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Cancer Care Items Needed for MLK Day of Giving Back

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In preparation for the Martin Luther King Day of Giving Back, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and Grace United Methodist Church will be collecting items for 100 Cancer Care packages at their shared facilities at 61 Wood Street in Hopkinton. Collection hours are Tuesdays – Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon, now through Thursday, January 17th.

Vets Breakfast Friday Jan 4

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Dear Vets and Friends:

The Senior Center mess hall will serve a special breakfast for Veterans on Friday, 4 January 2013, at or before 0900 hours. The menu is highlighted by chipped beef. For those on delicate diets, the beef is optional; there's lots of other good chow: eggs, bacon, hash, home fries, biscuits, and plenty of coffee. Invite your friends who don't receive this email.

Host Family for Swiss International Student Needed

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Program: Our international student program is thriving. We have thirteen students in well placed families this year and two first semester students are extending for the full year. We have three second semester students arriving in January. Two are already placed, however we need a family for a Swiss German 17 year old boy. Please consider this opportunity.

Support HHS: By hosting you'll also be contributing to our school and community. Tuition fees from international students help to support our language programs within the district.

Auditions for ESL Show Baby on January 2

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Enter Stage Left Theater will be hosting auditions for the musical Baby on January 2, 2013 at the HCA Farmhouse. Auditions are by appointment and can be scheduled by emailing Sandee Buckley at sandeezmail312@yahoo.com. Those auditioning are asked to come with a 32 bar cut Musical Theater piece, copies of sheet music for both themselves and the accompanist, and headshots and resumes. Songs from the show preferred if interested in a major role.

December 2012 "Shoot" Photos and Top 5 Albums

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What happened in Hopkinton during the month of December? From Caroling on the Common, to the Middle School production of Macbeth and all of Dick Bartlett's fire and accident photos, pictures tell the story. Click Here for all of our photos featured on "The Shoot" on the front page of our website for the month of December. Enjoy!

Our top five viewed albums for the month of December are listed below:

HCAM News Top 5 for 2012

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As 2012 draws to end, we always like to look back at our top stories, both in print and in video, for the year. What were our viewers watching? Once again, for the second year in a row, our most popular video was the story about Paul Annunziata's 1975 Plymouth Duster which he donated to Jay Leno's garage. While watched locally for its first year in our top 5, the HCAM News video of Paul's story was incorporated into a video produced by Leno for his garage website, once again making it our most viewed video of the year with a total of 1,777 views on the HCAM website online.

HCAM News Top 5 for December 2012

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It's time for the top five HCAM News videos and stories for the month of December 2012!

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2012: Year in Review from HCAM News

As 2012 comes to a close, it's safe to say that it was quite the year in Hopkinton. There were plenty of activities, events and annual traditions, some that have been around for over a decade, that brought the entire community together. Hopkinton also continued to grow this year with the development of Legacy Farms and the grand opening of several businesses in the newly constructed Hopkinton Square.

2012 was also a year of milestones. Sterling Hager was presented with the Golden Cane in February, after officially becoming Hopkinton's oldest resident at the age of 100. Physician Focus, an HCAM produced series which reaches about 2.5 million households nationally, taped its 100th episode in August. And April marked the 40th anniversary of women being allowed to run in the Boston Marathon. Several of the pioneering women joined WBZ Anchor Lisa Hughes in Hopkinton to reflect on their experiences. And as over twenty thousand runners from across the world started their journey in Hopkinton for 116th running of the Boston Marathon on a humid 80 degree day, we were reminded that just because it starts here doesn't mean it ends here. Kenyan Ambassador Elkanah Odembo received a honorary Hopkinton citizenship before joining in on all the festivities at Elmwood for the 20th annual Kenya Day. And Hopkinton artist Dustin Neece honored father and son duo Rick and Dick Hoyt's 30th year running the Marathon with a painting that honored the spirit of their inseparable bond. The Hoyt's were back in Hopkinton a few months later thanks to some ambitious Elmwood third graders. And Neece 's other painting "Honoring the Spirit", which captures the experiences of seven Hopkinton Iwo Jima Veterans, was honored at the State House in February. The Hoyt's message of" yes you can" reverberated throughout town with several teenagers and young adults making a difference in Hopkinton and beyond. We met a Boy Scout looking to earn his Eagle Scout ranking by helping Project Just Because collect clothes for teenagers, an aspiring actress with a message about the effects of bullying, and two Hopkinton High School grads making a difference in Africa.

It was also a big year in High School sports. In March, the Hillers cheerleaders competed in Nationals in Orlando, placing 6th in their division and winning the Sportsmanship Award. The girls also came in first at the TVL championships in October also taking home the Sportsmanship Award. The Boys and Girls Cross Country teams both won TVL titles this year as well and placed in the top fifteen at States. Hopkinton also made its way onto the statewide, national, and even international stage with its many contributions to the community at large. We watched and participated as Fox25 zipped into Hopkinton to take their morning show on the road. And we learned about Anna Gammal's journey to get to the London Olympics as a massage therapist. And as election season heated up, several political candidates were in town, including for a State Representative debate here at HCAM.

To see and read about any of these HCAM News stories in greater detail, plus hundreds more from the year, use the search button on the HCAM website, or vist our photo website Scene in Hopkinton.

Hopkinton Wrestlers Hoping to See Pink Thursday Night, 7PM in the Doyle Gym

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On Thursday January 3rd, Hopkinton Wrestling will dedicate its first home match to the memory of Linda Karner, an enthusiastic Hopkinton fan and wrestling mom who lost her battle with breast cancer this past year. Linda’s son Tom was a standout wrestler and Captain while competing for Hopkinton High School and his sister Jessie continues to manage the team with Coaches Tim Nelson and Corey Mills as she has for the past 7 years.

HCA “Writer’s Night Out” with Cheryl Perreault – Beginning January 4, 2013

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Writer/Spoken Word artist Cheryl Perreault will lead a monthly writing center for adults. Perreault who hosts "Wake Up and Smell the Poetry" at HCAM -TV and has a doctorate in education/psychology believes that everyone has a creative, deep- thinker and writer within and that many people would like to be writing...

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