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Heritage Quilt Raises $6,000

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Hopkinton Public Library Foundation’s Heritage Quilt raised $6,000 for the restoration, renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library. Marathon Quilters, a small group of local quilters, are creating a unique and beautiful quilt that looks like a bookcase in our Library, with the spines of each book proudly displaying the names of over 80 local businesses, community groups, families and individuals who generously gave to the Heritage Quilt project.

Hopkinton Democratic Town Committee Meeting

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All Democrats are invited to join us for the November 20th meeting of the Hopkinton Democratic Town Committee.

Guest speakers:

•Sen. Barry Finegold (D, Andover), candidate for Massachusetts Attorney General
•Kate Donaghue, member of the Democratic National Committee, the Democratic State Committee, and Chair of the Westborough Democratic Town Committee

St. Paul’s Collecting Donations for Project Just Because

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Once again, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Hopkinton will be collecting items for The Giving Tree from now until December 8. This program assists Project Just Because in providing gifts to thousands of needy children at the holidays. Each needy child’s wish list is placed on a heart, and the hearts hang on Christmas trees at St. Paul’s. Parishioners and the general public are welcome to sponsor a boy or girl, from newborn to teen.

HHS Class of 2003 - Heather Siebert Community Fundraiser

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Heather Siebert was a student of Hopkinton High School and a friend to all who knew her. While she was originally a member of the Class of 2003, unexpected and mysterious health problems forced Heather to face a long and difficult battle – a battle she faced with an inspiring level of courage and strength. Even though continuing her education was difficult at times, Heather worked hard, overcame obstacles, and ultimately graduated from HHS in 2004. She even went on to complete her freshman year at Plymouth State University despite her ongoing health needs.

Advent Wreath Making Workshop

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Sunday, December 1, 2013
Drop in anytime between 3-5 pm
St. John’s Parish Hall

Create your own fresh Advent wreath for your home.

All materials provided, including assorted fresh greens and candles.
There will be seasoned helpers on hand for assistance.
$20 per wreath, payable by cash or check.
Refreshments will be served.

New this year!
There will also be a station for children to make Christmas cards
for the residents of Golden Pond.

Elm Street Sewer Construction

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Please be advised that sewer construction will be taking place on the dead end section of Elm Street, from the intersection of Lumber Street westerly, for the next ten (10) days. There will be minimal impact to through traffic. The only traffic impact will be for motorists traveling along that dead end section, but one lane of traffic will be maintained in that section at all times. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Sincerely,
John K. Westerling
Director of Public Works

Principal's Coffee Rescheduled

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November 13, 2013

Dear Parents/Guardians:

We apologize for the short notice, however, tonight's Principal Coffee is cancelled.

Our next coffee is scheduled for Wednesday, January 29, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. in the Middle School Library.

Thank you,

Alan M. Keller

Principal

Book Sale and Author Appearance at The Library

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Friends of the Library Book Sale
Saturday, November 16 from 10 to 3

9-10 am is a special Member’s Only Preview—join or renew your Membership at the door for early admittance

Sunday, November 17
Bag Sale from 11 to 2

Fill a brown paper bag provided by us for only $5

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Hopkinton Public Library presents
Ted Reinstein
TV Correspondent & Author

Wednesday, Nov 20, 7:00 p.m.

Hopkinton Cheerleaders Take First Place

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The last invitational cheerleading competition was held over the weekend at the Whitman-Hanson Invitational meet in Whitman MA. The Hopkinton Cheerleaders finished very strong, taking first place in their division, besting several other teams from the eastern Massachusetts.

Now it’s on to the South Regional Championship next weekend, November 17, at Dartmouth HS, Dartmouth MA., Time: TBA. The Hopkinton Cheerleaders will be going up against some of the best cheer squads in Southern MA. Then it’s on to the State Championships.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts Aims to Raise $20,000

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts is about to launch its annual Red Carpet Silent Auction, which is the nonprofit’s biggest fundraiser. This year’s auction is the HCA’s most ambitious yet: the goal is unprecedented at $20,000. The auction runs through November 18.

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