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Touch A Truck was enjoyed by many!

Touch A Truck was held at the high school. The event was put on by the Hopkinton Library Foundation. Kids got the opportunity to sit in construction trucks, landscaping trucks, dump tucks, tractors and more.

A train was also driving attendees around the site, many of the kids enjoyed honking the truck horns and playing with the steering wheels. Despite all the
equipment and construction vehicles that were available to climb in, sometimes the simple things in life are the most appealing as it appeared a moving truck with bubble wrap was the most popular feature as kids and even some adults stomped around to hear the crackle.

The Event raised over $4,000 for the Library foundation and a good time was had by all who attended.

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Hillers Head Baseball Coach Talks about a Great 2014 Season

The Hopkinton Hillers Baseball team finished the season 12 and 9 after a 5 to 2 playoff loss to Bishop Feehan in the first round of the South Division 2 bracket. The Hillers however had a nice turn around after a rough start and had a memorable 2014 season. I caught up with Hopkinton Head Coach Jay Golden to recap a fun and exciting Baseball season for the Hillers.

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HCAM Needs Your Support!

Every ten years the Town negotiates a contract with Verizon to provide cable tv service to our community, and part of that contract is support for the two channels provided to our residents; HCAM-TV and HCAM-ED.

On Tuesday July 1st at 7:00pm in Town Hall Room 211 there will be a Public Hearing, in which Verizon wants to hear what you have to say about Community TV. Here in Hopkinton, Community Television means: HCAM.

This is your chance to tell Verizon why Community TV is valuable to our community and to show support for HCAM at the public hearing by either attending, writing a letter, or emailing us why Community TV is valuable.

As always, we are grateful for your support and look forward to continuing to serve you by providing programming that benefits our community.

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D-Day Breakfast for Vets at the Senior Center

June 6th 2014 marked the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion and veterans at the senior center enjoyed breakfast while looking back at significant events, recalling Hopkinton veterans who played a part in D-Day and paying tribute to the heroes who risked their lives to rid the world of one of the most evil empires in history.

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Perkin Elmer donated Automated External Defibrillator installed at Library

Rick Ekstrom of Perkin Elmer and Hopkinton Fire Prevention Officer Tom Poirier talk about an Automated External Defibrillator installed at the Library, donated by Perkin Elmer.

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Ashland Legion Starts off Season with 3 Straight Shutouts

Ashland Legion started off their season with 3 straight shutout victories. You can watch entire Ashland Legion Home Games airing on our HCAM Channels.

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Tom Keane Talks Summer Basketball Clinic

I sat down with Hillers Basketball Clinic Director and Hillers High School Basketball coach Tom Keane to talk about the Summer Basketball Clinic.

Grades 4,5,6 July 14th - July 18th
Grades 7,8,9 July 28th - August 1st

9am-2pm Athletic Center And Brown Gym

Cost $200, sign up at www.activityreg.com
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Ashland beats Natick 9-3 and is 6 and 0 on the Season

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On a beautiful Wednesday afternoon for Baseball, Nick Burns took the Hill for Ashland Post 77 and pitched a nice game. Burns lasted 6 innings, striking out 8 and giving up 2 Runs on 7 Hits.

Ashland scored 2 runs in the bottom of the first inning off of Natick starter Zach Blecher;
Chris Moberg crushed an RBI Double to drive in Nick Burns 1-0
Matt Jeye RBI Single scores Moberg 2-0

Natick plated a run in the 2nd as Jackson Coughlin hit an RBI Double to score Adam Mooney 2-1

Conservation Commission - June 23, 2014

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The conservation commission met Monday, June 23rd, to discuss a number of projects with environmental significance around town.

In informal discussion, Ed Harrow met to discuss sediment buildup at the end of the White Oaks Estates subdivision. He requested a structure be built at the end of the street similar to that on Ralph Road. He expressed concern that sediment buildup at the end of White Oaks Estate is flooding the area and damaging the ecosystem.

Hopkinton Moms Group Gives $2,500 for Library Renovation

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Fundraising for the Library received a generous $2,500 gift from the Hopkinton Moms Group to renovate and expand the Library. In recognition of its gift, a table and chairs in the Children’s Room of the new Library will be named for the Hopkinton Moms Group.

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