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Hillers Wrestling is 12 and 0

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Hopkinton Wrestling won a quad-meet Saturday January 10th. The Hillers beat host New Bedford 45-24, Stoughton 51-21 and Waltham 28-0. Several Hillers had an undefeated day in the meet including; Connor Patrick, Chsi Zarba, Ethan Poovakad, Sam Esfahani, Lukas Kaminski, Conrad Lavoie and Josh Sokol.

Helen A. Haven, 91

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Helen A. Haven, 91, of Hopkinton, passed away Sunday, January 11, 2015 at Countryside Nursing Home in Framingham. Born in Framingham, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Adele (Zambelli) Tedeschi and Lena (Dieana) Tedeschi. She was the wife of the late Donald Lyman Haven.

Pizza Party and the Music of John Guido

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The Hopkinton Senior Center is having a Pizza Party Lunch on Thursday, January 22 at 12 noon. Hopkinton resident and musician John Guido will entertain the crowd.

Cost: $5 per person.
Menu: Pizza and Salad.

Meatball Subs or Roast Beef sandwiches are available by advanced request at sign up by Tuesday, Jan 20 at the Front Desk.

Regular Lunch Goers must sign up for this event if they plan to attend.

There will be no regular lunch service this day!

Hiller Alumna to Run Boston for SIDS

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Courtney Test is a 2008 Graduate of Hopkinton High School and honed her running skills on the streets and hills of Hopkinton, represented the Hillers and later UMASS, trained through injuries, snow, sleet, rain, and hot weather, never gave up her dreams, and recently completed her first marathon in Chicago.

Hopkinton's Teddy Doherty in running for one of the Most Coveted College Hockey Award

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Junior Hockey Player at Boston College Teddy Doherty was named a nominee for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. The award is one of college hockey's most prestigious awards.

Teddy Doherty so far this season has played 19 games for the Boston College Eagles, scoring 5 goals, racking up 10 assists for 15 points total.
Doherty was also a key force last season in the Boston College NCAA Frozen Four Semi-Final run.

Laura E. Proctor, 85

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Laura E. Proctor, 85, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, January 8, 2015 at Genesis Healthcare in Milford. Born in Topsfield, MA, she was the daughter of the late Stella M. (Hull) and Joseph M. Jackson. She was the wife of the late Harold W. Proctor who passed away in 2008.

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Video Segment: High School Assistant Principal Josh Hanna talks "Top of the Hill" program

The HHS Top of the Hill Program honors alumni for their exceptional achievements and contributions to society. This program is brought to you by Hopkinton High School, The Hopkinton Parent Teacher Association, and The Hopkinton Education Foundation.

Alumni Nominated Must Have:
1) Graduated from HHS at least 10 years ago.
2) Demonstrated a high level of achievement & made significant contributions to work, home, community or volunteer efforts.
3) Exhibited leadership, character, and service.

Find the Nomination Form Here: HHS Top of the Hill Nomination Form. here

Assistant Principal Josh Hanna explained the program will honor alumni from Hopkinton High School who have reached the pinnacle of their chosen professions or have contributed to their communities. "Former students will be invited back to the school to interact with current students in an effort to inspire students to what they could become or conspire to be."
The recipients will be invited the week before thanksgiving to network with students and receive an award at a banquet. The program was created in a joint effort by the 300th anniversary committee, Hopkinton Education Foundation and Hopkinton Parent Teachers Association. Hanna also explained that this is a similar model to what has been done at Natick High School.

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Video Segment: Bob Dobinski talks Hopkinton Public Ice Rink

The Parks and Recreation Commission with the help of the Fire Department, DPW and many other organizations brought back Ice Skating to Hopkinton. A professionally installed public Ice rink was put in place at the Hopkinton High School outdoor basketball courts. Chair of the Parks and Recreation Commission Bob Dobinski explained. "Almost 30 years ago they used to flood the basketball courts and have an ice rink but for whatever reason they stopped doing it." "We had the rink professionally installed and the materials we will be able to use year to year."

The rink will be open 2-10pm pending safe ice. You can stay tuned to the HCAM website, facebook and twitter page for rink updates.

For Parks and Recreation Commission information:

Girls and Boys Indoor Track and Field Both Improve to 4-0 with Wins vs Westwood

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The Hopkinton Hillers Girls Indoor Track and Field Team improved to 4 and 0 defeating Westwood by a total score of 59-27.

Hopkinton First Place Finishes Include:
Hurdle - Nicole Belisle
600 M - Emily Hoffman
300 M - Emily Mastrianni
High Jump - Zoe Komodromos
1000 M - Isabelle Giordano
Relay was won by Hopkinton

The Hopkinton Hillers Boys Indoor Track and Field Team also improved to 4 and 0 defeating Westwood 75-10. Hopkinton athletes finished 1st in every event.

Learn To Build A Float

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A fun and free event where you can learn how to build a float for the 300th Anniversary Parade. Start now so you will be ready for the parade in September.

Learn how to actually build a float, how to recruit others to help you, how to find a place to build it, and how to raise money for materials.

Hopkinton Fire Station - 2nd floor training room.

Float Building Workshop
Sat, January 24, 10:00 AM


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