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Big First Win for Boys Cross Country

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The Boys Cross Country team pulled off a big win in their first meet of the season against Westwood on Wednesday, September 4 with Hopkinton at 19 and Westwood at 44. Top three runners for Hopkinton were Kyle Driscoll, Evan Park, and Jack Cote.

According to Coach Fairbanks, the times were slow for a few reasons; 1) it was a 3.1 mile course which is longer than what the team is used to, 2) the Hillers didn't run until 5pm, 3) it was the first day of school, and 4) the course is easy to get lost on.

Volunteers Needed at H.A.L.T.

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The Hopkinton Area Land Trust is looking for volunteers. With almost 1,000
acres of land either owned or under Conservation Restriction protection, the
Trust needs you! The Trust is looking for volunteers in the following areas:

Football Fundraiser for B+ and LiveForEvan

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The Hopkinton Athletic Department is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a Fundraising Football Scrimmage on Friday, September 6th at 6:30 p.m.

We will asking for an admission/donation of $3 per student and $5 per adult for the game vs North Middlesex High School.
All of the proceeds from the game will be donated to local organizations named in honor of former Hopkinton High School students Evan Girardi and Tommy Weaver.

Youth Block Party September 27

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Activate Youth Ministry (AYM) will host its sixth annual Block Party for 6th-12th graders on Friday, Sept. 27, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Connect Community Church located at 280 Pleasant St. Ashland, MA 01721.

AYM host this free event every year to offer local kids in Ashland and surrounding towns a safe place to gather and have a great time.

Traffic Advisory for Jimmy Fund Walk

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On Sunday, September 8, 2013 thousands of individuals will walk the Boston Marathon route for the 25th Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk.

Walkers will start to arrive in Hopkinton at 5 AM and begin their “rolling-start” shortly afterwards. The walkers arrival and departure ending time is expected to be 8 AM.

Ash St. from Park St. to Main St., as well as Marathon Way will be detoured during this event.

Parking spaces on both sides of Main St. from Ash St. to Hayden Rowe St. will be coned off.

Invitation: Veterans Breakfast September 6

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Dear Vets and Friends:

Camaraderie, community, and chow will be at the Senior Center mess hall on Friday, 6 September 2013, at or before 0900 hours. Your Vets Breakfast will feature chipped beef as good as you will get. Bring friends who are veterans. Anyone with a transportation hardship should call Sally Almy before 4 September 2013.

Military Baseball

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Heroes can emerge from most anywhere. Two specific segments of American life have generated many popular heroes: professional baseball and the military. Think of the names that spring forth: Babe Ruth and Satchel Paige were nonpareil baseball players, George Patton and Audie Murphy were soldiers never to be forgotten. Moreover, there are certain heroes who are recognized in both baseball and the military.

HCAM News Top 5 for August 2013

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It's time for the top five HCAM News videos and stories for the month of August 2013!

New Posted Drop Off and Pick Up Lane at the Middle School

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Dear Parents:

Each student will receive a printed schedule tomorrow, the first day of school. With the exception of music and physical education classes, all related arts courses are offered on a trimester basis. Subsequently, students will be issued a new schedule each trimester. The schedule that students receive on the first day of school is for Trimester I.

Rep. Dykema to Hold Local Office Hours

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Continuing a tradition that began when she was first elected, Representative Dykema will holding her quarterly office hours in each of the four towns of the 8th Middlesex District next month.

“Being accessible to constituents was a pledge I made when I was first elected,” said Dykema. “I’ve learned so much from all those who have come to meet with me and I appreciate hearing their thoughts and ideas.”

Residents are encouraged to stop in to the office hours to share concerns, questions and opinions on state issues or simply to chat over a cup of coffee.

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