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Baypath Humane Society: Sophie and Beau looking for a home

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Sophie and Beau are the sweetest little pair who are seeking a home together. You can't help but fall in love with these gentle souls. They adore new people and get along well with other dogs. Sophie is a clown whose antics will keep you laughing. She will leap up into your lap when you are sitting in a chair. When she’s extra happy she’ll “flip back her hair” and preen like a supermodel.

Kick-Off Summer with a Free Outdoor Concert BlondeDog Performs at Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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The Corbett Family Summer Kick-Off Concert featuring the band BlondeDog will take place on Friday, June 14 outdoors at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.

Prospective and Existing Scouts Invited to Family Fun Night on May 29th

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Cub Scout Packs 97 and 4 are recruiting together for Fall 2019! We have the following events that we were hoping you'd share with your reader/viewership:
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Come learn about Cub Scouts with Pack 97 and 4, we're looking for new scouts to join us this Fall:

May 10th: 6-8pm - Parent Info Night Drop-in, at Hopkinton Public Library in the main event room

High Tea at St. Paul’s on June 8

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Put on your fancy hats and white gloves and enjoy old-fashioned geniality at the special High Tea being held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church (61 Wood Street, Hopkinton) on Saturday, June 8 at 1:30 p.m. Finger sandwiches, cakes from Kati's Cakes, assorted soft drinks and, of course, tea, will be served at this exceptional event. The event is open to the public (formal dress is optional).

Sunday May 19th - A Busy Day for Hopkinton High School Music Students

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First, the High School Jazz Ensemble performs at Noon at the Boston Hatch Shell. This ensemble recently earned a Gold Medal at the MAJE State Festival. All are welcome to enjoy some great jazz!

Ashland Legion Baseball Post 77 Golf Tournament June 30th

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The Ashland Legion Post 77 Baseball golf tournament fundraiser will be held June 30 at Pinecrest Golf Club in Holliston. Registration and sign in will begin at 7:00AM and the shotgun start will begin at 7:45AM. The fee per player is $95, which includes a full round of golf with a golf cart, a meal afterwards, a mulligan, and an arms length of raffle tickets. For more information email: [email protected]

Friends of Whitehall Spring Clean-up May 4th 2019

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The Friends of Whitehall ‘s 14 th spring lake and trail clean-up will be held on Sat.
May 4th 2019 from 9 a.m. until 12 noon, rain or shine. Please come to the boat
landing/parking lot at Whitehall State Park on Wood St. (Rte. 135) to sign in and
be assigned an area of the trail or shoreline to clean up debris and the refuse
from the winter weather. We will also clean up some of the roadsides near the
lake. Gloves, trash bags, bug spray, tools, and water will be provided. Coffee and

Video: Baypath Humane Society Pet of the Week - Rockey

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Rockey is a 4 year old Male Domestic Shorthair Mix available for adoption at Baypath Humane Society. "If you're looking for the next heavyweight champion of your home, Rockey has entered the ring! Weighing in at almost 20lbs, Rockey is ready to ring your bell. This sweet boy loves to lounge around and clearly never turns his nose up at treats. He likes to circle your legs when you enter the room and twirl around for scratches. He may enjoy living with another lowkey cat, but is overall looking for an quiet, mature home to settle into. Please come meet him today!"

Protecting & Preserving Hopkinton’s Indigenous Ceremonial Stone Landscape, A workshop led by Doug Harris on May 11th

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This participatory workshop focuses on how to actively protect Indigenous Ceremonial Stone Landscapes (CSLs) in recognition of their cultural significance to the land and Tribes of the Northeast. Doug Harris, Deputy Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Narragansett Indian Tribal Historic Preservation Office, will lead the process. The workshop builds on the 2018 Let the Landscape Speak presentation, which introduced many townspeople to CSLs and how to identify them. The 2019 program will address how to protect and preserve identified sites with formal agreements.


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