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Golf and Volleyball Undefeated, Fockey Drops to D-S

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The Hiller Golf Team ran their season record to 7 - 0 with a 245 -272 victory over the Ashland Clockers today at Glen Ellen C.C. in Millis. The Clockers fell to 1-6 on their season. Leading the way once again for the Hillers was Sr. Capt. Jimmy Hervol who shot a 4 UNDER PAR 32. I was checking back in the Hiller Golf Team history and that's the BEST score for nine holes by any Hiller golfer ever at Glen Ellen C.C. Congrats Captain and how to lead the team today.

Fire Department Warns of Phone Scam

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The Hopkinton Fire Department is warning town residents about a possible home carbon monoxide inspection scam.

A town resident has reported to us that they’re receiving phone calls from a Chimney Cleaning Company trying to inspect their home carbon monoxide detectors. The company is telling residenst they are representing the Hopkinton Fire Department. The Hopkinton Fire Department only inspects carbon monoxide detectors by request of a homeowner. We believe this is a scam to gain entrance into private homes.

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The Library says goodbye to Susan Marshall

Susan Marshall served nearly six years at the Hopkinton Library as the Adult Services Librarian and left a positive impact on nearly everyone she knew.

Youth Services Librarian Denise Kofron; "Some people care to much, I think it's called love, Susan cares a lot, about her job, family, volunteers, the Hopkinton Public Library, and her co-workers, and we love her too."

The Friends of the Library presented Susan with a sample of a quilt from the quilt project. Parks and recreation manager Tim Kilduff presented Susan a signed copy of Meb Keflezighi's book "Run to Overcome" to reward her dedication to promoting the Boston Marathon activities.

Hopkinton Library staff member, Donna Olafsen of the Children's Room " Susan Marshall is to the Hopkinton Public Library as Mickey Mouse is to Disney, I'll miss you Susan, may you have many magical memories."

After the dedications and tributes, Susan stated: "It's emotional high and low's, it's sad to leave all these wonderful people, Hopkinton is the first place that I felt home since I had a workshop in my hometown, right out of college... "This has been a wonderful place to live." Susan then described her animated clothing which represented her sadness of leaving Hopkinton and the excitement of her new venture in Seattle.

Susan delivered an emotional thank you too the many who came to the library to say goodbye; "Thank you for the ride, this has been the most wonderful place. Please just always remember what a special place this is, and don't take it for granted and be kind to each other. "

Town Hall Parking Lot Entrance Relocation

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The Town Engineer would like to announce that the ongoing work for the Town Hall Roof Replacement Project will require the entrance to the parking lot behind Town Hall to be closed on Monday and Tuesday (September 22nd and 23rd) from 7:30am – 4:30pm.

Hoptoberfest is Back!

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Join Hopkinton Public Library Foundation for its Second Annual Hoptoberfest, a fun tasting night to benefit the restoration, renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library. With the generosity of Platinum Sponsors Hallmark Sotheby’s International Realty and Phipps Insurance Agency, this year’s Hoptoberfest is Friday, October 24, from 7:30 to 10:30 P.M., in the Parish Center of St. John’s Church in Hopkinton.

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Hillers Football and Week 1 Recap

Led once again by Head Coach Jim Girard, the Hillers Football squad returned many of the same names who played big roles last year including QB Pat Ryan RB Drew Donohue, OL/DL Chris Liberta, WR’s Matt Decina and Chase Lampert as well as returning CB Hayden Pareira. Despite many of the offensive weapons returning from last year, the defense did graduate 10 starters after the 2013 season but OL/DL Captain Chris Liberta has faith that the young line can get the job done.

A lot of big names returning for the Hillers from a 2013 team that finished the regular season 6 and 5. Last season the Hillers played 2 playoff games defeating Millis in round 1 and losing to a stacked Stoughton team in game 2. Last year was a very young team and now many of the key starters on the Hillers have some playoff experience under their belt and are hungry once again to fight for a trip to Super Saturday.

Hiller Varsity Soccer Goes Down, Middle School Team Improves

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The HMS boys' soccer team improved its record to 1-0-1 with a 7-1 victory over Ashland yesterday. Eli Curl opened up the scoring netting the team's first two goals in the first half. Other goal scorers include Peyton Burns, Andrew Palleiko, Mike Poovakad, Mac Lind and Josh Altman. The defensive unit of Blake Manning, Ben McKenzie, Justin Normandeau, Brendan Kelly and Phillip McCarty played incredibly well. The boys travel to Millis on Friday September 19.

St. Pauls 23rd Annual “Blessing Of The Animals”

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HOPKINTON, MA (September 23, 2014) – All creatures great and small – including furry friends or feathered fowl -- are invited to receive a special blessing at St. Paul’s 23nd Annual Blessing of the Animals on October 5.

Hiller Field Hockey Play Date

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Come join the Hopkinton High School Varsity Field Hockey Team for the 9th annual fun filled Skill Development and Play Day. Participants will get to work with varsity players and coaches in learning about field hockey or perfecting current skills. The Play Day is designed to educate and mentor field hockey players of all levels.

There will be fun activities and small-sided games. This Play Day is a fundraiser for the Hopkinton High School Field Hockey Program. Don't miss the excitement!

Volleyball Still in First, XC on a Roll

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The Hiller Field Hockey team lost a tough one 1-0 to the Mustangs at Medway. They are on the road again on Friday, September 19, to face the Raiders at Dover-Sherborn at 3:30pm.

The Hiller Volley Ball team remains in 1st place in the Tri-Valley League with a 3-0 win over Norton at the Athletic Center. The ladies head to Holliston on Friday, September 19, to face the Panthers for a 4:30pm match.

The Girls Cross-Country team continues to roll through the TVL as they sprinted past Medway 15-50!

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