Hopkinton Hiller Boys & Girls Swim Team
Make a Splash, Split with Concord-Carlisle
By: Lou Ottaviani
January 18, 2012 — Last evening, the
Hopkinton boys and girls swim teams hosted a non-league meet
at Keefe Tech Regional High School in Framingham against a
solid Division II Dual County League Concord-Carlisle
At the end of the night, Hopkinton split decisions with the
boys walking away with a 98-84 win to bring their individual
team record to 5-2. Concord-Carlisle girls came out on
top with a score of 96-88.
Both the boys and girls team had a
significant amount of place finishers gathering up points
for their teams last night. The boys team had
collected a total of 8 first place finishes, 7 seconds, 7
thirds, 4 fourths and 1 fifth; while the girls accounted for
6 first place finishes, 3 seconds, 7 thirds, 4 fourths and 4
fifths on the night.
Standing out on the boys side were:
Alex Carbone, John Lagasse, Spencer Franklin and John Nadeau
for winning the 200-Medley Relay; Kevin Lagasse (1st
– 200/freestyle & 100/butterfly); Alex Carbone (1st
– 200/Individual Medley & 100/backstroke); Paul Lagasse (1st
– 50/freestyle, 2nd – 100/freestyle); John
Lagasse (1st – 100/freestyle) and Spencer
Franklin (1st – 100/breaststroke, 2nd
– 200/Individual Medley).
note of significance: Paul Lagasse’s first place
finish (23:17 time) in the 50/freestyle defeated
Concord-Carlisle’s second place finisher, Drew Andre, who
happens to be the defending state champion in that event.
Paul’s brother, John, finished third just two-tenths of a
Other contributors from the boy’s team
included: Patrick Reimonn (2nd – 500/freestyle);
Jeff Wagner (2nd – 100/backstroke); Andrew
Madigan (2nd – 100/breaststroke); the
200/freestyle Relay team (2nd) and the 400/Relay
team (2nd); John Cardillo (1M/diving); Chris
Kimura (relay & 200/freestyle); Kenny Lowell (200/freestyle)
and Andrew Devine (backstroke).
Standouts on the girls team were: Nikki
Annenburg, Bridget Coffey, Carly Adams and Brianna Gallo
for winning the 200-Medley Relay; Carly Adams, Brianna
Gallo, Chloe Smith and Madeline Lipkin for winning the
400-Relay; Carly Adams (1st – 200/Individual
Medley & 100/butterfly); Brianna Gallo (1st –
100/backstroke) and Bridget Coffey (1st –
The Hopkinton Education Foundation invites you to help
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public school children
Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012 Mechanics Hall 321 Main Street, Worcester, MA 6 p.m. - Midnight Festivities to include: Reception,
Entertainment, Dinner, Auction Promenade, Raffle Prizes,
$90.00 per person
Selectmen to Hold Drawing for Charitable Marathon Bibs
Applications due in on January 24, 2012 at Noon
Terry Land Offered to the Town for $3 Million
January 17, 2012 — The Board of Selectmen, among other actions
this evening, decided to hold a drawing to give away 17 of the
Invitational BAA Boston Marathon bib numbers, or waivers, on a
random basis to those whose names will be drawn at their meeting
on January 24, 2012. The BAA Boston Marathon is a race
that runners must qualify for. The applications for the bib
numbers, which the Boston Athletic Association provides for
charitable purposes, are due by noon of that day. Most
charitable recipient runners raise a minimum of $4,000, and some
raise more. More specifics on how to apply and the time of the
drawing on Wednesday.
The town will receive a total of 45
numbers, of which 28 are already designated to the Fire and
Police Departments, Marathon Committee, Senior Center and
Historical Society. Other organizations make their own
arrangements with the BAA for charitable waivers.
The Board of Selectmen also heard
reports from the Capital Improvements Committee, the Chamber of
Commerce and held a public hearing for a all alcoholic Beverages
License of Zio's Quattro, a new restaurant planned for 22 South
Street, where Price Chopper is building. Owners Kim and Paul
Winshman own several other restaurants, including Zio's Bistro
at 15 Main Street Downtown. According to people close to the
project, the new business will be twice the size of the current
location, which will also remain open.
The town has also received a
notice of intent to sell the William and Mary Terry property
for the third time in the last few years. The land is zoned as
forestry land, and so has been taxed at a lower rate, which
gives the town the right of first refusal under Chapter 61 of
Massachusetts General Laws when the land is to be sold. The 200
+ acre parcel extends from West Main Street, down Lumber Street,
and borders the School Department property behind the schools
complex. The land the schools are on was purchased from Mr.
Terry's brother, Thomas.
According to Town
Manager, Norman Khumalo, the town received notice of a bona fide
purchase and sale agreement on January 11, 2012. The town has
120 days from that date to decide if it wants to exercise its
right to purchase the property. Doing so would mean that a
department, such as the School Department or Open Space
Committee, would find a suitable use for it and could justify
the reported $3 million price tag. Then the town would conduct
public hearings; and a town meeting would be called if it were
decided to move forward to purchase on behalf of the town. A two
thirds vote would be necessary. It would be a process similar to
the Weston Nurseries sale that was studied by the Land use Study
Committee. A member of that now-defunct committee, John
Coolidge, was present this evening and answered a couple of
questions for Mr. Khumalo.
reminded Mr. Khumalo that even if the town passes on exercising
its right to purchase the Terry land, it must retain the right
to exercise it in the future in case the current sale falls
The exercise of the
right of first refusal of the Weston Nurseries property went
before Town Meeting and failed to make two thirds by a single
digit difference. It is now in the hands of Legacy Farms. Weston
Nurseries, the business, still retains land and operates
However, this land
has challenges, as evidenced by two previous bids for it, the
first for $8 million, and the most recent previous one for $12
million. The latter was by Erickson Retirement Communities,
which pulled the plug on their efforts in June, 2007, after
spending months on engineering and studies, saying that the land
was not suited for its idea of buildings close to one another.
The land is notorious for its wetlands as evidenced by the
combined GIS map featured below from the town's website. To
build, a developer must not only stay away from wetlands, but
must stay outside of a state-designated 50-foot buffer around
the wetlands. The Town of Hopkinton Conservation Commission goes
even further with a 100 foot buffer in most cases.
Although Mr. Khumalo did
not give details of the purchase and sale agreement away,
Hopkinton resident and businessman Paul Mastroianni made it
clear to HopNews readers several weeks ago that his offer to
purchase the property had been accepted by the Terrys. Mr.
Mastroianni, who also owns the 77 West Main Street complex, said
at the time that he would entertain a hotel and
center on the property, which would need rezoning for such a
Mr. Khumalo also dodged a
question about the agreed upon price when asked by Selectman Ben
Palleiko, but instead said that the purchase and sale agreement
was in the hands of the Town Counsel. Others have said the price
tag is $3 million.
The amber and yellow
lines in the map (Click on thumbnail) designate parcels being
sold together. The wetlands are in light blue. The buffers are
Demons Squirt 2’s Win 2012 Falmouth Youth Hockey Clipper Tournament
Congratulations to the Hopkinton Demons Squirt 2 team, who spent
their MLK holiday weekend winning the Clipper Youth Hockey
Tournament in Falmouth. The Demons competed in a
division that included teams from Framingham, Falmouth
and KP Walpole. The Demons beat KP Walpole 3-2 in the
championship game on Monday afternoon. In the end, the
Demons brought home the trophy with a combination of great team
defense and aggressive fore-checking.
Underage New Year's Party Goers Charged
January 17, 2012
— According to School Resource Officer Philip Powers, 11 teens
were charged today at Framingham District Court for being minors
in possession of alcohol after Hopkinton and two other towns
broke up a New Year's party at the model home at Nazneen Circle.
Another 4 who are under 17 were charged as juveniles, and the 17
year-old host of the party, who initially told police his uncle
owned the property, is facing other charges as well.
of the fiasco has been ongoing, but yielded only the 15 names
out of the 100-150 that partygoers estimated were in attendance,
but scattered upon arrival of police.
said that some kids could get community service as a result of
the court action.
Although 17 years and older are subject to adult criminal
proceedings, and the names are part of the public record,
HopNews policy is to not report the names of 17 year-olds or
high school students under most circumstances.
Score Big Points at
Hopkinton Sports Fundraiser -- Feb. 11
11, 7 o’clock p.m. to midnight
Club, 204 Saddle Hill Road
to support Hopkinton High School Athletics
Valentine's Day weekend, score some “big points” by heading to
the Hopkinton Country Club for a casual night of dancing and
fun. Back by popular demand is the one and only DJ Andrew
of Party Excitement. There also will be plenty of cool
raffle prizes and sports memorabilia auction items from the New
England Sports Museum. All proceeds go to a range of projects
not funded in the athletics budget, such as tennis wind screens,
fencing for the baseball fields and much more. These
upgrades help make Hopkinton sports programs one of the best in
the Metro West – so your support is greatly appreciated.
Cost is $150 per couple, with a
tax-deductible, $100 donation going directly to projects from
your ticket purchase (receipt will be provided). It also
includes food and drink tickets.
Reserve your spot today --
deadline isJanuary 27th. Include
suggestions for your top three dances songs and/or dedications
for an evening to remember.
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January 17, 2012 — Readers were worried that swans on the ice on
Maspenock, which did not move while observing them, were frozen
there. They did not move their feet while the photographer
observed, nor did they move when a person barked at them.
However, they did move their heads.
Arrest of Two in Early Morning
No-Knock Raid at Southborough Motel
Two Handguns, Assault Rifle, Ammo, and Drugs
an investigation by the Massachusetts State Police Violent
Fugitive Apprehension Section and the Framingham Police, at 1:45
this morning the Massachusetts State Police Special Tactical
Operations (STOP) Team made a forced entry at the Southborough
48 Turnpike Rd.,
Southborough and arrested 20-year-old man wanted on firearms and
drug distribution charges.
When STOP Team members hit a room at
the motor lodge and secured ROBERT R. RYAN (D.O.B. 5/6/91) and
the woman he was with, they also found on the headboard of the
room’s bed a loaded .40 caliber Glock handgun. Further search of
the motor lodge by members of the State Police Violent Fugitive
Apprehension Section (VFAS) and detectives from the Framingham and Southboro Police led to
the recovery of a .223 assault rifle, a .380 caliber handgun,
multiple .40 caliber and .223 caliber rounds of ammunition,
cocaine, heroin, and cash. Also found was a bill of sale from New Hampshire, under a different name,
for a .40 caliber gun and a .223 assault rifle.
State Police VFAS troopers and
Framingham Police tracked RYAN to the motor lodge yesterday and
obtained a no-knock search warrant from the Westborough District
Court. The STOP Team – the State Police tactical entry and
special weapons team – and the State Police K9 Section were
utilized to assist with the entry.
RYAN, who previously lived in
and is believed to have been staying at the motor lodge for
several weeks, was charged with the following:
possession of a firearm (2 counts);
possession of a large capacity firearm;
carrying of a firearm;
Possession with intent to distribute a Class A substance;
Possession with intent to distribute a Class B substance; and
Committing a narcotics violation near a school zone.
Also arrested with RYAN in Room 22
was EMMA FRANCHEK, 19 (D.O.B. 1/27/92). She was charged with
unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of a Class A
substance with intent to distribute, possession of a Class B
substance with intent to distribute; and committing a narcotics
violation near a school zone.
RYAN and FRANCHEK were transported
to the Southborough Police station for booking.
Third Man In
January 17, 2012 — Star Cleaners and Tailors, owned by James
Sung, has thrown its hat in the dry-cleaning ring and become the
third dry cleaner in a one-mile stretch of road in Hopkinton,
following Main Street Cleaners, which is really on West Main
Street and Hillers Cleaners, which moved from Star's Location to
63 Main Street last year after demolishing Hitchings Hardware
and constructing a new building.
Star, at 97 Main Street, is the fourth
store for James, who also has operations in Marlborough,
Franklin and Southborough.
16, 2012 — Tonight at approximately 10:15pm, Trooper Daniel
Schumaker was commuting to the Athol Barracks for his
assigned midnight shift when he came upon a two car crash on
Rt.2 West in Gardner, approximately ¼ mile prior to Exit 22
(Rt.68). Initial investigation by Trooper Schumaker
indicates a 2009 Honda Civic, being operated on the
eastbound side of Rt.2 by Linda Nelson, 65,
from Framingham, MA crossed the median into the westbound
lanes and struck a 2007 Ford F250 pickup being operated by a
63 year old male from Phillipston, MA.
The male sustained minor injuries as
a result of the crash. The Honda Civic rolled over,
requiring extrication of the female operator by the Gardner Fire
Department. She was subsequently transported to Heywood
Hospital by Gardner Ambulance where she ultimately succumbed to
her injuries. Troopers from the Massachusetts State Police
Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, Crime Scene
Services Section and the Worcester District Attorney’s
Office/State Police Detective Unit are assisting the troopers
from the Athol Barracks with their investigation. The
Massachusetts Department of Transportation Highways Division is
assisting with traffic control, as Rt.2 West remains closed at
this time with traffic being detoured at Exit 23.
To the Editor, HopNews:
Please share the following:
Students, Faculty and Members of
the School Committee for the Town of Hopkinton,
We the Roberts'
family of Kevin (grade 8), Matthew (grade 5), Janice (Drama Mama
3 years) and David (proud father) would like to express our
concerns with a proposal to eliminate the Drama Related Art
(Drama RA) from the Hopkinton Middle
School curriculum after the end of the 2011-2012 school year.
participants in the highly energized theatrical atmosphere
created by Ms Hallyann Gifford
for the past three years, our entire family is devastated to
hear that on Thursday evening it will be proposed to eliminate
the Drama RA as soon as next year. Our eldest son is in his
third year of drama at the Middle School and our youngest has
helped out numerous times this year in anticipation of
participating next year, upon his entry to sixth grade and the
Middle School. This program has enabled my oldest son to thrive
as no sport, or other school activity has.
self funded (the after school portion) effort headed up by Ms
Gifford has brought a live stage art, a humanity, to life for
hundreds of cast and crew in just the three years Kevin has been
a student at the Middle School.
efforts have built the foundation upon which later success has
demonstrably been attained. Just this past August, the High
School drama club participated in a festival considered one of
the most prestigious in the world, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
In a day and age
of artists campaigning on television to "save the music," how
can one of the best school systems in the country be considering
killing off Shakespeare, Dickens and Emerson at the Middle
School level? Surely the town's parents and members of the
school committee understand the cause and effect of a rich
middle school drama program leading to the later success at the
high school level, a success that will follow them throughout
We urge the
school committee to listen to the numerous parents and
children speaking out, and to not eliminate the Drama RA. The
loss of Ms Gifford will result in the loss of this vibrant
resource for the community of Hopkinton.
As the town is
poised to require all parents to buy laptops for High School
aged students, how can the same town be prepared to eliminate
drama? Surely the classic arts need not fall by the wayside for
the benefit of Apple Computer? Computers are tools, but not
skills. The “soft skills” will always be valued and need to be
nurtured in our schools alongside the technical. Children will
never develop the lifelong friendships and skills of confidence,
cooperation and creativity sitting in front of glowing computer
Please do not
abandon the humanity of teaching drama at the Middle School
7 Walcott Street
January 16, 2012
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Martin Luther King Day Song Circle 2012
January 16, 2012 — Cheryl Perreault put together a 12-person
song circle at the Hopkinton Public Library on Sunday Evening,
the actual birthday of Martin Luther King Jr.
The guitars were acoustic and unamplified, and
the music was folk.
"This is a protest song," said one singer, paying
tribute to a Bob Dylan promise to one of the audiences of his
HopNews recorded parts of the performances of the
first three performers, who did not forget what the day was
Aside from beautiful voices and instruments in
the video below, hear a Tibetan song-bowl lead a chant by the
UP-TO-DATE - For Arrests and more, choose this
Updated Monday, January 16, 2012
Reported by Robert Falcione
The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents,
which are not included in the detail report below.
6 times the Police assisted the Fire Department, another
department, town, or outside Police agency.
17 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home Checks.
2 Motor Vehicle Accidents without injury.
3 Disabled Motor Vehicles.
1 times the Police assisted with Animal Calls.
0 Motor Vehicle Complaint Applications.
0 time the Police participated in Community Relations or passenger
Officer Aaron O'Neil
checked the area of Spring Street in response to the complaint
of two loud sounds that could be fireworks, according to the
A Blueberry Lane caller reported that someone set off a
firecracker in their yard.
A Frankland Road caller reported her backyard ice rink is
leaking onto the road. Sgt. Micahel Sutton reports it should be
okay with some cones he set.
Several units, the DPW Art's Towing and an ambulance all
responded to a motor vehicle accident on Cedar Street on black
ice in which the operator reported she is injured and bleeding.
She refused treatment and her damaged vehicle was towed.
January 14, 2012
10:36 pm A Joseph Road caller reports hearing a loud bang
and then seeing flashlights in the woods. Sgt. Scott vanRaalten
responded and found no suspicious activity.
Ashland Police Department arrested a Davis Road resident for
suspected shoplifting in their town.
A Blueberry Lane caller reported someone banging on their
front door, and then the barking of a neighbor's dog. Officer
Matthew McNeil came upon five youths who admitted to banging on
doors and he ordered them to return to their homes.
A 911 caller reported a deer with a broken leg limping on Maria
Lane, but all units were tied up and unable to assist the deer.
A Hayden Rowe Street caller was convinced that someone was
shining a bright light in her windows, but Officer Linda Higgins
reports it is strong wind that is moving tree limbs and
activating motion sensor lights.
January 16, 2012 — Freshman Boys
Basketball game played against the Special Olympics team from
Respite Center at the MS Brown Gym this morning. Above, one
player watches her shot go in. The Special Olympians were ahead
when the photographer left for deadline.
Below, Special Olympics Director
Alec Levine talks to members of his team.
Scouts Do Well
January 16, 2012 — Hopkinton Girl Scouts did their part on MLK
Day by volunteering at the Hopkinton Housing Authority social
center. Above, they make valentines.
Scouts Earn Elder Care Belt Loop
January 16, 2012
— Hopkinton Cub Scouts from many packs volunteered at Golden
Pond on MLK Day 2012. They learned about Elder Care and people
with disabilities towards earning a belt loop on this subject.
January 16, 2012 — Not even calls of "Foxy Lady" could get this
well insulated fox to turn around for a better shot by the
Roving HopNews Camera on Christian Hill Road in Upton yesterday.
Readers occasionally have sent photos of fox families frolicking
in their yards. We'd love to see more. Please send to
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January 15, 2012 — Kim Jennings performs as a dozen scheduled
performers await their turns at the Hopkinton Public Library
this evening in a MLK Day song-circle kick-off event
coordinated by Cheryl Perreault. A short video will be available
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Warming the Soul
January 15, 2012 — Merylyn (above) and Roger Mezitt were
gracious hosts of a Hopkinton Historical Society midwinter
social pot luck gathering in their restored Revolutionary era
home on Frankland Road,
known as the Ebenezer Singletary House,
on this blustery Sunday afternoon. Those wishing to learn more
about the Hopkinton Historical Society or to join are encouraged
9:00 breakfast and 9:30 speaker School Superintendent
Jonathan Landman at the middle school,
toiletries being collected at St John's by cub scouts for
Project Just Because,
10:30 - 11:30
Library Story Hour and Crafts from by High School Peer Leaders,
10 - 3 Red Cross
Blood Drive at the Doyle Gym with BeFree volunteers,
10:30 - noon
Cancer Care package making at St Paul's/Grace Methodist Church
on Wood Street.
11 AM Freshman
Boys Basketball game against the Special Olympics team from
Respite Center at the MS Brown Gym
11 - 12:30
Senior Events include a lunch put on by the High School Honor
well as Senior activities from 12:30 organized by the Girl
Scouts. All Senior Activities are at
the Senior Housing main building, since the Senior Center is
closed on Martin Luther King Day.
Barbara J. (Yerdon) Catone
J. (Yerdon) Catone of Hopkinton, where she has
lived for 29 years, passed away on Friday, January 13, 2012,
surrounded by her loving family at home. She was 60.
Born in Governeur, NY, she was the daughter of Mary Doreen
(Tiernan) Yerdon of Hermon, NY, and the late Carleton
Barbara was a graduate of Hermon-DeKalb High School, and
received her Bachelors degree in Sociology from Potsdam
State University in Potsdam, NY. She has worked as an
information specialist with Biomeasure, Inc., in Milford for
the last 20 years, and enjoyed reading, redecorating her
home, and spending time with her family. Barbara also taught
religious edcuation and chaired the Yuletide Festival for
many years at St. John the Evangelist parish in Hopkinton.
Loving wife of 38 years to David Catone, she was the devoted
mother of Amelia and Jessica Catone; sister of Richard
Yerdon of Westfield, MA, Joseph Yerdon of Hermon, NY, Nancy
Bovay of Hermon, NY, Mary Ellen Caratsole of Hermon, NY,
Susan Fortin of Watertown, NY, Deborah Bigelow of
Queensbury, NY, Julie Canavan of Queensbury, NY, Kathy
Robarge of Cicero, NY, and the late Patricia Whitton and
Michael Yerdon. She is also survived by her dear
A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, January 17,
2012 at 10 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist Church, 20 Church
Street, Hopkinton, followed by burial in Mount Auburn
Cemetery. Calling hours at the
Callanan-Cronin Funeral Home,
34 Church Street, Hopkinton, will be Monday, January 16,
2012 from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.. Relatives and friends kindly
In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be
made tothe American Cancer Society,
30 Speen Street,. Framingham, MA 01701; the
Dana-Farber Cancer Center, Oliva Patient Comfort Care Fund,
14 Prospect St., Milford, MA 01757; or a charity of one's
Day Event - Tonight! COME AND GATHER TO HEAR LOCAL/BOSTON SONGWRITERS
SING ABOUT PEACE/LOVE/GOOD- WILL
Sunday evening from 6:00- 8:00 p.m.
Hopkinton Public Library
On Sunday evening from 6:00- 8:00 p.m. the Hopkinton Public
Library and the Hopkinton Youth Commission will host a
community song-circle to help kick-off Hopkinton's "Martin
Luther King-Day of Giving Back." This event is a free
concert of music for the community, all ages welcome. The
performance line-up will consist of 10 local and
Boston-area singer-songwriters who will perform two songs
each on topics related to peace, love, justice etc. to help
pay tribute to Martin Luther King. The MLK song circle will
take place at Hopkinton Public Library located at 13 Main
Street in Hopkinton. The entrance for this event will be by
back door entrance of the Library. The public is
welcome to take a seat, join the circle ... just to listen
or to bring a song or poem of same theme to share at the end
of the concert when there will be a call for community
contributions. For more information call Cheryl Perreault
Among the performers are Carolyn Waters of Andover, Tom
Smith of Dedham, Kim Jennings of Worcester, Dan
Cloutier of Upton (photo) and Cheryl Melody of
Flight for Two
January 14, 2012 — These two camera-shy ducks on Hopkinton
Reservoir are fleeing from the sound of twigs snapping underfoot
the photographer who was approaching the shoreline this
January 14, 2012 — This couple didn't break their stride to stop
and be identified today on Fruit Street, as they were pedaling
close to the speed limit on their bicycle built for two.
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Eva Ragnhild Bergesen, of
Hopkinton died Saturday January 14, 2012. Wife of the late David
Bergesen, she was born May 2, 1943 in Toten, Norway. Eva
remained a Norwegian citizen all her life and was active in the
Scandinavian Community in the Boston area for over 40 years. She
was Past President of Norumbega Lodge of Sons of Norway, a
dedicated supporter of The Scandinavian Living Center in Newton
and a longtime participant of Ski for Light.
Eva and David were founding members and directors of The
Norwegian Elkhound Rescue and Referral of New England. The
elkhounds were at the center of their life. Eva leaves Bamse in
the care of her good friend Donna. She was a member of The
Hopkinton Garden Club and an enthusiastic volunteer for The
Boston Marathon in Hopkinton.
Eva was generous and often invited friends to her cottage in
Maine. She was a cherished member of the Korsnes family in
Newton where she chose to spend her last days. Eva was loved by
many and will be missed by family and friends. Eva leaves her
sister Ronnaug Hansen and her companion Gunnar Reistad in Oslo,
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The Norwegian
Elkhound Rescue and Referral of NE, Inc., 31 Peck St., Rehoboth,
MA 02769 or The Scandinavian Charitable Society of Boston, 206
Waltham St., Newton, MA 02465. Memorial Services will be
announced later. Arrangements are under the care of the
Funeral Home of Hopkinton.
Grad Has New EP Release on iTunes
January 14, 2012
— Bryan Vanderpool (HHS 2005 graduate) released a new EP this
week. The Well Pennies, produced by Michael Woodrum is available
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