Remembering, and celebrating, the life and legacy of Meri Goyette, Nashua’s preeminent champion of the arts
By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Jul 31, 2021
A portrait of Meri Goyette, longtime Nashua arts advocate and benefactor, whose new exhibit is on display in the front windows of The Telegraph.
Meri Goyette, holding a bouquet of flowers, listens to speakers at the dedication of a donated sculpture two years ago. Goyette, 95, passed last week.
Meri Goyette, with daughter Robin Whitman, blows a kiss to some of the participants in a drive-by "birthday parade" celebrating her 95th birthday in April. Goyette passed last week.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)
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