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Summer Lifeguards Wanted

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Sandy Beach Lifeguards

The Town of Hopkinton Parks and Recreation Department is looking for qualified seasonal lifeguards for the
Town Beach. The position is a 30-36 hour week and starts June 29th to August 18th, 2013. The position has the following
requirements*.

•Lifeguard Training
American Red Cross Lifeguard Training; or YMCA Lifeguarding

•First Aid: American Red Cross Community First Aid & Safety; or American Red Cross Standard First Aid; or National Safety Council "Green Cross" 8 Hour First Aid course

Help Create the First Hopkins School Garden

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Grab a shovel, gardening gloves, and family members to help create the first Hopkins School Garden.

When: April 27th

The event will include a “lunch” fundraising event. Purchase a BBQ lunch, and the proceeds will go directly back to the Community Garden Project.
Times:
8:00-10:00
10:00-12:00
12:00-2:00

Sign Up At:
http://www.hopkinton.k12.ma.us/Domain/10
or
Email Allison Murphy at
amurphy27@gmail.co

Sivo Supports Scordino for School Committee

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To the Editor:

This year, Hopkinton voters have a candidate running for School Committee
who offers a fresh perspective. Her name is
Ellen Scordino. I have had the pleasure of meeting Ellen at several
civic and school events, and have gotten to know her as a person and
candidate. Ellen offers a new voice, and a respect for taxpayers’ hard earned dollars,
while supporting our top-notch school system.

Hopkinton Public Schools Bus Transportation for 2013-2014

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Application for Busing for the 2013-2014 school year is now open!
DEADLINE: JUNE 15, 2013

Center School Principal Appointed

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Hopkinton Interim Superintendent, Dr. Steven Hiersche, is pleased to announce that he has appointed Lauren Dubeau as Center School’s next principal.

Ms. Dubeau holds a Master of Education degree in Early Childhood Education from Worcester State College, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education from Westfield State College. She is currently the Principal for the Simonian Center for Early Learning, Sutton Public Schools in Sutton, MA. She began her career in education as a special education preschool teacher in Sutton Public Schools.

Hillers Take Panthers 13-7

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The Varsity Baseball Team improved to 3-1 (3-1 TVL) with a 13-7 win at Holliston on Monday, April 22. Trailing 7-6 entering the 7th inning, the Hillers broke it open with 7 runs in the final frame. Senior Connor Hudson knocked in the game-tying and winning runs run a two-run, two-out double in the 7th. Hudson also pitched 3 1/3 strong innings of relief for the win. Junior Chris Moberg led the Hillers offense with 3 hits and 2 RBI, while Hudson, Ryan Sullivan, Nick Burns, Matt Decina, and Grant Olson all had 2 hits.

“Wake Up and Smell the Poetry – At Night!” Showcases Spoken Word On Stage at Amazing Things Arts Center in Framingham - May 4

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Cheryl Perreault is a poet on a mission. She wants the world to wake up to the power of the spoken word. That power will be in the spotlight on Saturday, May 4, 8 p.m., when Amazing Things Arts Center in Framingham presents “Wake Up and Smell the Poetry – at Night!” Details at www.amazingthings.org.

Scordino for School Committee

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Dear Editor,

Thank you for the opportunity for us to publicly endorse Ellen Scordino for school committee.

Supporting Scordino for School Committee

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To the Editor:

Hopkinton is known for its excellence in education and is consistently ranked among the best public schools in the nation. The quality and integrity of our community leaders is critical in keeping our town and education system moving in the right direction.

Art in the Garden April 28

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In its 6th year, Art In The Garden will host 50 local artisans exhibiting their handmade wares on the beautiful grounds of Weston Nurseries. You will find stained glass, pottery, jewelry, etched slates, bath & body products, candles, handbags, tote bags, furniture, clothing, garden art, paintings, note cards, birdhouses, winds chimes, pillows, dog collars and leashes, pet clothing, blown glass infusion jars, beaded belt buckles, scarves, honey, pickles, chocolates, pizza and more!

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