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HCAM is hiring: Master Control

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After several years, our own Courtney is stepping down as Master Control Operator (MCO). She will be greatly missed, and now we are seeking a new MCO.

The Master Control Operator is in charge of scheduling HCAM-TV and HCAM-ED programming schedules and playback, updating our community through several methods, maintaining various records concerning our operations, and producing promotional content for our shows.

If you are interested in applying, please see the below Job Description (PDF file). Interviews will be scheduled as applications arrive until the position is filled.

HCAM News Focus: Hillers Volleyball 2016 Road to the Championship

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On this edition of HCAM news focus, we’ll focus on the Hopkinton Hillers Girls Volleyball team who for the 2nd season in the past 3 brought home a Division 2 State Championship. View highlights of the terrific 2016 championship season and the road to the title below.

Video: Hopkinton Drug Hosts Annual Holiday Open House

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Hopkinton Drug hosted their annual open house. the event featured activities for the kids, a visit from Santa Claus and a performance by the "New Sound Assembly Barbershop Chorus". Hopkinton Drug also hosted a raffle with some wonderful gift baskets, all proceeds from the raffle went to benefit "Project Just Because" a Hopkinton based charitable organization which helps families in need. View some of the highlights of the fun filled weekend below!

Free Voice and/or Piano Lesson at Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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Victor Kray joins the HCA!

Victor Kray is a vocal/piano teacher and music producer with 30 years of professional experience as a session singer, keyboard player, arranger, and sound engineer.

Hopkinton High School Perform Winter Concerts 12/13 and 12/14

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The Hopkinton High School Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Lab, Symphonic Band and Concert Band present their annual Winter Concert on Tuesday, December 13 at 7:00 p.m.

Hopkinton Education Foundation to celebrate our 25th anniversary at our Silver Gala!

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Say "Happy Holidays" and "Thank you!" all at the same time. The Thank-A-Teacher program is a great way to tell your child's teachers how much you appreciate the work that they do! Each educator honored by a donation receives a personalized card from the Education Foundation thanking them for their work, and includes the name of your child. The flyers were sent home this week in your child's backpack or you can download it here:

St. Paul's Invites All to Blue Christmas Service December 18th

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St. Paul’s Episcopal Church invites the public to a special “Blue Christmas” Service on Sunday, December 18, at 5:00 p.m. This service will include readings, candle lighting and silence and will focus on the hope and healing God offers to each one of us. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is located at 61 Wood Street (Rte. 135) in Hopkinton.

Hopkinton Garden Club Make Wreaths for Project Just Because

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Volunteers from the Hopkinton Garden Club decorated holiday wreaths for beneficiaries of the Hopkinton based charity Project Just Because. Approximately two dozen wreaths were assembled and donated to Project Just Because for holiday deliveries. This annual wreath making program is one of several community projects sponsored by the Hopkinton Garden Club.
Photos included: 2; pictured in first photo are: Joan Luciano and Merylyn Mezitt

Charter Review Committee to Hold Second Public Forum

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The Charter Review Committee, established for the purpose of reviewing Hopkinton’s Town Charter and to make a report, with recommendations to Town Meeting concerning any proposed amendments which the committee may determine to be necessary or desirable, will hold its second Public Forum on Wednesday, December 7 from 7:00pm-9:00pm at the Hopkinton Senior Center.

Elmwood Principal: Bus Accident

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December 5, 2016

Dear Parents,

I am writing to inform you that bus #8 was involved in a minor bus accident during the morning ride to school today. The students were loaded onto bus #16 and continued to Elmwood School where Mrs. Carver and Nurse Bain boarded the bus and spoke with students. There were no reports of any injuries and students were sent to class.

I personally placed calls to the parents of each student who was on the bus at the time of the accident.
Should you have any questions, as always, please contact me.

Thank you,


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