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Special Town Meeting Warrant for Monday October 26th

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A special town meeting will be held on Monday, October 26th at the Hopkinton High School Athletic Center (90 Hayden Rowe Street) between 7 and 11pm. Some of the major topics will include School Building Project and an indoor recreational facility / athletic center at Fruit Street.

You can see the full warrant in the attachment above.

Keep an Eye Out for a Missing Cat Named (Mayday)

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Our 8 year old female house-cat Mayday has been missing for one month. She is a small cat (8 lbs) with green eyes and a black tipped tail. She is probably quite skinny by now. We live on Stone Crossing so she could be in the vicinity of Carriage Hill/Hearthstone/Ash Street/Blueberry/Alprilla/Front/ Prestwick. She may appear as a dark cat when spotted outside. Mayday may have been last seen in Milford.

If you see her, please call or text 508-369-0960 any time of day. Our family appreciates your efforts!! Thank you!

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Video: Hopkinton 300th Anniversary Lumberjack Show

As part of the Hopkinton 300th Anniversary, a lumberjack show and demonstration took place at Field 13 behind Hopkinton High School. In the first video, host of the show Joe Regan talks about some of the events, in the 2nd video, you can see some HCAM news raw footage of some of the events.

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Video: Hopkinton Country Club Goes Hollywood to Raise Money for Charity

The Hopkinton Country Club charitable organization hosted their annual fundraising gala which helps support at risk youth and families. It was a Hollywood theme and featured a photo booth in addition to dinner and dancing. Guests arrived coming down a red carpet followed by a mock Oscars type interview.

Executive Director of the Hopkinton Country Club Charitable Organization Kelly Nowlin mentioned that the goal of the event was to raise $100,000. Two of the main organizations that the event raised funds for were "Mass Mentoring" and the "Mazie Mentoring Program". Mass Mentoring helps promote programs to strengthen adult-child relationships and the John Mazie program helps raise funds to help high school students "who face tremendous adversity on their path to success."

For more information about Mass Mentoring or to donate: http://massmentors.org/
For more information about Mazie Mentoring or to donate: http://www.mazie.org/

Check out the highlights of the fun filled event in the videos below!

Hopkinton Continues Search for New Fire Chief

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The Hopkinton Fire Department Chief Search Committee announced that it received eighteen applications for the Chief's position, nine of which were from out of state. "After a thorough review of each application, we have extended invitations for first round interviews to seven candidates," said Bob Levenson, Chair of the committee.

"We are very pleased with the quality of the candidates," said Chris LeClaire, the Newburyport, MA Fire Chief and a member of the committee.

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Video: Bocce Throwdown 2015

This year the Hopkinton Senior Center hosted the 2nd Annual Bocce Throwdown. Last year the Hopkinton Police Department led by the pinpoint Bocce Throwing of Chief Lee defeated the Seniors but this year the Hopkinton Fire Department got some revenge! Check out the highlights below.

Video 1: Bocce Throwdown Highlights

Video 2: Bocce Throwdown Full Broadcast

Unibank Offers Free Community Shred Day at Hopkinton Branch Nov 14th

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As part of its Hopkinton branch grand opening, UniBank will be offering a Community Shred Day at the branch located at 87 West Main Street in Hopkinton on Saturday, November 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. This event is FREE and open to the community.

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Video: HCAM News 10-2-2015

On this edition of HCAM news, we’ll tell you what the Dappers Movement is all about, Bay Path Humane Society held a grand opening for some new space and we talked to a number of volunteers and members of the Live 4 Evan organization at their 3rd annual 5k, but first Polyarts recently took place and HCAM news caught up with a number of the local vendors.

Gothic Ghost Tales at the Hopkinton Public Library

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Some of the most imaginative and original writers of ghost stories in the 20th century have been women. They helped create the modern ghost: a mixture of the old-fashioned Victorian gothic and science fiction. Rita Parisi from Waterfall Productions will present three ghost stories that probe the possibilities of other dimensions in time and human consciousness at the Hopkinton Public Library.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Special Town Meeting, the date has been changed from Monday, October 26 to Monday, November 9 at 6:30 PM.

Suitable for ages 10 and up.

Upton Woman's Club Hosting its Annual Fall Fair

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On November 7, from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM, the Upton Woman’s Club will hold its Annual Fall Fair at the Blackstone Regional Tech High School, 65 Pleasant St., Upton, MA.

Come, see, touch and get an opportunity to win the much talked about famous and beautiful Upton Woman’s Club Handmade Quilt. Select from numerous vendors offering a large variety of items for you and your home - for the holidays and beyond. Enjoy delicious food from the “Kountry Kafe’.” Take home some home-made canned and baked goods. You will enjoy the unique crafts and pre-owned treasures on display.

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