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The Champs are Welcomed Home!

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The Hopkinton Hiller Cheerleaders added another major trophy to the award case this past weekend, as the girls took home first place in the Dance & Spirit Championship in Orlando, FL. The National Champions received a well deserved escort down Main Street towards the high school and were celebrated with car horns and cheering. Be sure to tune in too HCAM News this Friday at 6pm and 10pm to hear and see more from the rolling rally.

HOPKINTON ASHLAND YOUTH FOOTBALL & CHEERLEADING REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

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Registration for the fall 2014 football and cheerleading season is now open on-line. Space is limited and is open to residents of both Hopkinton and Ashland for children currently in 1st through 7th grade (2nd through 8th grade in fall of 2014). Practice starts August 4th. For more information and to register go to www.hopkintonashlandayf.org or www.hopkintonashlandayc.org.

"Yah!!!… Shout it out…You have EVERY reason to be proud!

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The Hopkinton Hiller Cheerleaders put it all together This past weekend and came in Second Place in the New England “Spirit” Cheer Championship. This is the highest High School sponsored competition in New England. The very best come to this competition from all over New England’s six States. Hopkinton wasn’t intimidated and did not withdraw from the challenge. This fantastic group of young women went out on the mat today and arguably performed their best routine of the year.

Tee Off for the Library

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Try your hand at a round of mini-golf inside the Hopkinton Library!

Tickets: $5 per player at the door

Tee Times:
Friday, April 4 - 11am to 1pm (Toddler Time with plastic clubs) and 1pm to 8pm (Open Play for all ages)
Saturday, April 5 - 10am to 1pm (Open Play for all ages)

Ali Balster & Mara Power Raising Funds for Friends of Hopkinton SPEAC

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What makes these women special? Well, for starters, they’re both Moms and they are raising money for special education. The two have been training and fundraising for the past several months. Not an easy task considering the harsh winter and taking care of their (combined) five young children (ages 2-8).

It’s wonderful to see these women working together as a team, rather than two individual runners.

Be Aware, Runners are everywhere

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As we approach the Boston Marathon, runners are training on streets and running surfaces throughout the world. The Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce and the 26.2 Foundation, with help from the Hopkinton Parks & Recreation Commission, have made an extra effort to promote runners’ safety. To accomplish this, they will fund signs to be placed throughout the community to remind drivers that with the marathon close by there will be extra runners on the roadways.

Rachel Runs For Friend

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I am running the Boston Marathon this year for my dear friend, Kevin Bossart.

Kevin recently suffered cardiac arrest due to a prior existing heart condition - this occurrence left Kevin in a coma. Kevin has made a miraculous recovery that is astounding everyone, including his doctors!

Although, Kevin's road to recovery is just beginning. I am trying to raise $3000.00 for Kevin and his family to try and ease some of the financial strain that will soon be coming their way.

Hopkinton Public Library Foundation’s 26 Pledge March to the Marathon

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This year, Hopkinton Public Library Foundation has its largest Marathon team to date! But we still need YOU to help us March to the Marathon.

Now is your chance to become a part of Hopkinton history! From March 1st until Marathon Monday on April 21st, we're setting our own Marathon training challenge -- 26 new pledges supporting 1000 Homes for Hopkinton Library! YOU can meet this challenge by becoming 1 of the 1000 Homes for Hopkinton Library by pledging $1,000 toward the restoration, renovation and expansion of our most inclusive community asset.

Upper Charles Rail Trail Public Forum

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Dear Trail Friends,

We invite you to attend the 2014 Upper Charles Rail Trail Public Forum on Saturday, March 8th from 9:00 AM to noon at the Ashland Community Center at 162 West Union Street (Rte 135) in Ashland, MA.

The Upper Charles Rail Trail in Your Town – Connecting Our Communities is a forum of current status, future plans and benefits of a regional approach to rail trail developments. Meet and Greet will be from 9:00 to 9:30 AM.

Show Your Colors!

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Are you inspired by the Boston Marathon?

As part of 26.2 Desire to Inspire, decorate a running shoe cutout on March 13 at the Hopkinton Public Library and declare your inspiration! Artist Carrie Malandrino will provide materials for you to unleash your creativity.

8-12 graders can decorate at 12:30 PM. Ages 8 and up can decorate at 2:30 PM.

Please sign up at the library or email dkofron@hopkintonma.gov or smarshall@hopkintonma.gov.

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