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BAA Marathon Notice To Residents of Hopkinton

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The Boston Athletic Association, organizer of the Boston Marathon®, thanks residents of the Town of Hopkinton for their patience and cooperation as we worked with many partners to plan an event of this size and scope. The 118th Boston Marathon will be a special event for the Greater Boston area and our sport as a whole. For more race day information, please visit www.baa.org.

118TH BOSTON MARATHON® | APRIL 21, 2014

Boston Marathon Cut-A-Thon Today!

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A Boston Marathon Cut-A-Thon will take place at Ann-Michele’s Uptown Hair Design on Main Street in Hopkinton on Sunday April 6, to raise money for Team Project Just Because. Come in for $15 haircuts (no blow-dry) and $10 mini manicures from 9 AM-1 PM. Walk-ins and appointments accepted. 100% of the money raised will support Team Project Just Because. To make an appointment, call 508-435-9422.

Team Project Just Because: Ann Michele Dragsbaek, Kyle Kelley, Jeanne Vumbaca, Cheryl Kelley and Vanessa Brown

2014 Town Warrant Is Available

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The 2014 Annual Town Meeting warrant as signed and set by the Selectmen on Tuesday is available to be downloaded.

Library Expansion Funding Goes To Voters in May

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Hopkinton Library was the topic of discussion at a meeting at the State House on April 2nd with representatives from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC), Representative Carolyn Dykema and Senator Karen Spilka. In March, Hopkinton moved up to #3 on the waiting list for its $4.5 million state Library Construction Grant. A bond bill including $150 million for Public Library Construction has passed the House of Representatives, and is expected to pass the Senate and be signed by the Governor by the end of June.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts Announces Call for Art for Juried Arts in Bloom Show

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts has announced a call for artwork submissions for its annual juried art exhibit Arts in Bloom, which will show at the HCA Farmhouse April 28 – May 23, 2014. This year’s juror is Jane Young, director of the Chase Young Gallery in Boston, MA. Arts in Bloom is the HCA’s most prestigious annual art event, and a public reception will be held on Friday, May 2, 2014 at 6:30 pm. In addition to selecting work for the show, the juror will also select artwork to receive finishing place designations and cash prizes.

Hillers Take Opener

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Hopkinton High School Lady Hillers take the season Opener from Westwood 4-1. Won at 1st singles - Olivia Anderson, 2nd singles - Vanessa Prathab, and swept doubles.

Hopkinton Green Up Day

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VOLUNTEER HELP WANTED!

Elmwood School will be doing our share as part of “Hopkinton Green up Day”

When: Saturday, April 12th, at 8:30 am-11:30am.
Where: Meet at the Elmwood School Main Entrance
Who: All ages encouraged to participate!

Message from DPW Water and Sewer Division

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Please be advised that the DPW water and sewer division will be installing new outside water meter reading units at customer’s homes and business in the area of West Main, Elm, School, Priscilla, DiCarlo, Elizabeth, Hearthstone, Stonecrossing and side streets in those areas. In most cases this does not require entry into the home. However, in some instances technicians may need to gain access to your basement to make the necessary connection.

We thank you for your cooperation in this
matter.

Don't miss the "Spirit Of The Marathon"

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Exclusive Hopkinton screening of the documentary film - Spirit of the Marathon II.
Friday, April 11, 2014 – 7:00 PM
Hopkinton High School Auditorium
90 Hayden Rowe, Hopkinton Massachusetts

“The marathon is the oldest, biggest, totally peaceful community activity in history.”
-Roger Robinson, Author and Journalist

Host Family Opportunity

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Would you open your heart and home for the experience of a life time? Educatius International is looking for a few loving families to host a full year or semester international student for next year. Educatius has been placing international students in Hopkinton High School since the inception of the international program four years ago. Your local coordinator Ann Northup is 5 minutes away, or a phone call away and ready to support you and her students with home visits, monthly check-ins and any back-up you might need including a place to stay if you need to leave town.

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