Volunteers participate in 'Spring Work Day' at Subvets World War II memorial in Groton
Groton — Volunteers with the Subvets Memorial Committee participated in a "Spring Work Day" on Wednesday at the Subvets World War II Memorial East.
Former Groton City Mayor Marion Galbraith, who chairs the committee, said volunteers were working on planting annuals, general cleanup and flag inventory during the event at the memorial on Thames Street. They also planted 52 holly bushes at the location in honor of the 52 submarines of the US Navy that were lost in action during WWII.
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