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Video: Gateway Green Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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Gateway Green was a donor funded project to plant trees, flowers and plants on the west main street median by the 495 exits in Hopkinton. The project was a success and will bring more beautiful scenery to one of the gateways of the town. The Gateway Green Committee planned and helped execute the project, the Committee was made up of: Ken Driscoll, Fin Perry, Peter Mezitt, Jeff Barnes, Scott Richardson and John Westerling.

Founders included: Weston Nurseries, Unibank, Paul Mastroianni. Planters Included: Perkin Elmer, Solect, Rosado & Sons

Video: 110 Grill is Open in Hopkinton!

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The 110 Grill officially opened in the new addition to the 1 Lumber Street plaza. Hopkinton is the 4th New England location for the 110 Grill. Currently 110 Grill is located in Berlin, MA, Chelmsford, MA and Nashua, NH. In the first video, view the ribbon cutting ceremony as the 110 Grill was welcomed by the Chair of the Metrowest Chamber of Commerce, Sean Kimball and President of Weston Nurseries, Peter Mezitt on behalf of the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce.In the 2nd video below, view the HCAM news segment highlighting the opening festivities.

Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce June 2016 Events

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Save the Dates:
Tuesday, June 21 at 8:30pm, Hopkinton Town Hall - Public Hearing on the renewal of the Town’s contract for recycling and solid waste removal.
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Town and Community
Gateway Green Celebration

Video: Blackstone Valley Wealth Management LLC. awards 2016 HHS graduate scholarship

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Blackstone Valley Wealth Management LLC. announced the recipient of their annual Hopkinton High School Scholarship. The scholarship is rewarded to a Hopkinton High School graduating senior who is pursuing a higher education and is a child in a single-parent home. This years recipient was Andrew Simi. Simi will be attending Umass-Amherst next year studying Operation and Information Management.

Networking Works! on June 9

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The Massachusetts Council of Aging (MCOA) is launching a new Regional Networking Group program right in your local area to support and assist people 50+ years old who are looking for a new job or guidance in transitioning into a new career direction. This program is open to any individual who resides in MA and is 50 years and older. Networking meetings will be held at the Hopkinton COA biweekly on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 9:00 AM through June 2016.

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Video: "The Spoon" is Open for Business!

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The locally famous "Golden Spoon" opened their doors in 1981 as a coffee shop and turned into a full service restaurant in 2001. The "Golden Spoon" became a Sunday morning tradition for many local residents.

Video: Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce: State of the Town Address

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The Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2016 State of the Town Address in the HCAM studios. Speakers included: Hopkinton Chamber President, Scott Richardson, Selectmen Vice-Chair, John Coutinho, Town Manager, Norman Khumalo and Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Cathy MacLeod and local business owner, Harold Nahigian.

Networking Works! on May 26

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The Massachusetts Council of Aging (MCOA) is launching a new Regional Networking Group program right in your local area to support and assist people 50+ years old who are looking for a new job or guidance in transitioning into a new career direction.

This program is open to any individual who resides in Massachusetts and is 50 years and older. Networking meetings will be held at the Hopkinton Council On Aging (COA) biweekly on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 9:00 AM through June 2016.

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Next Networking Works! on Thursday, May 12

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The Massachusetts Council of Aging (MCOA) is launching a new Regional Networking Group program right in your local area to support and assist people 50+ years old who are looking for a new job or guidance in transitioning into a new career direction.

Becoming an active member of your local Regional Networking Group program will provide you with a regularly scheduled and professional forum to develop new relationships and acquire critical skills to help you in your career transition.

Women for Women Discussion Group

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Are you interested in joining a discussion that includes women at all stages of their careers? Then head to the Hopkinton Public Library on Monday, May 23, 6:30 PM at 65 South Street. Whether you are just starting out, mid career, or heading into retirement; whether you work as a volunteer, are a full time parent, or work out of the home - talking with and mentoring each other has proven valuable for women. Modeled after the Lean In Circle program, this new group will support each of you in all phases of your life and career.

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