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"Virtual Reality - Real Danger" Now Online

The presentation of "Virtual Reality - Real Danger" by the Hopkinton Public Schools Wellness Committee is now available online. Click Here to watch the full program. For a preview of the program,watch the HCAM News video below.

The program will also air on HCAM-TV (Comcast 8 and Verizon 31) and HCAM-ED (Comcast 96 and Verizon 31). Check the schedules for both channels for dates and times.

Elementary Chef Trek Program Coming to Elmwood

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From Whitsons Culinary Group - the Elmwood School dining services provider;

Dear Parent:
As your school dining services provider, we are aware of the
importance of promoting healthy eating habits from a young age.
With this in mind, we are pleased to introduce the Elementary Chef
Trek Program. This is a unique nutrition education program
developed by Whitsons in order to introduce crisp flavorful fruits and
vegetables to young palettes and create life-long, healthy eating
habits.

Barbara Kessler Teaching HCA Class

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Renowned folk singer, songwriter, and former HCA Open Mic hostess Barbara Kessler will be teaching an Open Mic Workshop for teenagers (grades 9 -12) at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts this spring. The eight-week course, which begins on April 11 from 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., will focus on vocal and instrumental performance, song selection, stage presence, mic techniques and more. “This will be like a master class round table, where students will perform for each other and share their critiques,” Kessler said. “We want to give everyone a moment to shine.”

Hopkins School 5th Grade Talent Show

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Come join us for a fun night at the Hopkins School 5th Grade Talent Show on Friday, March 1 at 7PM in the Middle School Auditorium. The show is being put on by 5th graders and features 30 exciting acts including magic, hula hooping, comedy and more! The proceeds will benefit the Hopkins School Community Garden and Bay Head Elementary School.

Planning Board Public Hearing - Hunter's Ridge Permit Granted

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The Planning Board voted to approve a special permit for a subdivision plan for Hunter’s Ridge off of South Mill Street. The plan includes 19 lots, a loop road, and about 38 acres donated to Open Space. The plan was presented by Ron Nation, Peter Lavoie, and Larry Greene.

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Signing Day at Hopkinton High

Traditionally, on the first Wednesday in February, high school athletes from across the United States have their irst opportunity to sign a National Letter of Intent, committing them to the college in which they intend on playing their sport. And in Hopkinton it was no different, as soccer stars Leah Holmes and Meghan Beidleman committed to collegiate athletic programs as well. Both girls will play Division I soccer, with Holmes continuing her career at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, and with Beidleman attending High Point University in North Carolina.

Both girls say that they will miss playing soccer for the Hillers, but are excited for the future. Watch the HCAM News video below for more!

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Author Michael Tougias Visits the Hopkinton Public Library

Imagine being trapped in a sailboat in the ocean during the middle of a hurricane, not knowing if you will ever be rescued? That is the subject of author Michael Tougias's book "A Storm too Soon" based on the true story of a 2007 Coast Guard rescue off the Gulf Stream. The book recounts the harrowing experiences of three sailors JP, Ben, and Rudy, who set off from Florida to cross the Atlantic in a 45 foot sailboat. The book's title refers to the fact that the three left in May, one month before the start of hurricane season.

Tougias was at the Hopkinton Public Library on Wednesday, February 6 for a presentation about his book. Before leaving, he also signed a book spine for the Heritage Quilt Project.

"A Storm too Soon" as well as many of Tougias's other books are available at the library to take out or can be purchased at major bookstores or online. Recently, Disney picked up the rights to his book "The Finest Hours" and he currently is working on a book about the sinking of the HMS Bounty during Hurricane Sandy.

High School Report Cards Available Tomorrow

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In an email to parents, Hopkinton High School Interim Principal Evan Bishop advised that due to the recent school cancellations due to Nemo, reports will not be available on iPass until Tuesday, February 12 at 5PM.

Temporary Director Wanted

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Town of Hopkinton Seeks Temporary Park and Recreation Director - The Director will be responsible for performing a variety of professional and administrative work in planning, developing, scheduling and implementing year-round park and recreation activities.

Public Safety Advisory: Potential Roof Collapses

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Today brings a forecast for warm weather and rain. A major concern is the combination of rain and snow load on roofs. Below is a message from Fire Chief Ken Clark:

The February 8th winter storm that hit Massachusetts presents a variety of challenges. As we approach the new week, it is anticipated that warm temperatures and rainfall may blanket portions of Massachusetts. With the recent heavy snowfall, rain will increase the weight of snow on roofs throughout the Commonwealth. Fire and building services need to plan for the onset of storm related issues.

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