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Eating Disorders

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“Eating disorders take over people’s lives. They change the way you live. They take a lot of time, take up a lot of psychological space, and seriously disrupt lives.”

That blunt description comes from Esther Dechant, M.D., medical director of the Klarman Eating Disorders Center at McLean Hospital in Belmont. Scary stuff.

Rep. Dykema Announces Office Hours

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Representative Carolyn Dykema will be holding office hours in Hopkinton on Friday, September 16th from 9:30 – 10:30am at the Hopkinton Gourmet.
Any resident who would like to speak with Representative Dykema and is unable to attend office hours should contact her office at (617) 722-2210 or email her aide at [email protected] to set up a personal appointment.

MIssing Person Found

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Lt. Chuck Wallace of the Hopkinton Police Department announced this morning that the missing person, Mr. Gaunya, has been located in town and is fine.

CAA Call for Art for On the Edge Exhibition

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The Cultural Arts Alliance of Hopkinton (CAA) is issuing a call for art for its On the Edge exhibition that will take place September 30 – October 28 at the CAA Gallery. The exhibition is being juried by Jane Young of the Chase Young Gallery in Boston. First prize is $300 and a solo show, and second prize is $150 and a solo show.

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Morris Dancing Comes to Hopkinton

Morris dancing is an old English country tradition dating back to the 15th century. Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, hundreds of villages throughout England supported Morris teams and the dancers often competed from prizes at county fairs. While the interest in Morris dancing faded for a short time, it is now back full force and today there are many teams, or sides, dancing in England and over 200 cities in the United States.

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Respite Center Artists Exhibit at CAA

Listen to the HCAM News video as Cultural Arts Alliance (CAA)Executive Director Kris Waldman talks about the current exhibit by artists from the Michael Carter Lisnow Respite Center and about what's up and coming at the CAA.

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Aftermath of the Storm

Watch the HCAM News video for a look at some of the damage caused by the recent tropical storm Irene. While not as badly hit as other areas, almost 7% of Hopkinton's NStar customers and still without power and trees are down all over town.

Shower Facilities Available at Middle School

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The Hopkinton Emergency Management Group and the School Districct will be providing emergency showering facilities for the residents of Hopkinton who have been affected by Tropical Storm Irene. The showering facility has been established at he Hopkinton Middle School. Facility access is through the entrance adjacent to the water tanks.

Hours of operation will commence tonigt at 6PM and will operate until 9PM this evening. Residents taking advantage of the showering facility should bring their own towels and please expect potential delays in accessiing the showering facility.

Soldier Thanks Two Hopkinton Churches for their Support

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St. Paul’s Episcopal and Grace United Methodist Churches are holding a prayer and dedication ceremony on Sunday, September 11th at 11:30 a.m. to honor and proudly display a special thank-you gift from the Churches’ Adopt-a-Soldier, Evelina. Evelina has just finished her deployment in Iraq, and both churches sent her supportive care packages, cards, and letters while she was stationed there. She thanked both churches by sending them a flag, bearing the colors of the United States of America.

Safety Tips From Chief Clark

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August 30, 2011 - In the aftermath of Hurricane Irene I would like to share some very important safety tips with you regarding downed electrical power lines. Across a large area of our Town we still have secondary roadways blocked with trees down intertwined with the electrical power lines. Many, many houses also have electric service lines leading from the street to house that are either low hanging or down on the ground. Everyone, especially children, need to be safe and maintain vigilance while in the vicinity of electric power lines.


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