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Planning Board Debate Wednesday May 10th at the HCAM Studios

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On Wednesday May 10th at 7pm there will be a Planning Board Candidates Debate live at the HCAM studios at 77 Main St. The debate will air live on HCAM (Comcast Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or feel free to join the studio audience.

Panelists Include: Tom Nappi (HCAM), Michelle Murdock (Hopkinton Independent) and Jim Kleinkauf (Hopkinton Independent)

Hopkinton Police Fishing Derby Saturday May 13th

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Hopkinton Police Association
Annual Fishing Derby
Free To All Children Ages 15 & Under
Hopkinton Sportsman's Club
Rain or Shine

MAY 13th
9AM -12 Noon

Tee-Shirts
Hot Dogs & Hamburgers
Trophies and Prizes

To register you child please call the Hopkinton Police @ 508 435-4112

Single Again Meeting May 19 to Focus on May Baskets for Seniors

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The May Single Again meeting being held at 7:00 p.m. on May 19 will focus on creating May baskets for the Hopkinton Senior Center. The Single Again meeting is open to the public and will take place at the Parish Hall of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 61 Wood Street in Hopkinton.

Single Again is a support group for people who, though divorce, death, or other circumstances, are single again. It is not a dating group, and while it is a faith-based ministry of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, it is open to everyone.

Camp Bailout Summer Program to be Held for 7th Consecutive Year

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In coalition with the Ashland Fire Department and the Ashland Board of Selectmen, Camp Bailout Summer Program will be held, for the seventh consecutive year, July 10-14, 2017.

Camp Bailout is a week long program designed to educate young women on firefighting and emergency service skills, in a dynamic and fun environment. The week long curriculum is interactive and physically challenging, where the girls will gain strength and knowledge while building confidence and leadership skills.

Artist Talk, Demo and Exhibition with Elizabeth Ricketson

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Artist Elizabeth Ricketson will present an artist talk and demo Contemporary Art: Freedom and Exploration of Style, Shape and Color. A body of Elizabeth’s latest work, Freedom and Exploration of Style, Shape and Color, will be on display at the HCA between 5/18/2017 – 6/14/2017.

Hopkinton Women's Club Present Annual Awards

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The Hopkinton Women's Club Annual Awards Luncheon was held on April 26, 2017 at the Hopkinton Country Club.

The Hopkinton Women's Club Annual Awards recipients are: MassSTAR recipient: Justin Normandeau, Junior Honor Girl: Emily Dembinski, Senior Honor Girl: Colette Fritsche, and Mary McDonough Community Service Award: Clare Wu.

Hopkinton Education Foundation Boston Marathon Recap

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The sun was shining, the High School was filled with runners and the anticipation was building. The months of prep had led Bill Goebel of Westborough to that moment at 11:15 when the gun went off and he began the 26.2 mile run that he had been waiting for; his first Boston Marathon in support of the Hopkinton Education Foundation. "The crowd support was amazing and like nothing I've experienced before and am still amazed that I could run for 26 miles and kept my hand up hig h fiving people the entire way."

Boston Music Award Winner Ellis Paul in Concert at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) presents master songwriter
and storyteller Ellis Paul in concert on Saturday, May 13 at 8 p.m. Paul is an American folk musician and
traveling songwriter with 5,000 shows and 25 years of road miles under his wheels. He's produced 20
albums of his own music, written songs for Grammy winners, had songs on television and in movies and
has written books for adults and children. His songwriting retreats and classes are well regarded for

Hopkinton Annual Town Meeting May 2nd 2017 Day 2 Updates

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View the Special town meeting on HCAM or online here:.

Article 39: Sign Bylaw - Passed
-Only allows for signs on first floor of building.
-Current signs that violate by-law of Article, Grandfathered in.

Article 40: Public Consumption of Tetrahydrocannabinol - Passed
$100 fine rather than $300

Hopkinton Annual Town Meeting May 1st 2017 Day 1 Updates

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View the Special town meeting on HCAM or online here:.

Article 1: Acceptance of Town Reports- Passed

Article 2: Hopkinton Day - Passed

Article 3: FY 2017 Supplemental Appropriations - Passed

Article 4: FY 2017 Budget Transfers (No action recommended) - Passed

Article 5: Unoaid Bills from previous fiscal years - Passed

Article 6: Property Tax Exemption Increase - Passed

Article 7: Senior Tax Relief - Passed

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