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Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce: State of the Town, Tuesday May 24th

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Please join us on Tuesday, May 24th at HCAM studios at 7:30am for a new approach on our annual State of the Town event. This year we will be holding it as The Way Forward Event. Stay tuned for the agenda.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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Anjali Mitter Duva on Indian History and Dance: Cancelled Due to Illness

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This event has been cancelled due to illness.

Anjali Mitter Duva, author of Faint Promise of Rain, will speak about Indian history and dance at the Hopkinton Senior Center, 28 Mayhew Street, on Wednesday, May 27 at 7:00 PM and will demonstrate Indian dance. She will also bring delicious samosas to try! Books will be available for purchase at the end of the evening. The event is sponsored by the Hopkinton Public Library.

Hopkinton Education Foundation Announces 2016 Grant Awards

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The Hopkinton Education Foundation (Ed Foundation) awarded nine grants totaling over $86,900 to schools in the Hopkinton Public School system. These nine grants were chosen as their ideas best met the foundation’s criteria for innovation and positively impacting the Hopkinton Public School System. After today’s announcement, the total funds awarded to the Hopkinton Public School system are nearly $1.2 million.

Networking Works! on May 26

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The Massachusetts Council of Aging (MCOA) is launching a new Regional Networking Group program right in your local area to support and assist people 50+ years old who are looking for a new job or guidance in transitioning into a new career direction.

This program is open to any individual who resides in Massachusetts and is 50 years and older. Networking meetings will be held at the Hopkinton Council On Aging (COA) biweekly on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 9:00 AM through June 2016.

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Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library Used Book Sale

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The Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library are having a used book sale on Saturday, June 11, 10:00 AM-3:00 PM on the Town Common, rain or shine.

We are still collecting books through the end of May. If you have a large amount and wish to schedule a drop-off, please contact Beth at bethm@westonnurseries.com or 508-435-6335.

Special thanks to Bill's Pizza and Middlesex Savings Bank for acting as collection points until the end of May!

Video: Hillers Baseball VS Medway Highlights 5-23-2016

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The Hopkinton Hillers fell to 9-8 as they lost an exciting battle against the Medway Mustangs 12-11. The game went 8 innings as Medway improved to 15 and 4 and clinched the TVL title. Check out the highlights from an instant classic below. View the box score here!

Faith Community Church Fundraiser to Support Student Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic

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Faith Community Church’s Student Mission Team will a HUGE Garage Sale/Plant Sale/Car Wash fundraiser on Saturday, June 11, from 8am - 2pm at Faith Community Church, 146 East Main Street, Hopkinton. All proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards this summer’s student mission trip to the Dominican Republic.

Hopkinton Education Foundation Announces 2016 Grant Awards

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The Hopkinton Education Foundation (Ed Foundation) awarded 9 grants totaling over $86,900 to schools in the Hopkinton Public School system. These 9 grants were chosen as their ideas best met the foundation's criteria for innovation and positively impacting the Hopkinton Public School System. After today's announcement, the total funds awarded to the Hopkinton Public School system are nearly $1.2 million

Video: Town Election Results and 1st Selectmen Meeting with New Members

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The Town Election results are in and for Board of Selectmen there were 4 candidates for 2 open seats, Brendan Tedstone and Claire Wright will fill the 2 open Board of Selectmen seats, In this years town election, there were 7 contested races overall, see results here!

HMS Baseball Update 5-20-2016

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The HMS baseball team improved its record to 9-2 with a 7-5 victory over previously unbeaten Northboro Middle School. Drew Rancatore pitched 5+ innings of solid baseball. Jack Wehle had two hits and was outstanding defensively. He made the defensive play of the season, an ESPN highlight worthy play. Drew Saporoschetz played well defensively and had two hits. The team travels to Ashland for its last game next Tuesday.

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