Community

Registration Opens for B.A.A. 10K on May 8

contribute's picture

The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) today announced that registration for the B.A.A. 10K will begin at 10:00 a.m. ET on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. The B.A.A. 10K will be held at 8:00 a.m. ET on Sunday, June 23. Registration will be held online at www.baa.org and will be limited to 6,500 entrants. The cost to register is $55 (USD).

Supporting Scordino for School Committee

contribute's picture

My son John and his wife Brenda, their two school age girls and I have called Hopkinton home for over a dozen years. We are endorsing Ellen Scordino for School Committee for many reasons, but one primary reason is her promise to advocate for all taxpayers, not just simply the school centric.

Hopkinton Boys and Girls Track Now 8-0

michelle's picture

Another win for the Hopkinton Boys Track yesterday in their meet against Dover-Sherborn with several first place finishes: Shaun Palmer in the 400M and high hurdles, Patrick Levenson in the 1-Mile, Sean Webster in the 400M, James LeSuer in the 800M, Nick Gallagher in the 200M and Kyle Gilbreath in the 100M. Final score was Hopkinton 80, Dover-Sherborn 52.

2013 Town Meeting - First Night Summary

michelle's picture

Hopkinton’s 2013 Annual Town Meeting opened with a tribute to Town Clerk Ann Click who is retiring at the end of the current fiscal year after serving as Hopkinton’s Town Clerk for the past 16 years.

First up for vote was the consent agenda that dealt with Articles expected to have little or no discussion. The following articles were originally included in the consent agenda:

Women's Art Forum Presents "Finding Our Voices"

contribute's picture

The Women's Art Forum program is hosting a group program on Thursday, May 9th, with recording artist/singer-songwriter Barbara Kessler at her barn studio that will include an evening workshop on voice and sound- making, song-singing and other good, fun and relaxing ways of releasing the beautiful noise and music we have within!

"A fun night to gather, relax, unwind, talk about using our voices in the world, try a little sound-making together, talk about using our breath, practice some yogic breathing and maybe even sing a little and laugh a little too," says Cheryl Perreault.

Relay for Life Fundraiser at Bill's Pizza May 7

contribute's picture

The Pink Warriors Relay for Life Team is holding fundraiser on Tuesday, May 7 from 5-8PM at Bill's Pizza. Ten percent (10%) of sales will be donated by Bill's PIzza to Relay for Life, but make sure you let them know that you are there for the fundraiser. To date, the team has raised a total of $715 and is working towards their goal of $3,000.

When: Tuesday May 7
Any time from 5-8 PM
Where: Bills Pizza
Why: Bill’s will donate 10% of sales to Relay For Life

bCalm Power Yoga Raises Over $500,000 in Yoga Reaches Out New England Yogathon

contribute's picture

bCalm Power Yoga of Hopkinton participated in the 3rd Annual Yoga Reaches Out New England Yogathon on Sunday, April 28th at Gillette Stadium's Field House. The event, which brought together 1000 yogis from across New England, raised over $500,000 for Boston Children's Hospital, Children's Tumor Foundation and to develop a yoga program in Newtown, CT.

Stephanie's picture

Save the Day at Hopkinton High

For Emily Day, May 3 was her day. The high school senior, currently undergoing treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma, was at the cafeteria during lunch as fellow classmates and teachers chopped and buzzed-off their hair in support of her. The "Save the Day" fundraiser, which benefits the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, was organized by Wellness Teacher Diane Maillet.

Haircuts were provided by by Ann-Michele's Uptown Hair Design. And those willing to cut their hair included biology teacher Bryan King, School Resource Officer Phil Powers, who shaved both his signature mustache and head, physics teacher Liz Petruska, who cut off 10 inches of hair, and Junior David DerKinderen, who chopped off his long locks. And even Emily got into the action of lending a helping hand.

Also on sale at the fundraiser, "Save the Day" t-shirts and bracelets. A limited number are still available and can be purchased by contacting the High School. So far, Team Emily has raised over $4,000 in support of Dana Farber. And the team will be participating in a road race in June as well.

Palleiko Endorses Ritterbusch for School Committee

contribute's picture

Dear Editor,

I am happy to support Amy Ritterbusch for the School Committee.

I have known Amy for several years now and I continue to be impressed with her skills and work ethic. Amy has been actively involved in the schools for many years as a volunteer in school-related groups, through the HPTA and as a founder of the group Educate Hopkinton. She has already put in countless hours supporting the schools, and I am confident she will continue to work hard on behalf of all of us in her new role.

Pages

Subscribe to Community