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Construction of Hopkinton Public Library Almost Complete: Help Write the Final Chapter!

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It’s almost here! Just a few short months away this Fall, the doors will open to the newly renovated and expanded Hopkinton Public Library at 13 Main Street. The new walls of the addition are being painted, furniture has been selected, signage is being designed, and plans are in the works to move the Library back to its historic downtown location. This $11.7 million project is the culmination of years of planning and support from Town leaders and residents.

Town of Hopkinton Notice of Vacancies, May 24th 2017

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The following Vacancies (see below) are open and available to all Hopkinton residents.

New HCAM Live Program: The Jen and Margie Show Airs Tonight!

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The Jen and Margie Show is a new live hour of local talk TONIGHT!

Join our hosts, Jen Belesi and Margi Wiggin, who will be talking about current issues concerning our town, Massachusetts, and national events. Even more exciting, you are INVITED into the conversation!

This live show will be taking your stories, thoughts and comments via phone, email, facebook, and twitter! Join us every Wednesday from 7 to 8 PM on HCAM-TV.

Free Pasta Dinner at St. Paul’s May 31

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The April Community Pasta Supper at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 61 Wood Street (Rte. 135) will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 31. All are welcome to this event, which is being supported by the churches of the Hopkinton Christian Service Connection. This pasta supper is held for the community on the last Wednesday of every month.

The meal will feature pasta (gluten free available), vegetarian tomato sauce, meatballs on the side, green salad, bread, beverages, and dessert.
The pasta supper is free, although donations will be accepted.

James A. Valis and Gregg R. Manis Attend LPL Financial Private Wealth Symposium

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James A. Valis, CFP® and Gregg R. Manis, CFP®, independent financial advisors at Blackstone Valley Wealth Management, LLC. in Hopkinton, MA, recently attended LPL Financial’s Private Wealth Symposium, an invitation-only conference tailored to LPL advisors who support high-net-worth (HNW) clients. The two-day symposium gathered over 270 LPL advisors, LPL executives and industry leaders for discussions on HNW trends and strategies in the context of today’s financial advice landscape.

2017 Arts in Bloom

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Reception & Prize Announcements: Thursday, May 25 at 6:30pm
Exhibit: May 22 - June 22
HCA Gallery - Open to All

The HCA's most popular juried art show is back starting this week! Of the 116 works submitted 41 pieces (see list) were chosen by guest juror Mim Brooks Fawcett, Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Attleboro Art Museum.

Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce Presents State of the Town

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Date: June 1, 2017
Time: 7:30am - 9:00am
Location: HCAM, 77 Main Street #15, Hopkinton
Please join us on Thursay, June 1st at HCAM studios at 7:30am for our annual State of the Town event. Featuring presentations by:

Scott Richardson - Chamber President
Norman Khumalo - Town Manager
Cathy MacLeod - Superintendent of Schools
Board of Selectmen

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Hopkinton Girl Scout Troop needs your help!

Second grade Girl Scout troop #89242 is working on a service learning project to support African refugee children in Worcester and would like your help. The African Community Education program has told the troop about their needs and the scouts will be conducting a collection. The troop is collecting Walmart gift cards, packaged cookies, headphones, backpacks, and school supplies. Items can be new or used and the age target is 10-18.

The troop will also be collecting letters of welcome and acceptance to the refugees. Those should not be sealed and should be addressed, "Dear Friend".

The collection will occur May 30-June 2 at Angel's Garden Center, Middlesex Savings Bank, and the Hopkinton Public Library (as well as some school sites for students). For more information about African refugee children in Worcester, see

Helen A. (Smith) O’Brien, 88

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Helen A. (Smith) O’Brien, 88, died Sunday, May 21, 2017 at Beaumont Rehab and Skilled Nursing Center in Westborough. She was the widow of John A. O’Brien, who died in 1993.

Born in Grafton, she was the daughter of the late William and Ellen (Cronin) Smith. She graduated from St. Stephen's High School in Worcester, then from Lesley College in Cambridge and worked as an elementary school teacher in Hopkinton for 35 years.

She is survived by many cousins and predeceased by her sister, Maureen Smith, who died in 2002.

Thomas M. Kinzler, Sr., Hopkinton

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Thomas M. Kinzler, Sr., of Hopkinton, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, surrounded by his family, after a four-year battle with cancer. He is the beloved husband of 35 years to Margaret “Peggy” (Savoy) Kinzler.

Thomas Kinzler was born in Pittsburgh, PA, and is the son of Margaret (Bradburn) of Pittsburgh, PA, and the late Ralph Kinzler, Sr. He was raised and educated in Pittsburgh, PA.


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