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Hiller Sports Scores

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BASEBALL: Hiller Varsity Baseball won their season opener at Dover-Sherborn on Thursday, 6-2. Senior Tim Moberg got the win on the mound, throwing 5 shutout innings, and also added a solo home run. Senior RF Mike Decina was 4-4 with 2 runs and 2 RBI, and Senior CF Alex Hulme and Junior SS Ryan Sullivan added two hits apiece. Senior Connor Farrell pitched well in relief, and Senior C Craig Levergood threw out two would-be base stealers.

Hiller Junior Varsity Baseball beat Dover-Sherborn 11-3
Adam Weiner had 5 Innings Pitched, 2 H, 2 ER, 6 K's. Offensively he went 3 for 4 with 4 RBI's

Easter Egg Hunt April 7

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The Easter Bunny makes his annual visit to Hopkinton on Saturday, April 7, 2012 for the Park and Recreation's Annual Easter Egg Hunt. The event, which
is sponsored by Hopkinton Drug Store, will be held at 11:00 AM on the Town Common. The Easter Egg Hunt is for Hopkinton pre-school to 2nd grade
children. Please bring your own basket or bag to collect the candy and "Special Prize Eggs". We ask parents not to pick up eggs prior to the start
of the event.

Letter to Editor: Lake Maspenock Dam

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To the Editor:

I live in Hopkinton and am not a property owner on Lake Maspenock but we have enjoyed the
beauty of Lake Maspenock every summer. I guess you could say we summer on the lake. I
think Lake Maspenock is an essential part of Hopkinton. How many towns have an area such as
Lake Maspenock to offer to their residents? However I do feel strongly against taxing a special
charge only the property owners who live on the lake for repairs and upgrades in the Lake area.
In May 2006 the town voted to buy the dam for a $1. We as a town should also pay for the

Town Hall Construction Notice

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The Contractor, Campbell Construction, is scheduled to start putting up scaffolding today/tomorrow. While they are putting the scaffolding up the side entrance should be utilized as an emergency exit only (a couple days at the most). We'll be directing pedestrian traffic from the parking lot to use the basement entrance (front entrance also but not preferred due to vehicular traffic) during this time. Once the scaffolding is up, the side entrance can be used but to maximize safety we'll still be asking folks to use the back entrance mainly.

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Team Hoyt Honored in Painting by Dustin Neece

On Thursday, April 12, Hopkinton artist Dustin Neece will unveil the second painting in his “Honoring the Spirit” series with a portrait of Dick and Rick Hoyt, who will run their 30th Boston Marathon this year. The unveiling will take place as part of the Ready, Set, Go event to be held at Microsoft's New England Research and Development Center in Cambridge.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts Celebrates One Year!

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts recently celebrated its one-year birthday with a birthday cake and a look back at all it has accomplished in its first year. The mission of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts is to provide a multi-media arts facility that will allow a collaboration of individuals and organizations to create and present quality visual and performing arts, arts education and events. Towards that goal, this past year the HCA:

  • Assembled a Board of Directors

April 2012 Hilltopper Now Available

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The April 2012 edition of "The Hilltopper", the newsletter from the Hopkinton Senior Center Council on Aging is now available and is attached below. Read about the upcoming Senior Citizens Tea, a legal presentation on the new Massachusetts Probate Code and more!

Girls Tennis Wins Season Opener

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Girls Varsity Tennis had their first match of the season on Tuesday April 3rd beating Whitinsville Christian Academy 5-0.

HCAM will be bringing you scores from the Hillers throughout the Spring Season.

New Elmwood School Principal Selected

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Hopkinton Public Schools’ Superintendent, Dr. Jonathan Landman, is delighted to announce that he has offered, and David Ljungberg has accepted, the position of Principal of the Elmwood Elementary School.

In his email to notify parents, Landman had this to say:

EMC Submits Petition Article to Re-Zone Land - Public Hearing Tonight

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The Town received a landowner (EMC) petioned article to rezone about 14.2 acres of land off Old Town Road and South St. from Agricultural (A) to Industrial A (IA). The Zoning Advisory Committee has scheduled a meeting on April 4, 2012 at 7:00 P.M. at Town Hall, Room 211, to discuss the proposal and make recommendations to the Planning Board.

The Planning Board will hold a public hearing on April 9, 2012 at 7:45 P.M. at Town Hall, Room 211, to hear public comments and to vote whether to put the article on the warrant and recommend the change to town meeting.


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