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Video: EEE Threat Critical, New School Traffic Pattern on Hayden Rowe, Upcoming Bocce Challenge at Senior Center

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In the video below, see more about the critical EEE Mosquito threat in the Hopkinton area, new school traffic pattern at Hopkinton Middle and High School as well as information about the upcoming Hopkinton Senior Center open house and Bocce Challenge.

Community Notice: Hopkinton Family Day Time Change Due to EEE Threat

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The Friends of Hopkinton voted at its meeting on Tuesday, August 28, 2019, to change the time of the Saturday, September 14, 2019 Family Day event to 2 PM to 6 PM. The Fireworks show has been cancelled. President Ann Click, stated “this is in response to the EEE outbreak. However, in the Hopkinton tradition, Hopkinton Family Day on September 14 is still going to be a wonderful family event”.

ESL Theater Presents "Ghost Light Players"

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Dear Member of the Press,

Thank you for your interest in covering The Shoestring Festival, presented by Ghost Light Players, in partnership with Enter Stage Left Theater and the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.

We rely on local media outlets to get the word out about our various projects, and help us in our mission to offer a place for members of the MetroWest community to experience and enjoy the theatrical arts. This packet has been prepared to provide you information about this project, its team members, and our organization as a whole.

Video: Peter Mezitt talks Upcoming Blooms, Brews, BBQ Event

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The 3rd annual Blooms, Brews and BBQ event will take place at Weston Nurseries in Hopkinton on September 7th from 11am until 7pm. The event features entertainment, several food and beer vendors and has fun activities for all ages. Weston Nurseries President, Peter Mezitt talked about the upcoming event which raises money for the Jimmy Fund Walk. View more information about the event in the video below and here!.

Video: Select Board Recognizes Scouts Receiving Honors

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At Tuesdays Select Board meeting, proclamations were given to several Hopkinton Scouts who received accolades for their work in the community.

Girl Scouts, Emma Bograd and Mallory Peishoff of Troop #72233 recently received Girl Scout Gold Awards. Emma worked on a project to establish safety protocols and regulations for a dog park. Mallory Peishoff came up with a plan to better give access to all residents to Community music events.

Video: Keep Smilin 4 Abbie Hosts 6th Annual Field Hockey Event

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Keep Smilin 4 Abbie recently hosted their 6th annual Field Hockey event at Teamworks in Northborough. Hopkinton alumni and current players participated as well as several surrounding towns. The event drew a big turnout and raised a good amount of funds to help stop Anaphylaxis. View more about the organization at: www.keepsmilin4abbie.org and view scenes from the event in the video below.

Video: Interview with Lauren Anderson Fundraiser Hosts

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In the below video, I sat down with Kathy Kilduff and Curran Leahy-Lonigro to talk about the Lauren Anderson Memorial Fundraiser.

“A sparkle.” That is how people who knew Lauren Anderson would have described her. Lauren and her family – parents Riki and Bob and sisters Amy and Julie - moved to Hopkinton in 1983. They quickly embraced the advantages of living in a small, family-oriented town of what was then about 6,000 people.

Video: 2019 Hopkinton Health Department Wellness Fair

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This past Saturday, about 35 vendors were setup at the Town Common for the Hopkinton Health Department Wellness Fair. Hopkinton Health Director Shawn McAuliffe and his intern Caroline Cueva organized the event in partnership with the Parks & Recreation Commission as well as Hopkinton Youth & Family Services.

Some of the vendors at the event included: Baypath Humane Society, Snappy Dogs, Massage Therapy businesses and also a few health clubs. View scenes from the event in the video below.

Video: Hopkinton Police Host Annual National Night Out Event

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On Tuesday Night, the Hopkinton Police Department hosted their annual National Night out event. Police Departments throughout the country hosted the event to meet community members and show their various duties and equipment.

The event featured various activities for the kids, a meet and greet with the Police Department and complimentary Burgers and Hot Dogs. The Hopkinton community also got a firsthand look at the new Hopkinton K9 unit in action.

View scenes from the event below!

Small Town With a Big Heart: Lauren Anderson Memorial Fundraiser

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“A sparkle.” That is how people who knew Lauren Anderson would have described her. Lauren and her family – parents Riki and Bob and sisters Amy and Julie - moved to Hopkinton in 1983. They quickly embraced the advantages of living in a small, family-oriented town of what was then about 6,000 people.

LAUREN’S STORY
Lauren was five years old when she arrived in Hopkinton. According to her mother, Riki, from a young age, Lauren was always determined, set goals for herself and achieved those goals through perseverance.

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