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St. Paul’s Friday Family Movie Night August 15

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HOPKINTON, MASS. (August 5, 2014) – Building on the success of its first Friday Family Movie Night, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will be hosting another Friday Family Movie Night on August 15 at 7:00 p.m. Parents are invited to bring their children to the St. Paul’s Parish Hall to enjoy an animated film about a fox and hound dog who try to preserve their friendship despite outside pressure to be enemies. (St. Paul’s licensing agreement prohibits mentioning the movie’s title; however that information is available by calling St.

Worcester Revolution of 1774

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Worcester, MA — July 28, 2014 — Worcester Revolution of 1774, a consortium of historical and cultural organizations, is planning a day-long festival of activities celebrating Worcester County’s role in starting the American Revolution. Programming will take place on September 7, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at various locations in and around Institute Park in Worcester, Massachusetts. The event is free, family oriented, and open to the public with activities for all ages.

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Video: Camp Bailout 6 Part News Series

Developed and led by Lieutenant Lyn Moraghan Camp Bailout is run by the professional women of the Fire Service from around the Metro-West who are dedicated to the advancement of education, professionalism and leadership to young women in fire and emergency services. The Camp gives students a taste of what it’s like to be a fire fighter or work in EMS Services.

In Part 1 of our Camp Bailout News series, the students learned about how search and rescue is conducted in a home.

In Part 2 of our Camp Bailout News series, the students conducted a mock home search and rescue.

In Part 3 of our Camp Bailout News series, the students learned about Fire and Rescue Services.

In Part 4 of our Camp Bailout News series, the students got a chance to talk to a UMASS memorial Life flight crew as they landed the helicopter at the Ashland Fire station.

In Part 5 of our Camp Bailout News series the students learned about the K9 Search and recue unit.

In Part 6 of our news series, Camp bailout came to a close on day 5 and the students had the chance to hear from new Ashland Police officer Stacy Kaiser as she talked about her time in training and her first few weeks on the force and then it was graduation time as the students received their certificates and Hopkinton’s own Devin Gross received the Chief William D. Kee award for her great effort in the camp.

National Night Out

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August 5, 2014 6:00pm to 9:00pm) Hopkinton Middle School

What is National Night Out?
National Night Out is an opportunity for community members of all ages to come together to strengthen neighborhood spirit, support local crime prevention, build police-community partnerships and just have fun! This is a national event happening in communities like ours.

What Does the Evening Include?
Hopkinton’s National Night Out has table exhibits, interactive safety demonstrations, food, live music, children’s games, face painting, bouncy house, dunk tank and more!

IRS Warns of Scams

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The Internal Revenue Service today warned consumers about a sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers, including recent immigrants, throughout the country. Victims are told they owe money to the IRS and it must be paid promptly through a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer. If the victim refuses to cooperate, they are then threatened with arrest, deportation or suspension of a business or driver's license. In many cases, the caller becomes hostile and insulting.

Conservation Commission Reviews Deneen Road, Tammer Lane and others

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The conservation commission met Monday, July 28th, to continue old hearings and hear new proposals of environmental significance in Hopkinton.

2nd Annual Evan Girardi 5k Run/Walk

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The Live4Evan community is pleased to host the 2nd Annual Evan Girardi 5k Run/Walk on Saturday, September 6th in Hopkinton, MA!

Register by July 31st and receive $5 off your registration fee. Simply log onto our website at www.live4evan.org to register and enter the promo code: evan2014

Shakespeare Under the Stars Returns

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Enter Stage Left Theater presents Much Ado About Nothing, the third installment of the Shakespeare Under the Stars series. Directed by Patrick Greeley, free performances take place outdoors at the Hopkinton Commons from Thursday, July 31 to Saturday, August 2. All performances start at 7:30PM.

Police Warn of Solicitors and Scams

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Recently, Hopkinton residents have contacted the Police Department regarding solicitors who have come to their residence. The Town of Hopkinton has a Solicitor By-law, Chapter 150: Door to Door Soliciting or Canvassing that controls the activities of private or corporate solicitors. This information can be found on the Town of Hopkinton website at http://www.hopkintonma.gov/home/government/documents/bylaws

Twirling Tutu Dance Academy

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Let’s Sing! DANCE! Act! presents Twirling Tutu Dance Academy, dance lessons for girls age 3-4. Lessons are Wednesdays from 2:00-2:45 PM at 1 Claflin Common starting on September 10. The cost is $250 for a 12 week session and includes a dance bag and tutu. Click here for more information.

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