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Video: HCAM News 9-25-2015

On this edition of HCAM news, Michael Macione lets you know what you can learn at this years Hopkinton Drug Lecture Series, we have responses to our question of the week and we get you up to date with Hillers Sports as the fall season is in full swing but first after 32 years of service to the Hopkinton Police department, the board of selectmen honored officer Pat O’ Brien as he gets set to enjoy retirement.

Become a Part of the “Dear Hopkinton” Project Before it’s Too Late!

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“Dear Hopkinton” is a town-wide photo project to celebrate Hopkinton’s 300th Anniversary. Modeled after the “Dear World” project created by Robert Fogarty “Dear Hopkinton” allows residents to share their special message about Hopkinton through a photograph. Residents may participate individually or as a group by writing personal notes to Hopkinton. These messages can be a personal statement, messages for our future generations, or something you love about our great town. The messages are written in black (erasable) marker on the subject’s arms and then creatively posed for the photo.

Hopkinton through Poetry: Celebrating 300 Years – Book Launch & Poetry Reading

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As part of the Hopkinton 300th anniversary celebration, Hopkinton residents Cheryl Perreault and Cynthia Franca are inviting the community to come and join the celebration of the newly published “Hopkinton Through Poetry: Celebrating 300 Years” Anthology of 36 local poets and writers sharing poems that state what they love about the town of Hopkinton.

Eighth Annual Haunted Trail Walk Fundraiser

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The Woodville Trailbusters 4H Club are hosting their annual Haunted Trail Walk Fundraiser on Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24 from 5:30-8:30 PM at 25 Winter Street in Hopkinton. The cost is $3 per child and $5 per adult. There will be popcorn, candied apples and cider. Admission includes a guided trail walk with dragons, pirates, pumpkins, a mad scientist, prisoners, spiders, minions and much more, a hay ride and games.

No drop-offs, please. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Woodville 4H Clubs Update

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The Woodville Trailbusters 4H Horse Club and Woodville Crafty Cats 4H Club finished up their summer by attending the three day fair in Westford. The members rode their horses in a three day show and had many entries in the static building: arts, crafts, needlepoint, photography, baking, canning, gardening, creative writing and many more categories.

@HopkintnWX Weather Update

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Beautiful 3 day weekend on tap! National Weather Service Frost Advisory in effect for Middlesex County, Sunday 2AM to 8AM

Unibank Donates $5000 to Hopkinton Middle School Courtyard Project

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WHITINSVILLE, MA – UniBank recently announced that a $5,000 donation has been made to the Hopkinton Middle School to support the “Sky’s the Limit Courtyard Project”: a grassroots community fundraising effort to transform the Hopkinton Middle School’s courtyard.

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Video: Milford Pee-Wee Football team is getting National Attention

The Milford Mighty Mites Pee-Wee football team is getting national attention over the below video. The video has appeared on Jimmy Fallon, Espn, National News Networks and just about every Boston news and sports outlet. During a play there was a little whip with a little nay-nay. The video has nearly 1 million hits on You Tube.

Google for Parents Workshop

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Need some help with Google? Have no idea how your students are using their devices? The HPS Educational Technology Team has created a workshop for parents to learn Google Basics so they can understand what their child is bringing home in a 1:1 environment -- and maybe even start “Going Google” themselves.

The Workshop will be held on October 14, 2015 from 6-7pm in the HHS Library

Abbie Benford Memorial Game

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The Hopkinton High School Field Hockey team will be hosting a game today, October 7th in memory of Abbie Benford.

The teams decided they wanted this game to be in memory of Abbie Benford and to raise funds for the KeepSmilin4Abbie Foundation. There will be baked goods, candy, drinks, Keep Smilin' bracelets, and shirts for sale. Stephen and Amy Benford will be our honored guests at the game.


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