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Another Hopkinton Hero

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HCAM's Production Coordinator Mike Torosian is in the news today. Read the article from today's MetroWest Daily News that tells how Torosian, an Ashland firefighter who was off-duty, revived a Holliston woman at a local bar. As reported by the MetroWest Daily News, Fire Lt. Lyn Moraghan credited Torosian and the police officers for their quick action, which she said probably increased the woman's chance of survival significantly.

Join Hopkinton Cub Scouts!

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An information session will be held on Thursday, June 9 at 7:00-8:30pm at St John's Church Hall for boys entering grades 1-5 in Fall 2011. Parents and boys: Come learn about the fun and benefits of Cub Scouting. All three Hopkinton Cub Scout Packs will be represented. The presentation begins at 7:15pm, followed by a Q&A and chance to meet leaders from each pack. There are currently openings in all three Hopkinton Cub Scout Packs for boys entering First Grade in 2011, and various openings in each Pack for boys entering Second through Fifth Grades. This event is Informational –

Cable Advisory Committee Solicits Public Input On Comcast

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The Hopkinton Cable Advisory Committee (CAC), which represents the Board of Selectmen with regard to cable television licensing, invites the members of the public to attend its next public meeting on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at 7:00 pm at Town Hall, Room 211.

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Another Successful Relay for Life

On Friday night, as the dark clouds loomed overhead, Relay teams arrived at Hopkinton High for Hopkinton's 5th Annual Relay for Life. Tents went up, dinner was eaten and games were played as teams with names like the Peaceful Pandas, the Yankee Doodlers and the Purple Pink Polka Dotted Giraffes set up to begin their night long vigil to raise money for cancer research.

The rain held off as Co-chair Will Relle made his opening speech and members of the high school chorus sang the national anthem.

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Punky Reports from the Rummage Sale

The Senior Center's Rummage Sale took place over the weekend. This three day event is one of the largest and most important fundraisers for the Senior Center and helps to fund many of their programs. Listen as HCAM Reporter Punky Drawe reports from day one of the sale.

Good Scout Award-RSVP by June 1

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You are cordially invited to join your friends for the 2011 Hopkinton Good Scout Award reception to honor Brian Herr and Pete MacGregor, both exceptional community leaders and professionals. A special recognition will also be presented to Colella’s Supermarket for their many years of service to the families of Hopkinton.

Photos from Hopkinton's Relay for Life

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The rain held off for last night's Relay for Life at Hopkinton High. A total of 92 teams with over 900 participants raised a total of $130,000 for the American Cancer Society in its fight against cancer. Visit Scene in Hopkinton for photos from the event, including the rainbow that appeared just after the opening ceremonies.

Tune in to HCAM News on Monday at 6PM on Comcast Channel 8 and Verizon Channel 30 for our full report.

Drama Students to Ask for Donations

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On Sunday May 22 from 4:30 to 6:30pm, members of the Hopkinton High School Drama Ensemble will be in Hopkinton neighborhoods asking for $1 donations for their upcoming trip to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. You will know them by their official HHS Drama Fringe Festival t-shirts.

The Hopkinton High School Drama Department, under the direction of Valerie von Rosenvinge, has been selected to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the world's largest and most prestigious arts festival, as part of the American High School Theatre Festival (AHSTF).

Leslie Edward Clark, 82

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Leslie Edward Clark, 82, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, May 19, 2011. Born in Connecticut, he was the son of the late Howard and Helen
(Pendleton) Clark. He was the husband of Patricia (Fredette) Clark of Hopkinton.

A Sgt. in the Army and a Veteran of the Korean Conflict, he was an employee of the Hopkinton Highway for 20 years and a Hopkinton call firefighter for 35 years.

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To Your Health, May 2011 "Lyme Disease"

Hello and welcome to another edition of the HCAM News monthly medical segment To Your Health. I’m Dr. Jim Kenealy.

The warm weather has finally arrived and we’re all eager to resume our outdoor activities. But some loathsome critters, like the deer tick, are out enjoying the warmth as well and you’re their sometime snack. And, if the thought of a tick burying its head in your flesh and gorging itself on your blood isn’t worrisome enough, deer ticks carry Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacterium responsible for Lyme disease.


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