Photos: Hopkinton 101 at Town Common
Hopkinton 101, organized by the Hopkinton Public Library, is a community event where residents and locals can learn about municipal departments as well as local nonprofit and volunteer opportunities.
This year’s event was held Saturday at the Town Common and included town department representatives, nonprofit leaders and educational outreach coordinators.
Below are photos from the event.
Town Clerk Connor Degan and wife Julia registered new voters. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
The Sustainable Green Committee was represented by (from left) Bob Gilbert, Peggy Barton and Linda Chuss. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Senior Services representatives on hand included (from left) Danna Dennen, Jessica Migneault and Kim Carson. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Representing the Hopkinton Scouting program were (from left) Karen Bograd, Sheri Kayan and Katie Princide. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Superintendent Carol Cavanaugh and School Committee Chair Nancy Cavanaugh were on hand to answer questions about the schools. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Town Manager Norman Khumalo (left) posed with Ed Harrow, representing the Open Space Preservation Commission. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Jessica McCaffrey (left) and Susan Porter spread the word about the Hopkinton Public Library. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Representing the Hopkinton Emergency Fund were (from left) Judy Weinthaler, Jennifer Blake and Stephanie Whelan. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Hopkinton Health Director Shaun McAuliffe offered some tips on staying healthy. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Amy Groves volunteered at the Hopkinton Democratic Town Committee table. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
HCAM’s Mike Torosian (left) and Jim Cozzens welcomed those with an interest in local cable access television. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Hopkinton Freedom Team members (from left) Holly Morand and Cathleen Dinsmore shared information. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Friends of Whitehall was represented by (from left) Jim Weckback, Peter Regana nd Margret Mighton. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Health Director Shaun McAuliffe (right) chatted with first responders at their table. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO
Baypath Humane Society was on hand to share information about the shelter. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO