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Public Notice from Department of Youth and Family Services: Enjoy Prom & Graduation Season

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Enjoy Prom& Graduation Season
But remember, this can be both a wonderful time of year, as
well as a time of increased risk for teens. In fact, the highest
risk of first-time alcohol use occurs in the Prom& Graduation
season.

Here are some ways to keep your family safe:

• Talk openly about substance use with your teen. Be clear
that you do not want your teen to use alcohol or other
drugs. Talk about ways to have fun without drinking or
using drugs.

John Hancock Brings Boston Marathon Champions and Other Elite Kenyan Runners to Elmwood Elementary for Rally

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Roughly 500 children from the Elmwood Elementary School in Hopkinton will shout jambo (which means greetings in Swahili) when 2015 Boston Marathon women’s champion Caroline Rotich joins 2012 Boston Marathon men’s champion Wesley Korir and several other elite runners from Kenya as they arrive in the Elmwood Elementary School gym in Hopkinton on Thursday, April 13, 2017 at 10 a.m., for the annual pre-race rally.

Hopkinton Town Hall to Remain Closed Wednesday 4/12 due to flood

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Hopkinton Town Hall to remain closed Wednesday April 12th due to a flood that occurred Tuesday evening because of a burst pipe. Town Hall was evacuated and closed Tuesday at approximately 5:30pm. The below statement was released from the town.

Public Notice: All Town Hall Events Tuesday 4/11/2017 Cancelled due to Flooding

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At 5:31pm on Tuesday April 11th, 2017, the following notice was released from the Town of Hopkinton: "Due to an emergency (flooding), Hopkinton Town Hall is closed for the remainder of the day Tue 4/11/17. All scheduled meetings at Townhall including Board of Selectmen are canceled.

Update from Fire Chief is that flooding was caused by a broken water pipe.

Town Clerk has committed to accept voter registration until 8pm at Hopkinton Police Department.

Updates to follow."

Video: Hopkinton Relay for Life Update April 2017

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On March 29, a group of students who will be participating in the Relay for Life from Hopkinton High School went to Boston to attend the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s annual state lobby day. "This year, more than 2,800 Massachusetts kids will become new daily smokers. These youth advocates are working to change that." They met with lawmakers to urge support of a comprehensive tobacco control bill, which would, among other things, increase the legal age of sale of tobacco to 21.

St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church Holy Week Schedule

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ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST CATHOLIC CHURCH
20 CHURCH STREET, HOPKINTON
DAILY MASS
MONDAY – WEDNESDAY 9:00AM
HOLY THURSDAY
MASS OF THE LORD’S SUPPER 7:00PM
GOOD FRIDAY
ECUMENICAL SERVICE 12:00PM
THE LORD’S PASSION 3:00PM
THE LORD’S PASSION 7:00PM
HOLY SATURDAY*
CONFESSIONS 2:00-3:00PM
EASTER VIGIL MASS 8:00PM
EASTER SUNDAY*
EASTER SUNDAY MASS 8AM, 10AM & 11:45AM

Hopkinton Republican Caucus Results

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The Hopkinton Republican Town Committee held a Caucus on April 7, 2017 which nominated and endorsed candidates for the upcoming May 15th Town Election. This slate of candidates is especially well qualified and have years of public service to the people of Hopkinton. Five of the seven Republican candidates are current incumbents.

The Hopkinton Parent Teacher Association fundraising events for the 2016-2017 school year

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The Hopkinton Parent Teacher Association is excited to announce our fundraising events for the 2016-2017 school year. Our goal is to raise over $100,000 this year! We invite you to “Team Up for Education” by becoming a sponsor or donating an item or service. This year’s events include:
· Cinco de Mayo Concert – May 5

· Carnival – June 8-11

· One-Bid Auction – online via e-mail in the late Spring

Video: Legacy Farms North Road Officially Opened

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Legacy Farms Road North officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday April 6th. The Ceremony took place inside the Weston Nurseries Green house due to rain but thanks to a brief stoppage during the rain storm, town government leaders and contributers to the Legacy Farms development were able to cut the ribbon outside infront of the new road. View highlights of the ceremony below.

Members of the Hopkinton Police Department Biking 300 Miles to Raise Money for Law Enforcement Memorial

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Sgt. Aaron O'Neil, Det. William Burchard and Sgt. Van Raalten of the Hopkinton Police Department will once again be participating in the Police Unity Tour to raise funds for the Law Enforcement National Memorial in Washington, DC. This 4 day bike ride covers over 300 miles from Northern NJ to Washington, DC in May.

They are asking for community support in raising money and awareness of fallen officers. This year they will be riding in memory of Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr. and Massachusetts State Trooper Thomas L. Clardy.

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