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HCAM News: 5-27-2016

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On this edition of HCAM News, we will get you up to date with Hillers Sports including the Hillers Girls tennis team who finished undefeated in the TVL, a beloved restaurant in Hopkinton has opened their doors at a new location, the Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual State of the Town address and Courtney will fill you in with what to expect on the HCAM channels with our HCAM insider but first, here are some happenings in town, you should know about.

Touch a Truck Festival this weekend at Hopkinton High School

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Touch-a-Truck is THIS weekend! We'd be so pleased if you would join us at the event this Sunday, June 12 between 11am-2pm at the Hopkinton High School Parking Lot.

Your little ones can touch and climb on trucks, and you can enjoy some great eats!!
Roaming Railroad will be there for the whole family to take a ride on a train! Have the kids get their face painted and see what else we have in store!

Fall Sports Signups for Hopkinton High School Now Open

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Dear Parents,

Fall sports sign ups are now open. Please visit the high school athletic home page and scroll down to the Family ID button and register your son or daughter for Fall sports. Please note you can upload his/her current physical right onto the Family ID site if you need to update it for the Fall. Physicals are good for 13 months.

Thank you
Jeanette Emerson
Athletic Trainer

Video: Blackstone Valley Wealth Management LLC. awards 2016 HHS graduate scholarship

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Blackstone Valley Wealth Management LLC. announced the recipient of their annual Hopkinton High School Scholarship. The scholarship is rewarded to a Hopkinton High School graduating senior who is pursuing a higher education and is a child in a single-parent home. This years recipient was Andrew Simi. Simi will be attending Umass-Amherst next year studying Operation and Information Management.

Video: Hopkinton HS Students Host Best Hillers Spring Highlights

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Hopkinton High School Students Michael Poovakad, Jacob Schmidt, Andrea Bogan, Noah Buentello, Everett Rolph and William Griffith along with HCAM News Director Tom Nappi hosted a special edition of HCAM news to show some of the best Sports highlights of the Hillers Spring Season. View the episode below!

Hopkinton Hillers Golf Update 6-8-2016

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Good Morning Everyone,

HHS Dedicates Cafe

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June 7, 2016 - I wanted to let you know our Student Council presented Audrey Vorce a plaque this morning renaming our cafeteria area to "Audrey's Place" after 38 dedicated years to the Hopkinton School system. The plaque will be prominently displayed in the serving area for years to come. Audrey's daughter, granddaughter, husband and a few other family members were also in attendance this morning.

Congrats again to Audrey on her retirement and a big thanks to Brian Prescott, Jen Martell and our Student Council for their work on this dedication.


Video: Memorial Day Highlights

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View highlights from the Memorial Day Festivities in Hopkinton below. This year Memorial Day festivities took place in-front of a packed house at St. Johns Parish due to rain. Lieutenant, Michael Foley was the key speaker. The full ceremony will be posted soon. View Pictures from the ceremony here.

Video: Hillers Softball Playoffs Highlights

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On Monday June 6th, the #6th seeded, Hopkinton Hillers took down the #11th seeded Plymouth South Panthers 1-0. Heather Holly scored the only Hillers run off of a Emily Whelan single. The Hillers scored 1 run off of 4 hits. Bri Mirabile struck out 11 in the victory.

Video: Hillers Varisty Girls BBall Coach, Mike Greco talks Hillers Summer Camp

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"Come work with the Hopkinton High School Girls Basketball Staff along with former and current Hillers Varsity players!
Players will work on individual skills through fun and competitive drills. Players will learn about team play and sportsmanship while gaining experience through a morning and afternoon game. Players of all abilities are welcome to environment. Be a part of the thirty-year tradition of work to improve their basketball skills in a fun Hopkinton’s “Bliss Camp.”


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