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Video: Board of Selectmen Recognize Volunteers Including Sharon Timlin 5K Organization

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At Tuesdays meeting, the Board of Selectmen recognized a handful of Volunteers including Heather Smith, Special Olympics Program Director, Alec Levine and members of the Sharon Timlin 5K and Family Fun Day Event. View scenes below.

Baypath Humane Society seeking loving home for bonded pair of dogs

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Reba & Stella are total cuddle bugs who are happiest being together and in a lap! They are a lively pair who are interested in everything you're doing. They'll follow you around with their tails wagging the entire time.

Stella is an easygoing gal who brings comfort to her pal Reba. They have been together for seven years and are very bonded, so are looking for a home together.

Video: Meet Spencer at Baypath Humane Society

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Meet Spencer -- or Mr. Wiggle Butt as his foster family affectionately calls him! He's a social butterfly who's excited to greet new people as friends. This happy boy loves nothing better than to snuggle under the covers with his humans. Rub his super soft belly and he'll be your best pal!

Fetch is Spencer's favorite pastime and he'll leap in the air to catch a ball or a toy. He enjoys going out on hikes in the woods, and then curling up on his bed afterwards with a nice stuffy toy.

A Merry Little Christmas at Faith Community Church

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You’re invited to experience a Merry Little Christmas at Faith Community Church, located at 146 E. Main Street in Hopkinton. The Christmas Eve services and candle lighting are taking place on December 24 at 3pm, 5pm, and 7pm. All ages welcome. Visit fcch.org for more info.

"Hopkinton Gives" Website encourages Community Giving

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Hopkinton Resident, Anne Mattina has created a website called "Hopkinton Gives". The website encourages support for local organizations. The website link is: www.hopkintongives.org.

Celebrate 1st Night of Hanukkah at Hopkinton Town Common Dec 2nd

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Please join us on the first night of Hanukkah to celebrate the lighting of the Hopkinton Town Menorah!

Sunday December 2, 2018 5:00pm
Hopkinton Town Common

We'll celebrate with some songs and prayers to light the Menorah. There will be hot chocolate and Hanukkah Gelt for the kids.

All are welcome and please help us spread the word.

5th Annual Shopping for a Cause Sunday December 2nd 3-6pm at HCA

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The 5th annual Shopping for a Cause is on Sunday December 2nd from 3-6 at the HCA, benefiting the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA). In celebration of the 5th year of this event tickets/donations are only $5 per person.
Tickets/donations can be found on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rhh-2018-shopping-for-a-cause-tickets-51978...

Tickets on Sale for Christmas (and a little bit more) Concert with Grammy-Nominated Songwriter David Jeremiah Mullins

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) presents
David Jeremiah Mullins, a Hopkinton native and Grammy-nominated songwriter, in concert on
Sunday, November 24. His concert ‘Simply Christmas (and a little bit more)’, which sold out last
year, will include Christmas standards and original and popular tunes. The concert starts at 7:30
p.m. at the HCA, 98 Hayden Rowe St. Hopkinton. Tickets are $22 for adult and $18 for seniors
and students. Buy tickets at hopartscenter.org.

Video: Wake Up and Smell the Poetry Returns November 17th

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All our welcome at "Wake Up and Smell the Poetry". The next event will take place at the HCAM studios (Lower Level, 77 Main st.) at 10am on Saturday November 17th. Host of the program, Cheryl Perreault talked about what to expect during the next "Wake Up and Smell the Poetry" program. View more details at www.hcam.tv/wakeup!

Video: Hopkinton HS 2018 International Night

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This past week, Hopkinton High School hosted their annual International Night. The event brought together students of many different background to talk about their cultures. Food, Music and Language were among the topics on display. View scenes and the full program below.

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