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Hopkinton Women's Club Present Annual Awards

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The Hopkinton Women's Club Annual Awards Luncheon was held on April 26, 2017 at the Hopkinton Country Club.

The Hopkinton Women's Club Annual Awards recipients are: MassSTAR recipient: Justin Normandeau, Junior Honor Girl: Emily Dembinski, Senior Honor Girl: Colette Fritsche, and Mary McDonough Community Service Award: Clare Wu.

Video: Hillers Baseball VS Westwood

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In baseball the 7 and 2 Westwood Wolverines visited the red hot 5 and 2 Hopkinton Hillers. After starting 0-2 the Hillers won 5 straight. Hopkinton took the victory 14-7 and improves to 6 and 2 while Westwood falls to 7 and 3.

Editorial: Supporting Ken Weismantel and Gary Trendel for Planning Board

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Please join with me in voting for Ken Weismantel and Gary Trendel for the two 5-year seats on the Planning Board. Ken and Gary have complementary skills and perspectives that will serve our community well in the years ahead.

Hopkinton Education Foundation Boston Marathon Recap

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The sun was shining, the High School was filled with runners and the anticipation was building. The months of prep had led Bill Goebel of Westborough to that moment at 11:15 when the gun went off and he began the 26.2 mile run that he had been waiting for; his first Boston Marathon in support of the Hopkinton Education Foundation. "The crowd support was amazing and like nothing I've experienced before and am still amazed that I could run for 26 miles and kept my hand up hig h fiving people the entire way."

The Treblemakers Spring Concert

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Wednesday, May 24th, 7:00 pm

Performances are at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts
98 Hayden Rowe Street

Tickets are $15.00, $10.00 for seniors, children under 5 are free. Admission includes light refreshments after the show.

Tickets will be on sale at the door and online. To purchase tickets or for more details, go to

Job Posting: Seasonal Intermittent Laborer

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The Town of Hopkinton seeks 3 Intermittent Laborers for 40 hours per week available to work between approximately May 22nd through September 1st to perform the following duties:

 Lawn mowing
 Weed trimming
 Miscellaneous property cleanups
 Other maintenance-type related duties

• Ability to drive a one-ton dump truck with trailer
• Prior experience with landscaping and/or maintenance
• Good interpersonal skills and the ability to follow written and verbal instructions

Michael J. Mantenuto, 35

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Michael J. Mantenuto, 35, passed away Monday, April 24, 2017. Born in Natick, MA, he was the son of Kerry Barton Lee of Lunenburg, MA and formerly Hopkinton, MA and Edward Mantenuto of Holliston, MA and was married to Kati Vienneau of Fort Lewis, WA and Medford, MA. They had two children Ava and Leo. Michael is survived by three sisters, and their families; Katie Mantenuto and Will Thomas, and son Andrew of Lunenburg, Meggan Mantenuto Hope, Dave Hope and their children Lily and Landon, and Lauren Mantenuto of Boulder, CO.

Monthly Veteran's Breakfast

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Hopkinton Veterans are invited to attend the monthly breakfast held in their honor on Friday, May 5 at 9 am at the Hopkinton Senior Center, 28 Mayhew Street. Breakfast is sponsored by Brookdale.

Boston Music Award Winner Ellis Paul in Concert at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) presents master songwriter
and storyteller Ellis Paul in concert on Saturday, May 13 at 8 p.m. Paul is an American folk musician and
traveling songwriter with 5,000 shows and 25 years of road miles under his wheels. He's produced 20
albums of his own music, written songs for Grammy winners, had songs on television and in movies and
has written books for adults and children. His songwriting retreats and classes are well regarded for

Hopkinton Annual Town Meeting May 2nd 2017 Day 2 Updates

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View the Special town meeting on HCAM or online here:.

Article 39: Sign Bylaw - Passed
-Only allows for signs on first floor of building.
-Current signs that violate by-law of Article, Grandfathered in.

Article 40: Public Consumption of Tetrahydrocannabinol - Passed
$100 fine rather than $300


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