Hopkinton veterans gathered for the 2 December 2022, Vets Breakfast and a lively discussion of past military events that happened in the early December time span. The "Frozen Chosin" was one of the key topics. Among those who participated in the breakfast, and the military history discussion are in the photo, below.
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Dorothy Jeannette Randall, 95, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, December 1, 2022, at the Reservoir Center for Health and Rehabilitation in Marlborough. Born in Somerville, MA, she was the daughter of the late John and Bessie (Angell) Sables. She was a 1945 graduate of Hopkinton High School and a lifelong Hopkinton resident.
Attached please find the Main Street Corridor Construction Advisory for the week of December 5th - December 9th.
Link to advisory is available at https://hopkintonmainstreet.com/archive/2022-12-02%20Construction%20Adv…
Hopkinton has made a commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging. The month of December gives us an opportunity to put those ideals into action.Three major cultural holidays are celebrated this month, including Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas. You’ll find displays throughout the library featuring books featuring these holidays. We also have several programs that provide you with the opportunity to either learn more or to help you get into the holiday spirit.
Layla, 2 years old Mix breed
Calling all fun lovers, Layla wants to know if you have room in your home for her! This young girl is all about fun! Fun hikes, fun toy time, fun playdates with her friends, and fun snuggles to end the day. What a perfect itinerary! What we have discovered about Layla is her love for water. She loves to go for a car ride to a local lake and swim and swim. She actually may be part fish!
Jack Fleming (left) pictured here with the Mayor of Athens, Greece, Kostas Bakoyannis has been appointed President and CEO of the Boston Athletic Association according to Dr. Michael O'Leary, Chair of the B.A.A. Board of Governors. " We applaud the decision and wish Jack much success" according to Tim Kilduff, President of the 26.2 Foundation. "The right person at the right time", he added.
The Hoyt Foundation has been selected as a beneficiary of the Shaw’s GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Reusable Bag Program for the month of December.
The Shaw’s GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Reusable Bag Program, which launched in March 2019, is a reusable bag program that facilitates community support with the goal to make a difference in the communities where shoppers live and work.
Hopkinton High School student engineers were assigned the task of designing and creating a piece of equipment or apparatus that would benefit the Police or Fire department in Doug Scott's HHS class.
The students first had the opportunity to meet with Hopkinton first responders to find out what some of their needs or challenges were and then create and design a piece of equipment to help them in their challenging job of keeping the community safe.