Costume Donations Needed

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Halloween is fast approaching and the HPTA is looking for gently used Halloween costumes for their annual Halloween Costume Sale. The sale takes place on Saturday, October 15, from 12pm to 2pm at the Center School Cafeteria. Costumes start at $5.....

Donations can be dropped off in the marked bins at Colella's Supermarket, Elmwood School and at the Hopkinton Public Library.

For more information, contact Amy Watson at [email protected] or 508-544-2844.

Educate Hopkinton Fast Facts and Fall Survey

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Here's an update from Educate Hopkinton....

What was the most clicked link in Educate Hopkinton's email blast last week?
By far, it was the link to a map of the location of the proposed Milford casino, which would be nestled between Route 85 and Route 16 on the Hopkinton/Holliston side of Milford. You can find it in this blog posting:

What is the most visited page on the Educate Hopkinton website lately?

Ashland Man Charged In Terrorism Plot

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A 26-year-old Ashland man was arrested and charged on September 28 in connection with his plot to damage or destroy the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol, using large remote controlled aircraft filled with C-4 plastic explosives. Rezwan Ferdaus, a U.S. citizen, was also charged with attempting to provide material support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization, specifically to al Qaeda, in order to carry out attacks on U.S. soldiers stationed overseas.

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Arteriocyte CEO Don Brown Visits the Veterans' Breakfast

As part of their monthly breakfast at the Senior Center, Hopkinton's veterans were treated to a presentation by Arteriocyte CEO and Hopkinton resident Don Brown.

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Principal Geary Talks About the Pep Rally Changes

Watch the HCAM News interview with Principal Alyson Geary as she explains her rationale for the Pep Rally changes at Hopkinton High.

National Merit Scholarship Awards

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On September 26, Hopkinton High School Principal Alyson Geary announced that Max Vumbaca has been named a National Merit Semifinalist in the 2012 National Merit Scholarship Program. Jaclyn Foisy, Megan Fujiyoshi, Rebecca Govoni, Sarah Greizer, Benjamin Madany, Joseph McNulty, Abigail Perreault, Beverly Reynolds, and Olivia Turner have been named Commended Students in the program as well. These students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success.

From the National Merit Scholarship website:

Senate Adopts Spilka's Amendments to Protect Local Communities

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The Senate began debating the bill to expand gaming in the Commonwealth and during today’s session, two of Senator Karen Spilka’s (D-Ashland) amendments aimed at strengthening safeguards and providing additional protections for surrounding communities were adopted.

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Form a Team for the Run Around Hopkinton Marathon Relay on October 2

Watch the HCAM News video as Hopkinton resident Vicki Lary encourages residents participate in the upcoming Run Around Hopkinton Marathon Relay.

The Run Around Hopkinton Marathon Relay is a competitive race covering 26.2 miles, starting and ending at Hopkinton High School. The course traverses some of the town's most notable running spots, from the marathon start line to scenic Hopkinton State Park and many of the town's quiet wooded roads and trails.

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E.L. Harvey Celebrates 100th Anniversary

E.L. Harvey & Sons, the full service waste hauling, transfer, and scrap recycling operation, based in Westborough Massachusetts, kicked off the celebration of its 100th year in business on Wednesday, September 21st by holding a special event for its commercial customers.

The day was all about customer loyalty and appreciation and giving back to those who have helped the Harveys become leaders in innovative waste management services.

H.A.L.T. Annual Meeting September 25

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Formed in 1995 as a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving open space in Hopkinton, the Hopkinton Area Land Trust (H.A.L.T.) is now a member organization. Their first annual meeting is scheduled for Sunday, September 25, from 2pm to 4pm at the Hopkinton Fire Station Conference Room on the second floor.

“We re-branded the trust, came up with a new logo and we’re now a member organization,” said David Goldman, President.


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