Hopkinton Women's Club: A Year in Review

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Jane Anderson, our former president and now membership and hospitality committee chairwoman, wrote:

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Santa Visits the Hopkinton Public Library

A few weeks removed from his visit to Hopkinton at Caroling on the Common, Santa Claus made another appearance in town, this time at the library. Children's Librarian Denise Kofron, who invited Santa to join her for the annual holiday story time, read her favorite story "'Twas the Night Before Christmas". In the middle of her story, Santa appeared, and read one of his favorite stories, "The Polar Express", to the children.

After Santa's story, the kids lined up to meet Mr. Claus and tell him what they wanted for Christmas this year. Santa then gave them an early present.

In addition to hosting Santa, the library is also planning a few special children's events for January. Watch the HCAM News video below for details.

And as for Santa...he was back off to the North Pole for some last minute preparations for the big day.

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Video Highlights - Hiller Hockey - Hopkinton Vs. Holliston

Video highlights and wrap up of the Wednesday, December 19th game against Holliston.

Superintendent Search Finalists Announced

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At their December 20th meeting, the Hopkinton School Committee announced that the Superintendent Search Screening Committee has identified four candidates for further consideration by the School Committee for the position of Superintendent of Schools. The eleven member Screening Committee included representation from the School Committee, the Board of Selectmen, the district’s administrative office, building level administration, professional teaching staff, community representatives, and parents.

Donations for Alyson Geary

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The HPTA is taking donations from parents and members in honor of Alyson Geary. The Hopkinton High School principal will be leaving for a new job at the end of 2012. The HPTA would like to honor her years of service with a gift to the high school in her name. The gift to the HS will most likely be in the form of something associated with the Arts or Technology, both areas of passion for Alyson.

HCA Receives $7,500 Grant from the Foundation for MetroWest

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts is pleased to announce that it has received a $7,500 grant from the Foundation for MetroWest. The grant will fund after-school visual arts and music/theater programs for adolescents, and acting classes and art and lecture workshop series for seniors.

“We are delighted to be the recipient of this grant and thank the Foundation for MetroWest for their generosity,” said Kelly Grill, executive director of the HCA. “With this grant we are excited to be able to offer programs to two under served groups: seniors and adolescents.”

Moment of Silence for Newtown

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Dear Hopkinton Residents & Town Employees:

I am forwarding a message from Governor Patrick regarding a planned moment of silence at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow morning (12/21/2012) to remember the twenty-six lives that were lost last week in the unthinkable tragedy that occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT.

Please join the rest of our nation in this moment of silence in memory of the victims, their families and friends and their community.


Benjamin L. Palleiko, Chairman
Hopkinton Board of Selectmen

Hiller Hockey - Holliston 3, Hopkinton 1

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The Hillers took on cross town rival Holliston yesterday at Navin arena., Despite out shooting the Panthers 27-11, the Hillers came up on the short ended losing 3-1. Freshman Nikolai Saporoschetz scored his first Varisty goal from Matt Decina and Jordan Carroll on the power play. That was Carroll's 6th assist in 3 games. Nikolai almost had his second goal, but a quick whistle by the referee negated another power play goal. Hopkinton takes on Westwood Saturday night in Canton.

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Chamber of Commerce Presents Distinguished Service Awards

The Chamber of Commerce presented former selectmen Mary Pratt and Ron Clark and Reverend Dick Germaine with Distinguished Service Awards at their Annual Holiday Party on Thursday, December 13 at the Hopkinton Country Club. Watch the HCAM News video for highlights of the night's activities and watch as Clark, Germaine and Pratt are recognized for their long time contributions to Hopkinton.

Only 37 Trees Left - Get Yours Now!

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Hopkinton's Boy Scout Troop 1 has been selling Christmas trees at Colella's Supermarket since Thanksgiving weekend and will continue until supplies run out. At last count there were only 37 trees left. We may sell out before Saturday, so if you were planning to buy one, please don't delay.

The trees are the fragrant traditional New England Balsam Fir (up to 11 ft.) and the dark green, low-shedding, sturdy-branched Fraser Fir (up to 12 ft.). We accept payment for trees by cash or personal check only, no credit cards. There is a ATM machine at Colella's if needed.


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