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ESBC Analyzes Recent Workshop at Monday's Meeting

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On Monday, November 24th, the Elementary School Building Committee met at HCAM studios for their monthly meeting. Most of the meeting was dedicated to discussing the workshop held the Saturday prior to the meeting.

State Fire Marshal Issues Thanksgiving Day Safety Tips

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Thanksgiving #1 Day for Fires in Massachusetts

In each of the past five years, Thanksgiving has been the single day with the most fires. “Thanksgiving is a wonderful family holiday, but the day can be ruined with a cooking or candle fire, a burn injury or a carbon monoxide incident from long-term use of the oven,” said State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan. “Every home should have working smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms,” said State Fire Marshal Coan.

A Note from Hopkinton's 4H Clubs

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The Woodville Trailbusters 4H Horse Club and Woodville 4H Crafty Cats would like to thank all who helped to make our 7th annual Haunted Trail Walk successful.

Our clubs are now working on holiday crafts to sell at Hopkinton's Holiday Stroll on Saturday, December 6. We will have a booth with homemade ornaments at Colella's Supermarket and Vinny's N.Y. Pizza. Come celebrate the start of the holidays!

Hopkinton Library Holiday Events

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If you'll be enjoying the Hopkinton Holiday Stroll or going to the tree lighting on the Common on December 6, why not pop into the library? We'll have fun for all ages at our 10th annual Holiday Celebration:
- Storytime with Mrs. "K" at 10:30
- A visit from Princesses Anna and Elsa of Frozen at 11:15 (kids can get their pictures taken!)
- Holiday music with Brian Best at 2:00
- "A USO Holiday Show" featuring "Bob Hope" and the Treblemakers at 3:00

Representative Dykema Sponsors Formal Resolution Supporting Local Businesses and Designating “Small Business Weekend 2014”

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Representative Carolyn Dykema announces the passage of a formal resolution in the House of Representatives designating November 28th and 29th, the weekend after Thanksgiving, as “Small Business Weekend,” recognizing the contribution of small businesses to our local economies, and encouraging residents to look close to home for gifts this holiday season. The formal resolution is in “Recognition of Small Businesses as the Cornerstone of Our Communities and the Massachusetts Economy.”

Hopkinton Education Foundation Thanksgiving Newsletter

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On behalf of everyone at
Hopkinton Education Foundation,
we would like to take a moment to
wish you and your family a
Happy Thanksgiving!

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Veterans Breakfast December 5

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Dear Vets and Friends:

Enjoy breakfast at the Senior Center Mess Hall featuring chipped beef and other great chow on Friday, 5 December 2014, at or about 0900 hours. The regulars are there early, so don't be late. Be prepared for the camaraderie of good friends. Please invite Vets who don't receive this message. If there are transportation difficulties, call Amy Beck by 3 December 2014, 508 497-9730.

Google Apps Class for Parents December 11th

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Looking for an easy way to communicate, collaborate, and coordinate in your digital world? Eager to learn how to get more out of your free Gmail account? The HPS Educational Technology Team has created a Workshop for parents to learn Google Basics so they can understand how their child is using Google Apps as learning tool at school and at home –– and maybe even start “Going Google” themselves.

Please click this link to sign up!.

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Video: Santa Claus is Coming To Hopkinton Drug

Santa Claus is coming to Hopkinton Drug
December 6th and 7th

Walter Phillip Lang, 82

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Walter Phillip Lang, 82, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, November 20, 2014 at Marlborough Hills Rehab. Born in Framingham, he was the son of the late Elsie (Riley) and Harold Lang. He was the husband of the late Nancy (Fredericks) Lang.

An Army Veteran, Walter had worked as a printer for Dennison Manufacturing. He is survived by his two sons, Charlie and Frederick Lang; his sister, June Prosser as well as several grandchildren. He is predeceased by two children, Walter and Deborah.


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