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Hopkinton Historical Society Yard Sale

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Unused or unwanted items in your attic? The Hopkinton Historical Society is accepting used household goods in good condition for their upcoming yard sale. Drop-offs at 168 Hayden Rowe Street on Thursday, May 29 (3-5 pm), Saturday, May 31 (9 am – 2 pm), Tuesday, June 3 (3-5 pm), and Thursday, June 5 (3-5 pm). Call 508-435-0074 for more information. Please no electronics, clothing, or books. The yard sale is scheduled for June 7-8, 8 am – 1 pm. Thank you for your donations!

Touch-a-Truck and Food Truck Festival

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The third annual Touch-a-Truck and new Food Truck Festival will be on Sunday, June 8 from 11:00 AM-2:00 PM in the Hopkinton High School parking lot.

Admission is $8 per adult and $5 per child. Purchase ahead of time at the Library, by clicking here and using your PayPal receipt as your ticket to Touch-a-Truck, or purchase tickets at the event.

Hopkins Principal’s Coffee

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You are invited to attend a Principal's Coffee this Friday, May 30, from 10:00 to 11:00 in the Hopkins Large Conference Room.

Topics Include:

1) Brief discussion regarding co-teaching for the 2014-15 school year

2) Conversation regarding grade-level transitions

Hope you can make it!

Veterans Breakfast on June 6

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Friday, 6 June 2014, is the 70th anniversary of D-Day -- the beach assaults at Normandy.

Enjoy breakfast at the Senior Center Mess Hall featuring chipped beef and other great chow on that anniversary date, at or about 0900 hours. The regulars show-up early for coffee and muffins, so don't be late. Always impressive is the camaraderie of good friends. Please invite Vets who don't receive this message. If there are transportation difficulties, call Amy Beck by 4 June 2014, 508 497-9730.

Start the Summer Off Safely

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State Fire Marshal Offers Outdoor Grilling Safety Tips

“Memorial Day is the traditional launch of the summer barbecue season,” said State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan, “Take a few minutes for safety and inspect grills for leaks and cracks, and teach children to stay three feet away from any grill in use.”

Check for Leaks

Encourage Your Teen to Find a ‘Mind-Building’ Hobby

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As your teen gets older, she is learning to think in a different way. It becomes more important for her think critically.
Thinking critically means she will begin to weigh the information she hears, sees and reads. She won’t just take it in. She will think about whether she accepts it. And if so, how best she can use it.

Many fun activities can improve your teen’s critical thinking skills. Here are some of them:

Ashland Legion Baseball coming to HCAM

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The home games for Ashland Legion Baseball will air on HCAM this year. Ashland Post 77 features six Hopkinton Hillers; Brendon Wolfe, Greg Holler, Nick Burns, Chris Moberg, Ben Palleiko and Evan Park. Ashland features an all around deep roster this year and should be a force to be reckoned with in District 5.

Waterfronts Welcome Swimmers

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The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) today announced that the summer recreational season begins this weekend with the opening of waterfronts across the Commonwealth. Lifeguards begin staffing inland and ocean beaches on weekends, while parks and campgrounds staff up for camping, interpretive and educational programming, boating, OHV and ATV use, sailing, golfing, summer concerts and movies at
the Hatch Shell and more.

Hillers Weekly Roundup

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May 14th 2014 – Hopkinton (9-6) Baseball beats Holliston 8-1

May 14th 2014 – Hopkinton Softball shuts out Holliston 6-0

May 14th 2014 – Hopkinton Girls Tennis shuts out Holliston 5-0

Thursday May 15th 2014 – Bellingham Girls Softball stays undefeated with 1-0 victory over Hopkinton
WP – Megan Cook (11-0)
LP – Allison Karjel (10-3)
Bel: Alice Felzman (2-4) RBI 1B
Bel: Megan Cook – 8 IP, 0 R, 2H, 11 K’s

May 19th 2014 – Hopkinton Softball beats Millis 12-0

May 19th 2014 – Hopkinton Girls Lacrosse beats Holliston 12-2

Fire at 11 Price Street

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May 21st 2014 - Wednesday Night around 7:00pm a fire occurred at 11 Price Street. A light fixture in the house is being investigated as the cause of the fire, and there is moderate damage to the home. The fire started on the roof and was contained to 2 rooms, fortunately no one was hurt.

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