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Woodville Baptist Church forming new group

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Laurel G. Coolbaugh, Pastor of the Woodville Baptist Church of Hopkinton, announces formation of Expectant Moms and Moms of Infants and Toddlers...Talk & Play! group.

The Church seeks to form a weekly or bi-monthly group where moms can meet for adult conversation and relationship while watching their toddlers play together in a safe environment. The Church's Sanctuary space can be wonderfully transformed during the week into a bright, sunny, and safe "sanctuary" of play for your young ones while you enjoy coffee and adult companionship at the same time.

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Gorman Richardson and Lewis Architects celebrate 35 years

On June 30th, 77 Main Street was bustling with activity, as the offices of Gorman Richardson and Lewis Architects celebrated 35 years of serving New England. Mike Gorman and Scott Richardson started the company in 1976. Some saw this as a risky business venture as the nation was currently in the midst of an economic recession. Over the years however, GRLA has established itself as one of the premiere architecture firms in New England, working on many prominent Hopkinton based projects including Legacy Farms and EMC. Watch the HCAM News video for more on the celebration.

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Horribles Parade 2011

On Monday July Fourth, members of the town of Hopkinton gathered on the Hopkinton Common to celebrate the annual Horribles Parade. A lot of work went into the celebration, as equestrians from the 4-H horse group prepared their horses and the fire and police departments decked out their cruisers and fire trucks in Independence Gear. When the parade began, enthusiastic citizens began spraying squirt guns and throwing water balloons at the passing vehicles. However, the riders of the trucks did not take the barrage lightly, and responded with water based armaments of their own. Members of the Equestrians threw out candy for the spectators, helping round off a good time for everyone who came to watch the parade.

Rep.Dykema Hosts Hopkinton Scouts at State House

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Representative Carolyn C. Dykema was pleased to host Girl Scout Troop 2227 from Hopkinton last week on Thursday June 23rd.

“One of the joys of being a legislator is seeing our young people’s enthusiasm for government and their desire to make a difference in our communities.” said Dykema. “I had a wonderful time speaking with such interested and engaged students.”

During their visit, the scouts were recognized in the chamber and held a mock session with Rep. Dykema to debate and vote on a pending bill. Members of Troop 2227 attending and shown in the attached photo are:

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Hopkinton Education Foundation Awards Presented

Watch the HCAM News video of the Hopkinton Education Foundation awards ceremony. Approximately $79,000 was given to nine applicants whose ideas best met the Foundation's criteria for innovation and positively impacting the Hopkinton Public Schools.

This year’s award recipients are:

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Become a Part of Take Care's Communal Album Art!

Watch the HCAM News video with Kyle Joseph of Take Care to learn how you can you can help support their second album and become part of their communal album art.

The Hopkinton based Take Care band was formed in the fall of 2008 when brothers Kyle and Dan, better known as DJ, Joseph began writing music together. Take Care has now been together for just over two years and produced their first album, Awakenasleep, in July of 2009.

Educate Hopkinton Formalizes its Structure and Applies for 501(c)(4) Status

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Educate Hopkinton (EH) has been a civic group in Hopkinton since 2007, organized by an informal Steering Committee, operating a website and mass email list at minimal cost. When the group began it had only 80 subscribers on its email list, but the number has grown over the years and EH now has over 440 subscribers. Email subscriptions are free and available to all Hopkinton residents and business owners regardless of their political views.

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Good Scout Award Goes to Herr and MacGregor

Watch the HCAM News video of the Good Scout Award ceremony held at the Hopkinton Country Club on June 8, 2011. More than 110 participants came to the reception to honor Brian Herr and Pete MacGregor, both exceptional community leaders and professionals. A special recognition was also presented to Colella’s Supermarket for their many years of service to the families of Hopkinton.

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Local Author Has Advice for Hopkins Students

Fifth grader Matt LaFlash shared something very special with his classmates at Hopkins School on Friday, June 3rd; his cousin, Eric Mateer. Mateer, a recent graduate of University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, made a special guest appearance to talk about his recently published children's book, Paint Me Terrified.

Mateer read a chapter from the book and answered questions from the students about how he wrote, illustrated and published his book. Students asked questions about how long it took to write to how he came up with the idea for the story.

HCAM News Tonight at 6PM

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Do you watch HCAM News? Do you know that we have a 1/2 hour newscast every Monday, Wednesday and Friday night at 6pm? HCAM News is the only local TV news...and we're all about Hopkinton. This week we have news from town hall on water and sewer rates, ice rinks and library trustees, video of the Hopkins Eggstravaganza and the HEF Golf Ball Drop and breaking news from Center School. So, it you haven't tuned in yet, turn to Comcast Channel 8 or Verizon Channel 30 on tonight at 6PM for the latest from Hopkinton's news station....HCAM-TV.

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