Steve Marranzini was a longtime Lost Lake resident and supporter of the Groton Lakes Association. Steve served as Treasurer for many years. He also unselfishly gave of his time to work on other projects such as repair and maintenance of the weed harvester and researching the history of the lake, spending many hours pouring over old deeds.
A plaque in Steve’s memory will be unveiled during the rededication ceremony for Sargisson Beach Monday October 5th at 5 pm. If weather postpones, raindate is October 13th at 5 pm.
Hope to see many of Steve’s family, friends and neighbors there.
The Board of Selectmen and Sargisson Beach Committee of the Town of Groton, MA respectively invite committee members, volunteers, and residents to the re-dedication of Sargisson Beach on Monday October 5th, 2015 at 5PM. The event will recognize the hard work and support of the many committees, volunteers and individuals who have made restoring and re-opening the beach possible. In the event of inclement weather the rain date shall be Tuesday, October 13th at 5PM. Please park in the Sargisson Beach Parking Lot at 165 Whiley Road. The dedication will be recorded and rebroadcast on The Groton Channel( Channel 40 on FIOS / 191 on Charter ) Andrew Davis Sargisson Beach Committee
The boards were placed in the dam late this season to allow the completion of repairs to the shoreline of Sargisson Beach. Many residents have asked to extend the season by keeping the boards in two weeks longer. The Groton Lakes Association agreed and removal of the boards will begin October 25th. This will allow for enough time to bring lake level down to the winter level before any ice forms.
The Mountain Lakes Club and the Groton Lakes Association annual July 4th boat parade begins at Sargisson Beach at noon on Saturday. Everyone is welcome to participate. All watercraft welcome. If you cannot join us in the parade, cheer from the shore!