Host Parents for International Students Needed

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Hopkinton High School needs host parents for its international student program. Next year will be the fourth year of the program. It has helped make our families, our school and Hopkinton more global and it funds extra high school monogramming, including the mandarin world language program.

Hosting is available to all adults with or without children living and/or working in Hopkinton. People host for a variety of reasons. Most want the cultural richness and human connection they give and receive by opening their homes and their lives to international teenagers.

Downsizing Workshop Offered at Golden Pond in June

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Downsize Your Home Upsize Your Life: A seminar on the decisions involved in downsizing your home will be offered at Golden Pond on Saturday, June 15.

Topics that will be covered include:

Scordino Vs. Ritterbusch on Eight Important Questions

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Hopkinton's Annual Town Election is Monday, May 20. Polls are open at the Middle School from 7AM to 8PM. If you are undecided who to vote for or would like additional information about each of the two candidates for School Committee, read on. HCAM News posed eight questions to both candidates and offers their responses below:

Questions to School Committee Candidates:

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Hopkins Community Garden Plants Something

Watch the HCAM News video as students at Hopkins School participate in Plant Something Day on May 15. With the donation of perennials by Weston Nurseries, the Hawk's Nest garden in beginning to grow.

Cestari Says Scordino Knows How to Get It Done

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Dear Editor:

I have been watching the School Committee race closely and was compelled to put pen to paper on a few issues for taxpayers to consider before they vote.

There have been whispers suggesting Ellen is too ‘busy’ to serve our town. Nonsense! We all know when something needs to be done, ask a busy person! Successful ‘busy’ people know how to prioritize, delegate and execute as appropriate. They know how to GET IT DONE.

Godspell Returns to ESL after 30 Years

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Many Day(s) by Day(s) have gone by since ESL Theater put on a production of Godspell. In fact, in has been 30 years.

In 1983, Enter Stage Left Theater was formed by Hopkinton high school students to bring community theater to the Hopkinton area. Its debut production of Godspell opened to great applause, and a theater company was born.

Touch-A-Truck May 19

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The 2013 Touch-A-Truck fundraiser to benefit the Hopkinton Public Library and sponsored by the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation will be on May 19 from 11:00 AM-2:00 PM in the Colella's parking lot. There will be service and construction vehicles, military cars, hotrods, train rides, and prizes. The first hour is horn free. Admission is $8.00 per child in advance, $10.00 at the event, and kids under 1 and adults are free. Tickets are available at the library or at Donate $10.00 for a Power Wheels drawing. All proceeds benefit the library.

Keep Milford Casino Free

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From Casino Free Milford:

A casino will never be built in Milford. It’s just not going to happen.

THE FACT IS THIS: Foxwoods is currently investing millions of dollars on consultants to design their development and determine the impact of their proposal on Milford. When reporting the amounts being spent by Foxwoods to Selectmen on May 6th, the Shefsky & Froelich attorney emphasized, “It shows they’re serious.”

Register Now for the 10th Annual Sharon Timlin 5K Race

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The 10th Annual Sharon Timlin Memorial 5K Road Race to Cure ALS will be held on Saturday, June 15, 2013 at Hopkinton High School. The 5K Online registration is open now! The 2013 race is limited to 1,800 participants and spaces fill up quickly.


  • USATF-certified 5K course with timed mile markers.
  • Professional finish line timing provided by RaceWire.


Hopkinton Garden Club Plant Sale

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The Hopkinton Garden Club Plant Sale is on Saturday, May 18 from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM on the Town Common. There will be Member garden plants, tomatoes, herbs, select hardy perennials from a local wholesaler, colorful ceramic pots, plant markers and gardening gloves for sale. All proceeds support town beautification, education, and conservation programs. The heavy rain date is Sunday, May 19 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.


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