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St. John's Men's Group Meeting

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In Hopkinton, St. John's TESTAMENT men's group, on 15 January 2014, at 7:30pm, will hear from the Reverend Christine Whittaker, retired. Her most recent assignment was as Rector of St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Holliston. Discussion will focus on the parallel tribulations of Episcopalians and Catholics regarding improving church attendance trends.

New Traffic Pattern At High School Entrance

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In the interests of increased pedestrian and driver safety, a new traffic pattern will be established at the High School starting on the first school day after the holiday break. Beginning on Thursday, January 2nd, all vehicles entering the High School area (except school buses) will be routed to exit onto Hayden Rowe Street via the Hopkins driveway. This will eliminate the unsafe convergence of traffic from the High School, Middle School, and school bus parking area.

School Committee Budget Presentations

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In the month of January 2014, the School Committee will hold a series of regular meetings and special meetings for budget presentations. All meetings will be held on Thursday nights in the Middle School Cafeteria at 7:30 PM and will be broadcast live on HCAM-TV. The schedule is as follows:

High School Collecting Toys This Week For Children's Hospital

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The High School community is collecting new toys for Children's Hospital on behalf of a family of a current student who is gravely ill there. In lieu of anything, the family has requested that new toys and blankets be donated to the many children that Children's Hospital supports every year. Toys can be dropped off at the High School lobby up until Friday.

Hopkinton's Finest Thanks You

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Hopkinton Police Department wishes to thank both the individual and corporate sponsors who generously donated children’s toys to the 2013 Toys For Toys campaign. Hopkinton Police is proud to partner with the United States Marine Corps in order to make this campaign a success. This year, thanks to all of your generous donations, the Hopkinton Police Toys For Tots drop-off box was overflowing with toys three separate times, as seen in the photo of EMC employees dropping off toys.

Hopkinton Police wish all residents and businesses and a Happy and safe Holiday

ALL After School Activities Have Been Cancelled Today

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Afternoon Kindergarten, PreSchool and all after school activities cancelled today, December 17th

Due to the weather conditions afternoon PreSchool, Kindergarten, and ALL after school activities have been cancelled today, December 17th.

Troop 4 Scouts Will Pick Up Trees After Christmas

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The scouts pick up and recycle Christmas trees. They will be doing this on Saturday, January 4 and 11, 2014. Trees should be placed curbside by 9 am with the $10 fee in an envelope attached in a ziploc bag. Checks should be made payable to "Troop 4 Hopkinton".

To schedule a pickup, please go to www.trees.troop4hopkinton.org.

Thank you for your support of Troop 4 and Scouting in Hopkinton!

Hopkinton Boosters Boast a Successful 2013

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As you may know, the Hopkinton High School Athletics Booster Club is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which raises funds to help support all athletic teams with a range of items that may not be covered in the budget. To this end, we raise money through donations, school store and concession sales, March fundraiser as well as the annual Turkey Bowl alumni football game.

All School Events Canceled For Sunday

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Due to the current weather conditions and clean-up operations all events at Hopkinton Public Schools have been cancelled today, Sunday December 15th:

Hopkinton Police Chief Search Committee Update

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The Police Chief Search Committee is pleased to announce that it continues to make significant progress toward its goal of finding a permanent Chief for Hopkinton. The Committee’s activities to date have included a careful review of the credentials of a pool of twenty (20) qualified applicants, the completion of a phone screen with applicants of interest, and the completion of an extensive face-to-face screening with a narrowed-down field of 10 candidates. As a result, the Committee has determined that 5 candidates will be invited back to continue in the process.

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