummer.com READ MORE.
03/28/2020

Gran-bee canceled

In light of the unprecedented events surrounding the Coronovirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and the recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control that recommends cancellation or postponement of large public events, the Granby Education Foundation has made the difficult decision to cancel the Annual Gran-bee Trivia Contest scheduled for April 24. Read the rest of the READ MORE.
03/28/2020

GRANBY BOARD OF SELECTMEN MINUTES MARCH 2, 2020

Conservation Commission member Kent McCord, 135 Hungary Road, addressed the board with information on the Explore Granby Scavenger Hunt. This an event where residents hike to specific landmarks, take selfie photos at each of the five locations and submit the photos to the Conservation Commission after all locations have been visited. Read the rest of READ MORE.
03/28/2020

Lions donate pants at Kelly Lane

On a recent Friday evening, the Kelly Lane Primary School nurse put out a request for new or gently used pants for students in need at her school. There was especially a shortage of boys’ pants. Over that weekend, members of the newly chartered Northwestern Connecticut Cyber Lions and Leo Clubs raised funds to purchase READ MORE.

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