The Hopkinton Education Foundation Annual Golf Ball Drop

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The Hopkinton Education Foundation is once again holding its annual Golf Ball Drop on Thursday, June 9th to raise funds that will support grants for Hopkinton teachers and other school professionals.

One thousand golf balls will be dropped from a hot air balloon provided by event sponsor Re/Max Executive Realty. Each ball will have a number that corresponds with the one given to the person who “buys” that ball.

Register Now for Sharon Timlin 5K Road Race

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The 8th Annual Sharon Timlin 5K Road Race will be held Saturday, June 18, 2011. Online registration is open now! The 2011 race is limited to 1,800 participants and spaces are filling up quickly. Register by midnight on June 14, 2011.

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A Hop, Skip and A Jump Down Memory Lane

Talk a walk down memory lane with long time Hopkinton resident Paul Annunziata. The HCAM produced movie "A Hop, Skip and a Jump Down Memory Lane", starring Annunziata and Adult Services Librarian Susan Marshall will be back for a second showing at the Senior Center on Thursday, June 9th at 1PM.

The short film is all about growing up in downtown Hopkinton during the 1950s and 60s and recalls Paul's days as a child on Main Street.

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Hopkinton Heroes Recognized

This year the HPTA received thirteen essays in their 4th Annual Hopkinton Heroes Essay contest and the judges were so moved by all of the essays, and by the extraordinary efforts of the heroes, that all thirteen were recognized.

Scenes from Memorial Day

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Hopkinton celebrated Memorial Day with lots of ceremony. Check out the great photos from Staff Photographer Dick Barlett that capture the day's events at Scene in Hopkinton.

May 2011 Shoot Photos

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Now you can see all of our photos for the month of May at Scene in Hopkinton. What happened in Hopkinton in May? The town election, Relay for Life, Junior Prom, Grand March and more. It was a busy month....Pictures tell the story.

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Construction Career Day

Over 1,000 students from school districts across the state participated in the Massachusetts Construction Career Day held at the New England Laborers' Training Center in Hopkinton in May.

The goal of the two day program is to expose high school students to the opportunities available in the construction field, to give them a taste of the skills they will need to enter the profession and to give them a taste of the skills that they will learn if they choose a construction career.

Memorial Day Events in Hopkinton

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On Monday, May 30, 2011, Hopkinton will hold its annual Memorial Day commemorative events. At the town’s nine military veteran memorial locations, wreaths will be placed, prayers and readings will be read and echo bugle taps will be played. A parade from Mayhew Street to the Town Common will include veterans, boy scouts, girl scouts, brownies, cub scouts, police, fire department, and others. Events at the Gazebo will include short speeches, the band and other tributes to the members of our armed forces both alive and departed.

Photos from Post Prom Party

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Check out some photos from the post prom party! The theme of last night's event was "A Night at the Grammy's". You won't recognize the high school gym and cafeteria areas. Visit Scene in Hopkinton

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Meet Zachary Ritterbusch, a National Reflections Winner

Reflections is a national, arts-based program that encourages students to express their creativity across a theme and through a variety of venues. This years' theme was "Together We Can." The program competition begins at the local level with winners moving onto state and then the final, national level.


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