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Representative Dykema Reflects on the 13th Anniversary of September 11th

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Thirteen years ago today our nation was shocked by the attacks on the World Trade Center. We remember those who lost their lives that day and thank the firefighters, policemen, EMT’s and other emergency personnel who put their safety and lives on the line to protect the rest of our community.

Thinking back to the days following the attack it was time of fear, but also of great strength and unity. As a nation and as a local community, we came together in support of our country and the ideals that make us all proud to call the United States our home.

Open House at Hopkinton Senior Center

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Hopkinton Senior Center
28 Mayhew Street
Hopkinton, MA

Saturday, September 27
9 am – 12 noon

• “Legal Planning Now to avoid the Future Crisis” workshop – (Presentation at 10 am)
Kathleen Nealon, Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorney

• “What you should know about Medicare Open Enrollment”
(Talk at 9 am, counselor available before and after for questions)
Alice Rotfort, S.H.I.N.E. counselor

Parent Alert: Dangers of a Popular Social Media App: Yik Yak

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In an effort to keep teens safe, we wanted to make you aware of a recent trend in social media.

Yik Yak is a social bulletin board displaying messages from people in a user’s area that can be voted “up” or “down” on the page.

Cross Country Opens Season with Wins

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The Hiller Boys and Girls Cross Country Team had a near-perfect defeat over the Panthers in Holliston today. Shelby Aarden came in 1st leading the Hiller XC team to the season opening win. Both Teams will meet the Mustangs next week on the 17th in Medway.

The Varsity Golf team ran their record to 3-0 with a win over the Norton Lancers today, with Holler and Johnson both carding 36's. The Hillers will bus it to Medfield on Thursday for a 330pm game.

Hopkinton Football opens at home Friday September 12th

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This is the 2nd straight season Wayland and Hopkinton will open up the season against each other as last year the Hillers took down Wayland on the road 17-0 in the first game of the year.

Massachusetts Alerts from MEMA

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Hopkinton Public Schools Strategic Plan Public Forum

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Please join the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent as they present the final draft of the 2014-2020 Hopkinton Public Schools Strategic Plan. The School Committee wanted to provide the community with the opportunity for final comments prior to voting the plan at their September 18th meeting.

The meeting will take place on Wednesday, September 10th from 7:00-8:30 PM at HCAM Studio, 77 Main Street.

HCAM Studio is located in the basement (accessed through the elevator) at 77 Main Street beside the Fire Station.

Hiller Scores for Tuesday

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On Monday, the Hiller Field Hockey team loss to The Blue Raiders in Hopedale 5-2, Hiller Frosh Maggie Dolan scored both of Hopkinton's goals. The Hillers go to Holliston on Wednesday to play the Panthers at 330pm.

Today at the High School Athletic Fields, Soccer hosted Dover-Sherborn. The Hiller Girls team tied The Raiders 1-1, with Rachel Calkins tallying the Hiller goal. The Boys Soccer team loss 1-0. Both teams play Medfield on Wednesday with the Boys Hosting the Warriors at 330pm and the Girls busing it to Medfield for 530pm.

Planning Board Updated on Legacy Farms Progress

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Work on Legacy Farms is underway, and Roy MacDowell stopped into the September 8 Planning Board meeting to give an update. The three areas covered in the update were the East Main Street sidewalk, the East Main Street road work, and the proposed hockey rink.

Roadwork Notice in Hopkinton

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The following roads will be closed on Thursday September 11th for final paving. Please seek alternate routes. School buses will be allowed through the work zone.

Teresa Rd – From Hayden Rowe St to Nicholas Rd will be closed from 7am-11am.
Fruit St – From Cunningham St to 625’ North of Victory Ln will be closed from 11am-4pm.

Thank you,

Mike Mansir
Hopkinton Highway Manager


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