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Video: Hopkinton Center for the Arts Lights Up Ceremony

At the Hopkinton Center for the Arts "Lights Up" opening night. Jim Cozzens was on the scene and talked to a number of guests in attendance at the Center for the Arts Opening night, "Lights Up" ceremony. Guests included; Co-Director of the HCA, Kelly Grill, Chamber of Commerce President Scott Richardson, Congressman Joe Kennedy, Board of Selectmen Chair Ben Palleiko, Project Builder Brian Gassett of Gassett Building Inc. as well as some of the many supporters behind the project.

Check out scenes from the exciting night below.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts Thanks You

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On behalf of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts, we’d like to thank the many local businesses and individuals who helped make our opening night gala a smashing success.

Hopkinton Garden Club Wreaths for Project Just Because

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This past Saturday, volunteers from the Hopkinton Garden Club decorated holiday wreaths for beneficiaries of the Hopkinton based charity Project Just Because. Approximately two dozen wreaths were assembled and delivered in time for Thanksgiving holiday distribution by Project Just Because to its program recipients. This annual wreath making program is one of several community projects sponsored by the Hopkinton Garden Club.

Hopkinton Selectmen Announce Final Fire Chief Candidates

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The Hopkinton Fire Chief Search Committee concluded its work last night by recommending two candidates to the Board of Selectman: Hopkinton Fire Department Deputy Chief Steve Slaman, and Framingham Fire Chief (and former Hopkinton Fire Chief) Gary Daugherty.

Current Chief Ken Clark plans to retire in January of 2016.

Representing the Search Committee were Selectman John Mosher, Town Manager Norman Khumalo, Human Resources Director Maria Casey, Newburyport Fire Chief Christopher LeClaire, and Personnel Committee Chairman Bob Levenson who served as Chair of the Committee.

HCAM's Annual Meeting 2015 - Be there!

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Are you HCAM Crew, a community non-profit member, or someone interested in Hopkinton's Television Station? Then you should come to our Annual Meeting, where you will learn what we have been up to, and what's coming up!

The meeting is Saturday, November 21, 2016 from 4-6 pm at our studios. Send Jim an email ([email protected]) and let me know you're coming.

I promise it'll be fun!

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Video: HCAM News 11-6-2015

On this edition of HCAM news, Hillers sports has a couple teams in the Fall post season and Hopkinton High School got dressed up for the annual Halloween costume contest but first after nearly 5 years of planning, fundraising and renovating, the Sky’s the limit Middle School courtyard officially opened. The courtyard will be used for theatrical and musical performances as well as class room and student activities. Here is the long awaited opening ceremony for the middle school courtyard.

Help Your Teen Stay Strong When Peers Put Pressure On

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Peer pressure is a real concern for parents, and it should be. Many teens say that if pressured by friends, they would do something they wouldn’t normally do.

To help your teen withstand peer pressure and do the “right” thing, you can:

17th Annual Turkey Drive

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This year the Turkey Drive is making it their goal is to provide meals for approximately 250 local families and they need your donations!

You can deliver donations to the following locations:
Monday November 16th
7-730am Middle School
2-300pm Middle School
330-5pm Elmwood School
3-4pm Hopkins School

Tuesday November 17th
7-730am Middle School
2-230pm High School
330-5pm Elmwood School
3-4pm Hopkins School

Hopkinton Police Station will be a Drop-off Location for Toys for Tots

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The Hopkinton Police Department is proud to announce that again this year we are partnering with the United States Marine Corps to be designated as a Toys for Tots drop-off location.

We ask any residents or businesses that can donate this year to please drop off an unwrapped toy in the collection box at the police station, 74 Main Street.

We thank you for your generous support and wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season.

Button Cell Battery Collection

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Bring your button cell batteries to the Hopkinton Senior Center to be recycled. The Senior Center is located at 28 Mayhew Street. Collection will take place Mondays through Thursdays from 8:30 AM-4:00 PM, and Fridays from 8:30 AM-2:00 PM.

All proceeds to benefit the Friends of Hopkinton Seniors, Inc.


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