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Have you Made Plans for MLK Day?

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MLK Mural

Would you like to make sandwiches for the homeless, bake cookies for the hungry, or make blanets for those in need? Or do you have another idea about how you can participate in Hopkinton's 4th Annual MLK Day of Giving Back? Now is the time to start thinking and planning about how you can make a difference.

Sophie. A. Deletti, 91

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Sophie. A. Deletti, 91, died Wednesday December 8, 2010 in Marlborough. Born in Milford, she was the daughter of the late John and Rose
(Shumski) Johnson. She was the wife of the late Stephen Deletti, who died inDecember 2003.

PRESENTATION ON THE DANGERS OF CONCUSSIONS

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The Center for Disease Control estimates between 1.6 to 3.8 million people suffer from concussions each year. In Hopkinton a local medical practice has diagnosed twenty children with concussions in the first two months of school. Many of these children experience reduced concentration, short term memory, and comprehension that affect their school success.

Because of this, the Hopkinton Public Schools Wellness Committee and Main Street Pediatrics have partnered to present an information session entitled Understanding Concussions for parents and interested community members.

Center School Site Plan Approved

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The Elementary School Building Committee voted on two major recommendations last night regarding the proposed Fruit Street School Project.
The December 6th meeting saw a decision on a final site plan and the selection of a construction management method.

Registration Opens for HPTA Extracurricular Programs

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Ultimate Sports, Little Actors, Karate and Lego Mania are among the courses being offered by the HPTA for their winter session of extracurricular programs. Registration for the HPTA Extracurricular Programs at Center, Elmwood and Hopkins schools opens at 12:01 AM on December 8 and can be done online at www.hptaonline.com or on a first-come, first-serve basis at all of the participating schools.

Foreign Language Department Looking for Host Families

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The Hopkinton High School Foreign Language Department is looking for Hopkinton Host Families for 12 French exchange students over a two-week period from the last week of February until the first or second week of March. For more information or an application, please email Mr. Mitchell at [email protected]

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Tree Lighting on the Common

The Annual Caroling on the Common and Tree Lighting ceremony took place over the weekend with something for everyone. The Hopkinton High School Chorus kicked off the singing, followed by a group of local Girl Scouts. Children who were anxiously awaiting the arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus were not disappointed and had the opportunity to present their wish lists. Watch the HCAM News video for more details. Mike Preite, Director of Parks and Recreation talks about the history of the event, local girls scouts describe their service projects, and Mike Whalen talks about the success of the Marine's Toys for Tots program.

ST. PAUL’S “BLUE CHRISTMAS” SERVICE DECEMBER 19

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Are you feeling lonely and sad this Christmas? You are not alone if you are having trouble feeling joyous during this holiday season. Christmas is for many a painful reminder of what has been lost. For those dealing with financial strain, depression, grief, or illness, the holidays can be anything but happy.

Whatever the reason, if you are looking for a non-denominational service

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Biotoxin Specialist Speaks at Health Lecture Series

Noted author, lecturer, and physician Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker delivered the latest lecture in the Hopkinton Drug Lecture Series last Wednesday December 1st at the Hopkinton Senior Center. Dr. Shoemaker’s topic for the evening was the cause, detection, and treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and other medical conditions related to exposure to common biotoxins like mold.

School Committee Discusses Center School and Success of Advanced Placement

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Award recognition was the first order of business for Thursday’s School Committee meeting. Superintendent Phelan opened the December 2nd meeting by recognizing the Hopkinton School District for winning the MIAA District Sportsmanship Award in District C.

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