House & Garden Tour Thanks

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To the Editor - The Hopkinton House & Garden Tour in honor of the town’s 300th Anniversary was a great success for many reasons but especially so because of the generous response from the homeowners, sponsors and volunteers. Almost 300 people toured the wonderful houses and gardens of 2 Park St., 5 East Main St., 1 Leonard St., 11 Holt St., 97 Ash St., 9 Frankland Rd., 10 Andrea Dr., 2 Wescott St., 16 Whalen Rd., 39 Blueberry Lane, 29 School St and 250 Wood St.

We are grateful to the following businesses for their support as sponsors: Phipps Insurance, Scotts Landscaping, Middlesex Savings, McCarthy Pools, Angel’s Garden Center , Simard Electric, Thomson Architects, Hopkinton Sunoco, Harvey’s Farm & Garden; and as advertisers: Jamie Oil, J.D. Marquedant, Trina Macchi & Co, Cider Mill Quilts, Adam West Landscaping, Bill’s Pizza, Waterfresh Farms, Crosstown Lock, Sunnyside Gardens, F.H. Perry Builders, A Complete Recovery, Hopkinton Gourmet, Hopkinton Vision Center, Red Barn Coffee at Angel’s Café and P3I, Inc. Angel’s Garden Center, Country Plus, Dino’s Pizza, Stephanie G.’s.

And for their wonderful artwork, we would also like to thank Erica Stefano, Victoria Feng, Maria Coutinho, Emily Joyce, Chryssanthi Barris, Audrey Gladu, Annie Dumas, Alissa Mitchell, Christian Norton, Isabel Holden, and Mary Holden.

Thank you to everyone who volunteered including club members, townspeople and students from Hopkinton High School and St. John’s Confirmation class and to all who bought tickets. And finally, thank you to the Hopkinton Cultural Council for their generous grant.

Sincerely,
The Hopkinton Garden Club
The Hopkinton Historical Society
The Hopkinton Women’s Club
The Hopkinton 300th Anniversary Committee