Veterans Wall of Honor
The Council on Aging in Groton is proud of our veterans and will display that pride by building a Wall of Honor at the center with all of Groton's beloved veterans. If you are a spouse or a child of a veteran, we would love to hear from you about your loved one who served. We are collecting stories and pictures of service memories.
Please feel free to mail them to 163 West Main St., Groton, MA 01450, drop them at the center or email them to email@example.com.
Information may include name, rank, branch, dates served, where did you serve and sharing a memory or two. All pictures will be returned as requested.
For information please call the senior center, 978-448-1170.
Long-term care: Myths, facts and options
Groton Council on Aging is hosting a public forum, Exploring your long-term care choices: Myths, facts and options, on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 6:30 p.m. at the Groton Senior Center.
Trying to maneuver the path of long-term care can be overwhelming and confusing. Planning ahead can help alleviate much of the anxiety by eliminating the fallacies and providing valuable and accurate information.
Join our professional panel as we provide you the tools necessary to begin this process. This program is for those that want to plan, "just in case" and for the adult children who feel they would benefit from planning ahead for themselves or their parents.
Our panel includes: Nancy Catalini Chew, Elder Law and Estate Attorney; Kathleen Hubbard, Business Development Manager. Nashoba Associated Boards of Health & Nashoba Nursing Service & Hospice; Robert Johnson, Groton's Veterans' Service Officer; Margaret Perras, Senior Director of Marketing, Rivercourt; Suzanne Roberts, LCSW, Cooperative Elder Services; and Kathy Shelp, facilitator, Groton Council on Aging director.
Please call the senior center for more information at 978-448-1170.