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Hillers Take Opener

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Hopkinton High School Lady Hillers take the season Opener from Westwood 4-1. Won at 1st singles - Olivia Anderson, 2nd singles - Vanessa Prathab, and swept doubles.

Hopkinton Green Up Day

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Elmwood School will be doing our share as part of “Hopkinton Green up Day”

When: Saturday, April 12th, at 8:30 am-11:30am.
Where: Meet at the Elmwood School Main Entrance
Who: All ages encouraged to participate!

Message from DPW Water and Sewer Division

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Please be advised that the DPW water and sewer division will be installing new outside water meter reading units at customer’s homes and business in the area of West Main, Elm, School, Priscilla, DiCarlo, Elizabeth, Hearthstone, Stonecrossing and side streets in those areas. In most cases this does not require entry into the home. However, in some instances technicians may need to gain access to your basement to make the necessary connection.

We thank you for your cooperation in this

Don't miss the "Spirit Of The Marathon"

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Exclusive Hopkinton screening of the documentary film - Spirit of the Marathon II.
Friday, April 11, 2014 – 7:00 PM
Hopkinton High School Auditorium
90 Hayden Rowe, Hopkinton Massachusetts

“The marathon is the oldest, biggest, totally peaceful community activity in history.”
-Roger Robinson, Author and Journalist

Host Family Opportunity

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Would you open your heart and home for the experience of a life time? Educatius International is looking for a few loving families to host a full year or semester international student for next year. Educatius has been placing international students in Hopkinton High School since the inception of the international program four years ago. Your local coordinator Ann Northup is 5 minutes away, or a phone call away and ready to support you and her students with home visits, monthly check-ins and any back-up you might need including a place to stay if you need to leave town.

Volunteers Needed for Post Prom Party

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The Post Prom Party Committee is seeking volunteers to chaperone this year’s party on Friday, May 16th from 11:00pm-5:00am. You can come for the night or choose a shift (11:00pm-2:00am or 2:00am-5:00am).

This is a great opportunity for dads to volunteer and is also a great way to have fun volunteering with friends. All volunteers will need to be CORI cleared.

If you would like to sign up, click here.

The Champs are Welcomed Home!

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The Hopkinton Hiller Cheerleaders added another major trophy to the award case this past weekend, as the girls took home first place in the Dance & Spirit Championship in Orlando, FL. The National Champions received a well deserved escort down Main Street towards the high school and were celebrated with car horns and cheering. Be sure to tune in too HCAM News this Friday at 6pm and 10pm to hear and see more from the rolling rally.

Unequal Treatment

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Ever since 2002, when the Institute of Medicine released its groundbreaking report, one of the top issues facing the medical community has been how to resolve health care disparities.

The IOM’s report, Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care, revealed that wide differences exist between racial and ethnic minorities and whites in the quality of the care they receive, even when such factors as insurance, access to care, and ability to pay were comparable.

Hopkinton DI Success

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Hopkinton DI teams excelled once again at the MA State tournament held at WPI on 3/29. This year, two Hopkinton teams grabbed 1st place and will now advance to the DI Global Tournament, to be held in Knoxville, TN, May 21-24, where they will compete with more than 1300 teams from around the globe! They make our community and schools proud! It is particularly noteworthy that both these teams chose a challenge that involves community service and outreach.

We'd like to wish them the very best for the Global tournament.

A Big Thanks From Water Dept.

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The Water Department would like to thank all our residents and businesses for their help this past winter with keeping the fire hydrants clear and accessible.

We are happy to once again make available rain barrels to the public at a discounted price. Please click on this link to order yours.


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