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Yard Sale Donations Wanted

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Unused or unwanted items in your attic? The Hopkinton Historical Society is accepting used household goods in good condition for their upcoming yard sale on June 6-7. Drop-off times (at 168 Hayden Rowe St) are Tuesdays and Thursdays (3:00-5:00 PM) and Saturdays (1:00-4:00 PM) from May 23 through June 4. Call 508-435-4502 for more information. Please no electronics, clothing, or books.

Hillers Beat Mustangs 4-1

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The Hopkinton High School Girls Varsity remain undefeated after beating the Mustangs 4-1 at Medway High on Wednesday.

An outstanding performance by Senior Carola Segale and Junior Emma Litavis as they had their first varsity start and played a close match at #2 doubles, falling to their opponents 7-6 (7-5), 2-6, 5-10. HHS won in straight sets at #1, 2, and 3 singles, and at #1 doubles to clinch the match.

The Ladies will defend their 10-0 League record against the Westwood Wolverines at home today starting at 3:30 pm.

TVL Standings: Baseball, Softball, Tennis, Lacrosse 5-14-2015

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Baseball:
Westwood 14-0 (12-0)
Medfield 9-4 (8-4)
Medway 8-6 (7-5)
Bellingham 8-6 (7-6)
Ashland 7-7 (7-7)
Norton 6-6 (6-6)
Holliston 5-8 (5-7)
Hopkinton 5-8 (5-8)
Dover-Sherborn 5-9 (4-8)
Millis 1-11 (0-10)

Softball:
Hopkinton 13-1 (12-0)
Norton 11-1 (10-1)
Bellingham 12-2 (11-2)
Holliston 6-7 (6-6)
Westwood 5-9 (5-7)
Medfield 5-9 (4-8)
Medway 5-7 (5-7)
Millis 3-9 (2-9)
Dover-Sherborn 2-10 (2-10)
Ashland 2-11 (2-11)

Hopkinton Girl Scouts Announce Annual Bridging Ceremony - May 26th

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Hopkinton Girl Scouts will celebrate their many accomplishments by crossing the 'bridge' in a symbolic recognition of their completion of one level and preparation for the transition to the next level; including Daisies to Brownies, Brownies to Juniors, Juniors to Cadettes, Cadettes to Seniors and Seniors to Adults. This annual time honored celebration of all levels of Hopkinton Girl Scouts, will be held at Faith Community Church in Hopkinton on May 26th, 2015 at 6:00pm.

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Hillers Softball Highlights: 5/11 VS Millis, 5/13 VS Medway

5/11/2015

Hillers Softball Improved to 12 and 1 with 12-0 Mercy victory over Millis in 5 Innings.
WP - Juliet Hulme - 5 IP, 5 Strikeouts, 2 Walks and gave up 2 Hits
Bri Mirabile - 2-3, RBI, 1 Run, 2 Stolen Bases
Hanna Engstrom - 2-3, BB, 1 Run, 3 RBI's
Jenna Bogan - 1-1, HBP, Sac Go, 2 RBI's, 2 Runs, SB

Bottom 1st - 2 RBI single from Kate Welzel scores Maille Bennett and Lizzy Kelley (2-0), Jenna Bogan Sac Ground out scores Kayla Sullivan (3-0), Bri Mirabile RBI single scores Kate Welzel (4-0 Hillers)

Bottom 2nd - Hanna Engstrom RBI double scores Renee Cooprider (5-0), Lizzy Kelley Sac FO scores Hanna Engstrom (6-0 Hillers)

Bottom 3rd - Hanna Engstrom 2 RBI single scores Jenna Bogan and Nicole Comeau (8-0 Hillers)

Bottom 4th - Jenna Bogan RBI single scores Lizzy Kelley (9-0), Jenna Bogan Steals home on double steal (10-0), Renee Cooprider RBI single scores Bri Mirabile (11-0 Hillers)

Bottom 5th - Kayla Sullivan RBI double Scores Lizzy Kelley (12-0 Mercy)

5/13/2015

Hillers improve to 13 and 1 in 5 inning mercy 16-0 victory over Medway
WP - Juliet Hulme pitches all 5 innings and gets the No Hitter, 5 K's, 4 Walks
Kate Welzel - 3-3, GS HR, 7 RBI's, 3 Runs, SB
Jenna Bogan - 3-4, HR, 2 RBI's, 1 Run,

Bottom 1st - Kayla Sullivan double scores Lizzy Kelley (1-0), Kate Welzel double scores Kayla Sullivan (2-0), Jenna Bogan RBI single scores Welzel (3-0 Hillers)

Bottom 2nd - Lindsay Whittles RBI double scores Nikki Comeau (4-0 Hillers)

Bottom 3rd - Kate Welzel RBI single scores Kayla Sullivan (5-0), Kate Welzel scores on Error (6-0 Hillers)

Bottom 4th - Kayla Sullivan walk scores Engstrom (7-0), Kate Welzel GRAND SLAM scores Whittles, Kelley and Sullivan (11-0), Jenna Bogan hits solo HR (12-0), Colleen Mitchell RBI single scores Hulme (13-0), Lindsay Whittles RBI single scores Comeau (14-0), Azilee Curl RBI single scores Holly (15-0), Kate Welzel Sac FO scores Mitchell (16-0)

Watch Highlights and more of the Coach Dennis Baker J.R. interview in the highlight package below.

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Video: Hillers Softball VS Norton 5-4-2015

Softball 5/4/2015
Hopkinton (9-1) defeats Norton (8-1) 6-0

W.P. Juliet Hulme (4-0) L.P. Kelly Nelson (8-1)

Hop: Juliet Hulme – 18 K’s
Hop: Kayla Sullivan (1-2) HR, 2RBI
Hop: Lindsay Whittles (1-3) 2RBI
Hop: Hanna Engstrom (2-4) 2 Runs

Top 1st - Juliet Hulme Strikes out the Side
Bottom 1st - Kayla Sullivan HR scores Hanna Engstrom (2-0 Hillers)
Top 2nd - Juliet Hume Strikes out the Side
Top 3rd - Juliet Hulme Strikes out the Side
Top 4th - Juliet Hulme Strikes out 4 (1 reached on passed ball)
Top 5th - Juliet Hulme Strikes out 3 (1 reached on passed ball)
Bottom 5th - Lindsay Whittles RBI Sac Fly scores Maille Bennett (3-0 Hillers)
Top 6th - Juliet Hulme Strikes out 1
Bottom 6th - Hanna Engstrom 2 RBI Single scores Hulme and Comeau (5-0 Hillers), Lindsay Whittles RBI Single scores Engstrom (6-0 Hillers)
Top 7th - Hulme Strikes out 1

Hopkinton Hillers score 6 runs on 7 hits and had 3 errors
Norton Lancers score 0 runs on 2 hits and had 3 errors

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Video: Water-Sewer Manager Eric Carty and Owner of Weston Nurseries Peter Mezitt talk Rain Barrels

The water & sewer department is working with local businesses to help encourage water conservation. Water & Sewer manager Eric Carty and owner of Weston nurseries Peter Mezitt talked about how the purchase of a rain barrel can help reduce water consumption. Hopkinton residents are also being offered a discount on rain barrels.

Water & Sewer Manager mentioned that Weston Nurseries, Angels Garden Center and Evergreen Garden Center are working with the town to raise awareness for water conservation; "we're unfortunately mandated by the state, to put on water restrictions every year". Carty mentioned that the garden centers are working with the town to show how patrons can water their gardens properly while being cautions of water use.

In the video below, owner of Weston Nurseries Peter Mezitt and Water & Sewer Manager Eric Carty show how to properly use a Rain Barrel.

Editorial: School Committee Candidate Brian Karp statement about Religious Observence

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Dear Hopkinton Residents,

The School Committee’s failure to fully embrace the needs of families and the committee’s inadequate method of obtaining public input at its meetings are very troubling to me.

With regard to the needs of families, on May 6, 2015 the School Department announced that on Thursday, May 14th the School Committee will be reviewing the Religious Holiday Observance and Religious Expression Policy. I do not believe that it is merely a coincidence that the committee is planning to review this policy 4 days before the town election.

HCA: Arts in Bloom Exhibit Announces Prize Winners

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Hopkinton Center for the Arts host annual juried exhibit

House & Garden Tour in Celebration of Hopkinton’s 300th Anniversary

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A House & Garden Tour will be given on Sunday, June 14 from 11:00 AM-5:00 PM in celebration of Hopkinton's 300th Anniversary.

Tickets bought in advance cost $25.00, and are available at the Hopkinton Garden Club’s Annual Plant Sale on May 16 from 8:00 AM-12:00 PM on the Town Common. Tickets are also available at Angel’s Garden Center, 65 School St. & Country Plus, 20 Main St. Cash or check only.

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