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Hopkinton Education Foundation invites you to the 2018 Annual Gala

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The Hopkinton Education Foundation invites you to attend their annual Gala, Saturday March 24th 2018 7-11pm at the Doubletree Ballroom, 11 Beaver St. in Milford, MA.

We are excited to announce our Gala tickets starting tonight. Don't miss out on the our Early Bird ticket prices which will be available for $75/pp for a week!

Music again by the incredible Velvet Skies along with many incredible raffles and auction items!

Have a great time and support the Hopkinton Schools.

“Rhythm of Love” Cabaret Directed by Alyssa Rae Surrette Musical Director, Eric Balboni

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Enter Stage Left Theater presents “Rhythm of Love” Cabaret, a musical performance of love-themed songs that have been chosen by, and hold special meaning for, each cast member.

Featuring high school performers from Hopkinton and surrounding towns (as well as special appearances by well-known, area performers), this 80-minute production is highly interactive, with cast members “breaking the fourth wall” by sitting with the audience and adding context before and after each number.

Hopkinton Education Foundation: Support our Marathon runner - Amy Dorfman

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The Hopkinton Education Foundation is proud to announce Amy Dorfman, a local mother and speech pathologist, as the winner of our invitational number for the 122nd Boston Marathon. Upon hearing the news, “I'm elated, nervous, and excited to run for HEF!!”

Please help support her by donating here:

Hopkinton Education Foundation Receives $50,000 from Middlesex Savings Bank Gift will be used for Grants in the Hopkinton Public Schools

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The Hopkinton Education Foundation today announced it received a $50,000 gift from Middlesex Savings Bank. The support will allow The Hopkinton Education Foundation to continue to advance its mission of advancing innovation in the schools across the district.

Everyone Fits in The Big Tent

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A large photo in an ornate gold frame of a young girl walking away into the snow, her purple feathery wings outstretched. (Chelsea Bradway) A life-size copper-colored bust of Einstein inscribed “JUST KIDDING.” (William Moser) A locket on a silver chain holding a miniature landscape painting. (Mary Morano)

Welcome to the unpredictable exhibition offering views of the worlds of the artist members of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.

Vets Breakfast on February 2nd.

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Dear Veterans and Friends:

Your upcoming Vets Breakfast is on 2 February 2018, at 0900 hours, at the Senior Center. It is another wonderful opportunity to share camaraderie, community, and chow with fellow veterans.

Tribute will be paid to comrades who passed away during the past month, and those who are on "Sick Call" will be acknowledged. It will be a generous gesture if you can pay a visit or send a card to one or more of our ailing comrades.

Joyce L. Olson, 85

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Joyce L. Olson, 85, of Northborough, and a former longtime Hopkinton resident, passed away Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at Beaumont Nursing Home in Northborough. Born in East Hartford, CT., she was the daughter of the late Grace (Tourtelotte) and George Irvine. She was the wife of the late Dana F. Olson.

Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 1-25-2018

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-Hopkinton Wrestling defeated Bellingham Wednesday Night 39-12. Hopkinton is now 7-12-1 (2-3 in TVL) on the season. Freshman, Will Tedstone (113), Sophomore, Nate Burtucci-Bassonette (160) and Dan Sage (285) won by pin.

-Newton South Girls Basketball defeated Hopkinton (9-4) 44-32. Senior Captain, Ivy Gogolin had 8 points, 12 rebounds for the Hillers.

-Hopkinton Boys Hockey (10-1-1) defeated Dover-Sherborn (5-6-2) 5-1. Will Abbott scored 2 goals and had 1 assist in the win.

Video: Planning Board Hosts Chamberlain St, Whalen Road Public Hearing

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This past Monday (1/22), the planning board meeting aired live on hcam. their were 2 public hearings. The first public hearing was regarding the Chamberlain Street/Whalen Road. REC Hopkinton LLC proposed a 32 lot single family subdivision between chamberlain street and Whalen road. Kathi Sherry of R.E.C. Hopkinton LLC described the plan for the proposed conventional subdivision.

Thomas W. Alexander, 88

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Thomas W. Alexander, 88, of Holliston, passed away peacefully on Monday, January 22, 2018. Born in Belmont, he was the son of the late Thomas S. and Eliza J. (Sheppard) Alexander.

Tom was the loving husband of the late Joanne M. Alexander for 55 years. Father to Thomas and his wife, Andrea, of East Falmouth, Scott and his wife, Toni, of Hopkinton, Bruce and his fiancée, Angela, of Belchertown, and his loving daughter and caregiver, Laurie Greenwood and her husband, Roger, of Milford.


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