The Troy High School class of 1959 will be celebrating its 50th reunion this summer.  The class has also invited the classes of 1957 and 1958 to join them.  On Friday, August 14 the classes will enjoy a meal at The Grand View Inn and Resort in Jaffrey.  Cost of the meal is $35.00 tax and gratuities included (per person).  Social hour will begin at 6 PM with dinner commencing at 7 PM.  The Inn is the former Yateman's Farm . 


Being a volunteer is probably one of the most rewarding jobs you can have.  When you do a job from your heart - and not for a paycheck - there's a whole different feeling of accomplishment.  People who help others have higher self-esteems, feelings of worthiness and contentment with less.  All our volunteers at Helping Hand are cherished and valued.  They work hard and are committed.  We would urge you to join our team.  We need volunteers for almost every day.  We would train you and let you d


The club has elected officers for the coming year as follows:  President, Jennifer Nye, V. Pres. Jane Wright, Secretary, Jeanne Drugg, Treasurer, Nancy Nye, Lion Tamer, Ray Nye, And Tail Twister, Sandra Newcomb.

The club would like to thank Mac Landy, Jack Winner and Dennis Berard for so graciously helping us on the Antique Appraisal Day held on May 2nd.


“Let us with caution indulge the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion.  Reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle.”  – George Washington, 1st US President.     

Come celebrate Catholic Mass with Family, Friends and Neighbors, 11 AM Sundays at Immaculate Conception Church, 33 School St., Telephone # 352-3525.   


Come, have fun in the Son July 24th,—Friday before Troy Old Home Days 9 AM - 4 PM at Christ Lutheran Church in Troy.  Crafts, snacks, lunch, games, songs and bible stories.  Ages 3 years up thru 6th grade!!!  Sponsored by Christ  Lutheran Church. You must register at # 242-7283 no later than July 20th..


Summer Reading Program is in full swing!  Getting prizes for reading is super easy.  Sign-up, read an age appropriate book, get a prize (while supplies last).  It’s THAT simple.  Adults don’t worry, we’ve got a program for you too.  Everyone gets a Badger or Moose Smooch lip balm just for signing up!  There will be a regular storytime on Wednesdays with Sheila at 4:15 PM from July 1st to August 5th.  On Saturday, July 25th at 11am we’ll have the "Hot & Sticky" zoo program which will be held at Troy School.  It will feature the majestic Macaw,


Preschool sessions ended with the students singing and reciting to their families on Graduation Day.  Everyone was then entertained by the "Merry Music for Kids," presented by Miss Kay.  Special animal balloons were also created for the children.  Now that summer vacation is here, hopefully the students are continuing their love of reading.  We are looking forward to having some new students join our returning students for our fall programs.  Mrs. Kelly Fleuette is our new Director/ Teacher and is excited about teaching 3 and 4 yr.


Troy Conservation Commission's first Natural Resource Inventory Forum was coincidentally held on the last game of an incredible winning streak for the Red Sox. (Go Sox!)  The turnout was less than we had hoped for, however, we were happy to see those who came.  The strawberries and whipped cream, freshly squeezed lemonade and homemade cookies were fabulous!

Jeff Littleton of Moosewood Ecological conducted the Forum which included many maps of Troy.  We talked about places of natural resources in Troy and what areas we think are most important to conserve.  We all understand Troy needs some development to increase the tax base, but we want to know where that development should happen and where it shouldn't.  It's not too late to let us know what natural areas you consider to be most important in Troy.  Please stop by our booth on Old Home Day for a review of the first Forum and an invitation to the second Forum and to help judge the Photo Contest.
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