Public Forum on Elmwood Roof

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Are you ready for Special Town Meeting? Do you have questions about the Elmwood School Roof project? The Hopkinton Public Schools will present an informational public meeting regarding the Elmwood School roof on November 20, 2012 at 7:00 PM in the Elmwood School Library. There will be a short presentation followed by a question and answer session.

Remember, Special Town Meeting is Monday, November 26 and the Special Town Election is Monday, December 3, 2012. The Elmwood Roof requires approval at Special Town Meeting and at the ballot

There's Still Time to Donate - 14th Annual Turkey Drive

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Once again students at Hopkinton High School and the Middle School will be holding their Annual Turkey Drive to benefit families in Metrowest; all

Price Chopper Offers To-Go Holiday Dinners

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Price Chopper is offering a complete roasted turkey dinner with all of the fixings, available to go, this holiday season. Customers will have a choice between a 10-12 pound Plainville Farms full turkey or a 4-6 pound Plainville Farms turkey breast dinner with gravy, home-style herb dressing, cranberry sauce, real mashed potatoes, a dozen King’s Hawaiian or fresh in-store baked dinner rolls and an eight-inch apple or pumpkin pie. Both of these dinners are available for $64.99. Additional home-style side dishes are also available at an extra cost.

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Center School Students Donate "Sweets for Soldiers"

Several boxes full of leftover Halloween candy line the Center School hallway. But these sweet treats are not for the students to eat. Instead, they will be shipped off to soldiers across the world as part first grade teacher Christine Allen's "Sweets for Soldiers" project. Allen first got the idea for the project after reading a magazine article on ways to use extra Halloween candy and decided it would be a great educational experience for her class.

Elementary Principal's Forum Wednesday Night

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On Wednesday, November 14 from 7:00 - 8:30PM in the Hopkins Library, the principals from Hopkinton's elementary schools, Greg Martineau, David Ljungberg, and Chris Kennedy will host an interactive discussion on “Educating the Whole Child” . It will be a unique opportunity to ask questions and voice concerns in a small venue.

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Veterans Day in Hopkinton

Hopkinton honored its veterans as well as the sacrifices that all veterans have made during a Veterans' Day ceremony at Town Hall. The commemoration, which is always held on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, gave Hopkinton Town officials and residents of all ages an opportunity to personally thank and honor the veterans in attendance, as well as remember those who have passed away. Later that evening, the Veterans Celebration Committee hosted a dinner at the Rod and Gun Club. The annual event, which was started approximately 12 years ago, gives veterans and other community members a chance to connect and share stories with each other.

More photos from the Town Hall ceremony can be viewed on the HCAM photo website Scene in Hopkinton.

Notice Regarding Resident Sand Pile at DPW Yard

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From Highway Manager Mike Mansir:

I would like to remind Hopkinton residents that are coming into the DPW yard to pick up resident sand to use caution when entering and exiting the property. Over the last few years we have noticed an increase in the number of residents taking advantage of this service and have noticed motorists driving too fast while entering & exiting our facility. There have been several close calls between our equipment and residents vehicles.

Applications for Boston Marathon Invitational Applications Due This Friday

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In accordance with Section 2 of the Hopkinton Marathon Policy, the Board of Selectmen invites applications for the upcoming 2013 Boston Marathon in the following manner:

Seventeen (17) invitational applications will be distributed to qualified organizations through a lottery that will take place at a special Board of Selectmen meeting on Tuesday, November 20, 2013. In order to qualify for the lottery, an organization must fit one of three category descriptions outlined in the Town’s Marathon Policy, namely:

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Hopkins Students Honor Veterans

Hopkins students did their part to learn about and honor those who served our country during a November 9th Veterans' Day assembly.

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HCAM Insider: What's Playing this Week on HCAM?

Hello, everyone, and welcome to another HCAM Insider!

On Monday, November 12 at 7:00 PM, Jackson Gillman, also known as the Stand Up Chameleon, wows the crowd with his sign language and motion during this filmed performance of his storytelling and songs as we replay an episode of Wake Up and Smell the Poetry.


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