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Boy Scout Troop 4 Tree Recycling

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Tree recycling is $10 per tree. Please put the cash or check in a Ziploc bag and attach it to the tree. Checks should be made payable to BSA - Troop 4. Curbside pickup starts at 9:00 AM on both days. Schedule pickup in advance by clicking here or contacting Frank D’Urso at 508-435-1002.

Hillers Win Season Opener

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New season, new uniforms and new expectations. The Hiller hockey team coming off their first playoff appearance in 6 years last March, look to build on that success with a wealth of new talent to complement the returning starters. Led by veteran Seniors, Jordan Carroll, Mike Messier, Brendan O'Leary and Brandon Carty, the Hillers have a well balanced team across the grades. Juniors include Nikolai Saporoschetz,Dan Delaney,Will Karpenski,Mark McCluskey,Alex Kosheff,Billy Allen and Cam Finlayson.

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Video Segment: Boy Scouts have Christmas Trees and Wreaths for Sale

Boy Scouts of America, Troop 1 have Christmas trees and wreaths for sale at 61 main Street in the Colella's Supermarket Parking Lot.

Sales continue for the next couple weeks, hours include:
Wednesday and Thursdays 4-7pm,
Fridays 4-9pm
Saturdays 9am-8pm
Sundays 9am-6pm

The scouts showed off their wreaths with a little promotional dance. The tree and wreath sale has traditionally been Troop 1's biggest fundraiser of the year.

Town of Hopkinton: Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Public Meeting

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Town of Hopkinton
Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Public Meeting
Sam Cleaves, AICP, Senior Regional Planner, MAPC

Hopkinton Town Hall, Room 215
December 16th, 5-6 PM

1. Welcome and Introductions
2. Overview of Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan and Update Process
3. Questions and Public Comment on Areas of Concern and Potential Strategies
4. Adjourn

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Video Segment: Check out the Hopkinton Center for the Arts Renovations

Chuck Joseph gave HCAM News a look at the renovations so far at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. The renovations feature a new performance center for concerts and other various events, a class area for various performance art classes, a gallery section which features enough space for art exhibits and additional space for poetry readings, choral groups and various large classes.

The Main Gallery is a walk through section with access to the High School parking lot on one side and the HCA parking lot on the other. The Gallery will feature art exhibits, a ticket booth, catering kitchen, control room, restrooms and administrative offices. The Performance Center will host various functions such as lecture series, music concerts and theatrical performances. The backstage of the performance center can also be used as a set shop and for larger functions.

The interior of the barn will be a learning center featuring visual arts classrooms, dance studios, 3 music studio rehearsal rooms. The 2nd floor of the barn is a large open space that could be used for acoustical shows, poetry readings, large classes and choral groups. There is also capability to subdivide the 2nd floor of the barn.

For more information: www.hopartscenter.org

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Video Segment: Real Housewives of Hopkinton Hosted Shopping for a Cause

The Real Housewives of Hopkinton hosted Shopping for a Cause to benefit Project Just Because, a non-profit organization which aims to help all in need. The event took place at Golden Pond's new independent living dining room and many were on hand to get some early Christmas shopping done while helping a great cause. The event was co-sponsored by the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce and Yummy Mummy Brownies.

Vendors included: 5 Star Sweets, Advocare, Arbonne, Blitzmeskinny, Blue Aura Designs, Body-Love Fitness, Chubby's Candles, Elements @ the Circle, Essante Organics & the Uncommon Shop, Friends of 300th, Goodness Remedies, J.Hillburn, Jamberry, Jamibelina, Lia Sophia, LittleMan Originals, Lyn Evans, Nerium AD, New England Bows, Sea Coast Bags, Sew Cute, Sipalda, Stella & Dot, The Grapevine, Thirty-One, Yummy Mummy Brownies and more including crafters and home & wellness resources. Light refreshments and complimentary wine was served.

At Board of Health, Proposed Lumber Street Renovaton Revised

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The Board of Health met on December 8th, 2014. During the meeting, they discussed old business, pressing issues for the upcoming year, and held a public hearing for 196 Lumber St.

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Video Segment: Board Approves promotion to Sergeant for Timothy Brennan

Chief Edward Lee talked to the selectmen about the selection process in choosing a new sergeant, The Chief stated it was a tough decision as 9 Hopkinton Officers applied but it was Detective Timothy Brennan who received the promotion to sergeant. "I believe that detective Brennan rose to the top in the process, he brought a unique set of skills, coupled with his education and experience. In my opinion would be the best fit for the position."

Officer Brennan is 48 years old, has a Wife and 3 Children, he lived in town for 15 years after being born in Newton, he graduated from Newton North high school in 1984. Brennan has a bachelors degree in business management and science from Bentley College in 1994 as well as a masters degree in criminal justice from Suffolk University in 2003. Officer Brennan has served Hopkinton P.D. for the last 12 years and has over 27 years of law enforcement experience.

Sergeant Timothy Brennan talked about a self defense class he would like to incorporate for children in schools, Brennan currently runs a self defense program for Women.

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Video Segment: Board of Selectmen approve Maria Casey as new town Human Resources Director

The Board of Selectmen approved Town Manager Norman Khumalo’s appointment of Maria Casey to serve as the new town Human Resources Director. Town Manager Norman Khumalo stated: "Everybody we spoke to confirmed her as being ethical, trustworthy and highly professional."

Maria talked to the board about why she was attracted to Hopkinton; "A lot of your managers are well respected, that intrigued me to continue further." Maria mentioned that Hopkinton reminded her of the community she grew up in Littleton, MA after she talked with people and went to some of the establishments. Maria has experience in a number of other communities and received the unanimous vote to become the new Human Resources Director for Hopkinton.

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Video Segment: Sky's the Limit Shows off Middle School Courtyard

Skys the Limit hosted a presentation and showed off the new Middle School courtyard. Student Ambassador Madison McDougall was kind enough to show HCAM news around the renovated courtyard. Madison talked about how the courtyard not only looks more appealing but there is plenty of space to do numerous educational and fun activities.

Middle School Assistant principal Maryellen Grady started the Sky's The Limit Project when she became motivated to transform the unused space and Principal Alan Keller gave permission to Maryellen Grady to start a school climate committee to transform the courtyard. Maryellen introduced me to Nora Bonnell and Hannah Murphy, 2 Hopkinton High School students who are heavily invested in helping the project. On her birthday Nora asked for money to benefit the Sky's the Limit Project. "When she introduced the project to me, I just think it's a great idea and I think it's a really awesome way to get students to learn in a different way and different environment." Hannah liked the idea of paying tribute to a former student colleague that passed away, Shayne Deroches.

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