Annual Golf Ball Drop and Balloon Rides Monday, June 2nd

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Please join us for the Education Foundation's Annual Golf Ball Drop fundraiser on Monday, June 2nd at 5:30pm, at Hopkins Elementary School.

Once again, we will be offering hot-air balloon rides, weather permitting, courtesy of ReMax Executive Realty.

Raffle tickets cost $10 each, or six for $50. The ball landing closest to, or in, the hole wins $1,000; furthest away wins $100.

Hillers Golf Tournament Fundraiser

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The 2014 Annual Hopkinton High School Golf Team Fundraiser will be held this year on August 11 at the Hopkinton Country Club. Registration begins at 12 PM with a 1 PM Shot Gun Start. Registration is $150 for single players, $600 for a team of four and $100 to sponsor a hole. The sign-up sheet is above. Contact Richard Bliss at with questions.

Annual Book and Plant Sale at the Senior Center

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Annual Book & Plant Sales
Books: May 12-15, 9-4 and May 16, 9-2
Plants: May 16th 9-2 and 17th 9-12

Hopkinton Senior Center
28 Mayhew Street
Sponsored by the Friends of the Hopkinton Seniors, Inc.

Planning Board Reviews Modifications to Verizon Building

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No vote was taken on a modification to the Verizon building at 35 Hayden Rowe Street during the Planning Board meeting on Monday, May 12. An addition at the front and rear of the site will include a generator and other mechanical equipment which the Planning Board requested to have expected noise levels for. Dennis Gray and Colleen Anderson from Gray Architects were present to represent Verizon.

Yogathon To Benefit Courtyard Project

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Yogathon to benefit Hopkinton Middle School’s “The Sky’s the Limit” Courtyard Project will be held on Sunday, May 18, 9:00am to 8pm

Hopkinton Receives Standard and Poor’s AAA Bond Rating Status

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The Town is most pleased to announce that on May 9, 2014, Standard and Poor’s assigned a AAA rating to its General Obligation Bonds. This upgrades the Town from an AA+ rating to the highest possible municipal bond rating. The new rating will allow the Town to borrow or bond at lower interest rates.

Hopkinton School Committee Strategic Plan Public Forum

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The Hopkinton School Committee in conjunction with the Superintendent, Steering Committee and Administrative Team has developed a new 5-year Strategic Plan to guide the work of the district. We are thankful for all of the public input gathered through public forums and survey data and are ready to share the results. The following dates have been selected to provide opportunity for public comment prior to the School Committee’s vote to accept the plan. We encourage you to attend so that your voice can be heard.

Forum dates, location and times are as listed below:

Watercolor Class with Lavonne Suwalski

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Watercolor class with Lavonne Suwalski will begin at the Senior Center on Wednesday, July 9 at 9:30 and meets for 6 weeks at a cost of $45 for the session. This is a great class for all abilities. Call 508-497-9730 to sign up.

Spilka Office Hours on May 16

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State Sen. Karen Spilka or members of her staff will be available for district office hours on Friday, May 16, in Hopkinton, Holliston and Ashland.

Constituents are invited to share their concerns, questions and policy priorities and hear updates on the latest news and events from the State House and in the district.

8 – 9 a.m. The Golden Spoon, 85 W. Main St., Hopkinton.
9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Coffee Haven, 76 Railroad St., Holliston.
11 a.m. – noon. Sunnyside Café, 24 Front St., Ashland.

Article 7: Fiscal 2015 Operating Budget Passes

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Article 7 at the Annual Town meeting asked; "To hear and act on reports and recommendations of the Appropriation Committee and to see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, borrow or otherwise provide, a sum or sums of money for the operation and maintenance of town departments for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and that such sums be expected for such purposes under the direction of the respective Town Officers, Boards and Committees."


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