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Arts Center Moves Forward

July 15, 2014 — Work continues on the expansion of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts as the rusting, iconic silo of the former Terry Farm stands sentinel over people working inside the new foundation. The silo awaits a rescue and move to another location, and absent that scenario, it will be demolished once the delay imposed by the Historical Commission expires.
See a 1990 photo of the silo from its previous location on the other side of the barn by clicking here.

Dave McGillivray Presented National Professional of the Year Safety and Security Award
Race director of the B.A.A. Boston Marathon receives award in Indianapolis

BOSTON (July 15, 2014) – The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security has presented its Professional of the Year Award for national marathon endurance events to Dave McGillivray, the race director of the B.A.A. Boston Marathon and the upcoming TD Beach to Beacon 10K and New Balance Falmouth Road Race.

McGillivray accepted the award recently at the organization’s annual security conference in Indianapolis. Established in 2006, The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) at The University of Southern Mississippi is a world leader in addressing potential threats and risks to the safety and security of sporting events.

“The reason for the Professional of the Year Award is to allow professional leagues, NCAA member institutions and marathon and endurance organizations to honor outstanding individuals in the field of sports safety and security for their contributions and leadership,” said NCS4 Director Dr. Lou Marciani. “These contributions involve enhancing safety and security at their venue beyond what is normally required, and setting an example for others to follow.” For more information, visit the organization’s news page.

McGillivray is the founder and president of DMSE Sports, a leading sports event management firm specializing in creating, marketing and producing mass participatory athletic events throughout the U.S. and abroad. In addition to the B.A.A. Boston Marathon, DMSE manages more than 25 major road races per year, including such iconic events as the TD Beach to Beacon in Maine, the New Balance Falmouth Road Race on Cape Cod, Run for the Dream in Williamsburg, Va., the Bellin Run in Green Bay, Wis., the Feaster Five Thanksgiving Day Road Race and the Across the Bay 10K in Annapolis, Md.

McGillivray, a Medford, Mass., native who now lives in North Andover, Mass., also is a pioneer in what is now one of the most important aspects of the endurance sports industry – combining athletics with philanthropy. Nearly every DMSE Sports event combines fitness and fundraising, giving back to the Jimmy Fund and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Children’s Hospital, Ironstone Farm, the Martin Richard Charitable Foundation, the Lazarus House and many others charities and non-profit organizations in New England and across the country. He along with all the events he has directed have helped raised more than $100 million for charity over 30+ years. For more info, visit www.dmsesports.com  ~Contributed.


Household Hazardous Waste Collection

Saturday, July 19th

8:00 am until 1:00 pm

DPW Garage, 83 Wood Street

REMINDER - The Hopkinton DPW will conduct a Household Hazardous Waste Collection this Saturday, July 19th, from 8:00 am until 1:00 pm, or until the funds are exhausted, at the DPW Garage at 83 Wood Street.


Please visit the DPW's website for details or follow this link:



John K. Westerling

​Your ​
Director of Public Works


Fatal Crash on Route 495 N, Marlborough

Today at 3:18 p.m. troopers from the State Police Barracks in Leominster responded to reports of a single car rollover crash on I 495 northbound, 1 mile prior to Exit 25A/Route I 290 in Marlboro.  Members of the Marlboro Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services also responded to the scene.

The vehicle, a Ford pickup truck, was occupied by one male operator.  The operator was determined deceased on the scene.  The two left lanes of I 495 northbound became closed to traffic as a result of this crash.  The traffic back up was estimated at be 3 or 4 miles.

The circumstances surrounding the cause of this crash remain under investigation.    The investigation is being conducted by troopers from the Leominster Barracks with assistance from troopers assigned to the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Team (C.A.R.S.) and the State Police Crime Scene Services Section (C.S.S.S.).  Members of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation responded to the scene to assist with redirecting traffic around the crash location.

The identification of the deceased operator is being withheld pending the notification to next of kin.

No other vehicles were involved in this crash. ~ MSP Press Release


Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton and Surrounding Towns

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New Transactions from July 7, 2014 - July 14, 2014
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24 Ash Street Richard L. McHugh, Jr., Caitlin A. Tirrell $450,000 July 14, 2014 Robert D. Hebden, Kathleen T. Hebden
27 Frostpane Lane unit 65 Navin Rao $463,610 July 11, 2014 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
5 Stewart Street Meredith D. Weston, Troy Weston $510,000 July 11, 2014 Bret T. Doherty, Jennifer B. Doherty
180 Hayden Rowe Street John T. Pascucci, Shelly E. Pascucci $380,000 July 10, 2014 Jeffrey A. Bessette
42 Sanctuary Lane unit 40 Timothy Somadelis, Marquerite Somadelis $430,000 July 10, 2014 Jodi Smith
34 Falcon Ridge Drive Mark E. Greene, Charla B. Greene $833,000 July 9, 2014 Timothy J. Somadelis, Marquerite M. Somadelis
33 Huckleberry Road Tommy J. Paparazzo, Rita A. Paparazzo $665,000 July 9, 2014 Richard G. Taylor, Kathleen A. Taylor,
Huckleberry Road Realty Trust
18 Hillcrest Drive Timothy M. Viveiros, Rachel M. Dalton-Viveiros $240,000 July 8, 2014 Pauline Y. Knorr
79 Prospect Street Kelly Vaast, Todd Meigs $489,900 July 14, 2014 Richard P. Tumminelli, Valarie J. Tumminelli
28 Rockwood Drive Nathan Zahler, Julie Zahler $489,900 July 14, 2014 Richard Nugent, Theresa Nugent
205 Captain Eames Circle unit C Anand Deshpande, Salonee Parikh $285,000 July 14, 2014 Hongsheng Guan, Orawan Guan
216 America Boulevard unit B Imran Mohammad, Toolika Nashyap $370,000 July 14, 2014 Independence Village Realty LLC
72 Mountain Gate Road unit D Marc P. Picardo $240,000 July 11, 2014 Amanda Zuretti, Lisa N. Cogliandro
28 Greenhalge Road Mark D. Johnson, Kelly D. Johnson $290,000 July 11, 2014 Megan A. Quinlan
21 Shadow Creek Lane unit 8 Charles R. Shaw, Donna C. Shaw $399,000 July 9, 2014 Ashland Development LLC
50 Prospect Street Douglas J. Colson, Tarryn Colson $540,000 July 9, 2014 Corporation of the Presiding Bishop of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day
104 Marlboro Road Andrew Lindstrom, Sydney Bailey $318,000 July 11, 2014 Diane Tubman, Kenneth L. Tubman III
19 Pinecone Lane Allen P. Corson, Cara Marie Solle Corson $530,000 July 11, 2014 James R. Jachowicz, Donna L. Jachowicz
23 Presidential Drive Domenic Serra, Julie Serra $948,000 July 8, 2014 Lisa A. Pezzoni, William M. Pezzoni
61 Prospect Street Paul J. Arsenault, Susan W. Arsenault $307,500 July 14, 2014 Susan J. Curry
106 High Street Raymond Garceau, Julie Garceau $125,000 July 11, 2014 James F. Balderson, James F. Balderson
Living Trust
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Police Incident Log - Updated July 14, 2014

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   Incident Log

Sunday, July 13, 2014

8:53 pm A 911 caller reported that her 31 year-old daughter was intoxicated and on medication when she jumped out of a vehicle and ran into the woods on West Main Street. Two officers responded and advised that the Upton Police Department located the individual.

8:43 pm A 911 caller from Hayden Rowe Street reported that several teens may have tried to break into the dog house and were harassing an employee. Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and spoke with the reporting party.

8:14 pm A Pinecrest Village resident reported that she was just almost run over by her neighbor. Officer Matthew McNeil responded and spoke with both individuals.

7:52 pm A 911 caller reported a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Main Street. Two officers responded and wrote a report.

7:49 pm A resident called 911 and reported that wires on North Mill Street were on fire which caused a tree to catch fire. Two officers responded and assisted the Fire Department.

7:20 pm A concerned caller reported that a woman passed out on the town common with a very young infant with her. Two officers responded to take a report and notify the DCF.

4:32 pm A motorist reported that some luggage had fallen off of a motor vehicle and was now in the middle of the roadway on Hayden Rowe Street. Officer Aaron O'Neil responded but did not find any luggage.

4:31 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer assisted a disabled motor vehicle on Main Street.

2:57 pm The Holliston Police Department reported a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on College Street. Officer Patrick O'Brien responded and advised that the accident was just over the town line in Holliston.

2:37 pm A motorist reported that a couple of small pieces of furniture were in the roadway on North Mill Street. Officer Patrick O'Brien responded and removed them.

2:20 pm A caller reported that motor vehicles were parked in a handicapped spot and were blocking a fire hydrant on Ash Street. Officer Patrick O'Brien responded and advised that the vehicles were gone upon his arrival.

2:03 pm A caller reported a dead deer with three small deer standing beside it on the side of the road on Hayden Rowe Street. Officer Patrick O'Brien checked the area and stated only seeing one deer in the field.

12:32 pm A landscaper on Cedar Street reported finding an unsecured door. Officer Thomas Griffin stated finding a foyer door unlocked but all interior doors secured.

11:04 am An employee of a West Main Street business reported finding two people in a motor vehicle who appeared to be passed out. Officer Thomas Griffin responded and advised that the vehicle was gone upon his arrival.

10:01 am Officer Thomas Griffin responded to assist a disabled motor vehicle on West Main Street but it was gone before his arrival.

12:40 am Officer Philip Powers checked and spoke with the operator of a motor vehicle on Fruit Street.

12:32 am A motorist reported that a vehicle behind him was all over the roadway on West Main Street. Officer John Moran located the vehicle and advised that it hit a curb but was in Upton. The Upton Police Department stated that it was ok to stop the vehicle and responded.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

8:31 pm An Edge Hill Road resident reported receiving harassing text messages.

7:40 pm A caller reported that a vehicle was parked in the roadway on Downey Street causing a road hazard. Officer William Burchard located the owner and had it removed.

7:09 pm A caller reported that a motor vehicle struck his vehicle on Downey Street and then left the scene heading towards West Main Street. Officer William Burchard responded and located the vehicle parked in the driveway of the owner's residence. The operator returned to the scene and was issued a criminal application for leaving the scene of property damage in a motor vehicle accident.

1:33 pm There was a report of tree brush in the roadway on Wood Street. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and stated that there was no hazard.

12:56 pm A caller reported that a tree was down in the roadway on Spring Street. Officer Thomas Griffin checked the area and notified the DPW to remove it.

11:38 am The State Police requested EMS for a motor vehicle accident with personal injuries on the Mass Pike.

10:32 am A resident reported that cars were parking on the roadway in front of EMC Park. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and issued five parking citations.

8:15 am A 911 caller from Avenue D reported that a liquid nitrogen tank was leaking. Officer Thomas Griffin responded to assist the Fire Department.

7:57 am A caller reported that a tree company was operating in violation of the town by-law. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and notified the crew about the hours allowed for operation.

6:38 am A Hayden Rowe Street resident reported that baseball practice was starting this early. Officer Jacob Campbell checked and spoke with them.

Friday, July 11, 2014

11:06 pm A resident of Granite Street reported that her dog was barking at something and wanted her house checked. Officer Jacob Campbell checked the property and advised that he did not find anything suspicious.

10:33 pm A 911 caller from Turnbridge Lane reported a domestic disturbance nearby. Three officers responded and wrote a report.

9:49 pm A motorist called 911 and reported an erratic operator on Fruit Street. Officer William Burchard checked the area with a negative find on the vehicle.

9:14 pm A Front Street resident complained about fireworks going off nearby. Officer Matthew McNeil checked the area but did not hear any fireworks.

9:05 pm A resident of Westcott Drive reported that a suspicious male knocked on her door. Officer William Burchard responded but could not find the suspicious male.

8:12 pm A Westcott Drive resident reported possible unregistered solicitors in the area. Officer William Burchard spoke with them and advised that they were soliciting for a non-profit company and were ok.

5:36 pm Officer Matthew McNeil responded to a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Wilson Street.

2:39 pm Officer Stephen Buckley assisted a disabled motor vehicle on West Main Street.

2:38 pm Officer Thomas Griffin assisted a disabled motor vehicle on Wood Street.

9:04 am Officer Stephen Buckley assisted with passenger safety on Main Street.


Wild Food Foraging with Russ Cohen

July 31, 6PM at Stefans Farm on Mechanic Street in Upton

The Upton Open Space Committee and The Friends of Upton State Forest are co-sponsoring Russ Cohen for his return visit to Upton.

Russ Cohen, author of the foraging guide Plants I Have Known…and Eaten is a professional environmentalist and wild foods enthusiast who is passionate about sharing his interest in wild foods. For over 40 years he has been leading walks to introduce participants to edibles in the outdoor environment.

Russ received his bachelor's degree in land use planning from Vassar College in 1978, and received a masters in Natural Resources and a law degree from Ohio State University in 1982. He has been employed by the Riverways Program (now part of the Division of Ecological Restoration) of the Mass. Department of Fish and Game since 1988, and has served as its Rivers Advocate since 1992.

Russ grew up in Weston where he spent much of his free time in the woods, cultivating a strong spiritual connection to nature. His first formal exposure to edible wild plants occurred in an “edible Botany" mini-course offered by his high school biology department. He learned about two dozen edible species that grew around the high school grounds, and the class had a big "feed" at the end of the course. Russ got turned on to the subject, went to the local library and took out every book he could find on the topic, taught himself over fifty more species, and, in his senior year of high school (1974), he taught the Edible Botany class he had taken as a sophomore.

Russ has led walks for over two dozen different organizations, including the Massachusetts Audubon Society, the New England Wild Flower Society, The Trustees of Reservations and the Ecological Landscaping Association. These foraging programs were held at various outdoor locations throughout New England, ranging from two-hour evening walks in the city and suburbs to lengthier explorations in the mountains and along the seacoast. During the "off-season", Russ writes articles on foraging and gives slide presentations featuring many of his favorite edible wild plants and mushrooms found in New England. Russ’ foraging book, Wild Plants I Have Known…and Eaten, came out in June of 2004, and is now in its fifth printing. More information can be found at http://users.rcn.com/eatwild/bio.htm

The program takes place on Thursday, July 31st at Stefans Farm on Mechanic Street in Upton Meet at the Upton Community Garden parking lot (near the power lines). Sign in at 5:45PM, walk begins at 6PM. There is some rough footing, so participants should wear appropriate shoes and consider clothing to protect against ticks. Bug repellant is recommended. The program is free of charge. For more info contact uptonopenspaceevents@charter.net






Hopkinton Common

Thursday, July 17, 2014

8:30 pm


Come join us this Thursday July 17th for our FINAL Movie on the Common night of the season. We are finishing up our season with the biggest animated film of the last year: FROZEN! Get out those blankets, sweatshirts, and coolers and come out to enjoy a night on the common. FREE POPCORN for all guests!
Movie starts at sundown (around 8:30). ~ Kevin Hanley, Parks and Rec Director

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Troopers Arrest Man for Alleged Threats to Malden Court Proceeding

JMALDEN - uly 14, 2014 — Massachusetts State Police, with the assistance of officers from other agencies, today arrested a Stoneham man who is suspected of making threats related to court proceedings in Malden District Court. The suspect, MARK MULDOWNEY, 50, was pulled over after he left a court appearance on an unrelated case in the Malden courthouse this morning.

Police began an investigation last week after an MBTA passenger observed a drawing with writing on it left behind in a train car. The drawing and writing indicated the threat of a crime occurring at Malden District Court. The material also indicated today’s date — July 14 — but did not have a name associated with it.

The State Police sent numerous troopers, both uniformed and in plainclothes, to the courthouse this morning for added security.  They were joined in the security effort by Malden Police officers, members of the Middlesex Sheriff’s Department, and other local officers. At one point in the morning, based on intelligence developed with the assistance of Wakefield Police, the attention of troopers and officers was drawn to MULDOWNEY, who had a court appearance on an unrelated case.

After MULDOWNEY’s case was called and his hearing ended, he left the courtroom.  Troopers attempted to speak to him outside the courthouse but he proceed directly to his car, a 2000 Honda Civic, and drove off. Trooper Danab Shea of the Troop A Community Action Team , who by that time had learned that the registration on the Civic previously had been revoked, stopped the car on Summer Street in Malden. In the car, Trooper Shea observed a drawing with text similar to that which previously had been observed on the train by the passenger. The exact content of the drawings and writing is not being released at this time as the investigation is ongoing.

MULDOWNEY was brought to the Medford Barracks, where he was booked for threatening to commit a crime. Additional charges are being determined. The investigation by State Police and the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office is ongoing. No further information is being released at this time.

MSP Press Release


Free For All

July 14, 2014 — The jam-packed  Hopkinton Common was alive with the sound of Swing on Sunday as young and old enjoyed the sounds of the Roy Scott Big Band.


No Injuries

July 13, 2014 — This 7:50 pm accident at the intersection of Main and Pleasant Streets resulted in no injuries, but the need for a wrecker or two. 
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Best Bees

July 13, 2014 — Weston Nurseries workers were busy as bees on Sunday as  the nursery held a blueberry festival. Above, a member of the Medina family, with several members off-camera, samples some honey from Jacqueline Beaupre of the Best Bees Company, LLC, who set up outside of the Garden Center.


Early Steps

July 13, 2014 —Nana, Pat Pavlov, lends 13 month-old Evie some helping hands at the Hopkinton Farmer's Market today.
Baker's Dozen

July 13, 2014 — Baked goods were worth waiting for at the Hopkinton Farmer's Market today, judging from the dozen or more people standing in line in front of this vendor's tent.



July 13, 2014 — The Main (lower) Beach of Hopkinton State Park has been closed all weekend due to a high bacteria count resulting from goose droppings, according to an Environmental Police Officer; but that didn't keep people from using the upper beach and the reservoir itself. It was a sailor's paradise today as gusts of wind powered sail craft from one end to the other.

License Required

July 12, 2014 — An Environmental Police Officer orders fishermen out of the water at the Hopkinton Reservoir and tells them if he has to pay for a license, so do they. He also warned them of the consequences of fishing without a license; a $50 fine and possible arrest.

Family  Stuff

By the Light...

July 12, 2014 — This pleasure boat docked in Lake Maspenock takes a ride at dusk under the light of the silvery Moon yesterday.


At Rest

July 11, 2014 — This dragonfly grabs a small, dead branch of a blueberry bush on the shore of Lake Whitehall to rest from its usual non-stop eating and mating. The creature has two eyes with 30,000 lenses each. It left its perch and circled the photographer, and then returned to his branch to continue chewing its last catch and pose for the photo.

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Police Incident Log - Updated July 11, 2014

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Incident Log

Thursday, July 10, 2014

9:57 pm A caller reported a suspicious motor vehicle parked on West Main Street with a person inside who appeared to be sleeping. Officer Aaron O'Neil spoke with the operator and sent him on his way.

4:27 pm A resident of Whitehall Lane reported a missing Siberian Husky. The Animal Control Officer was notified.

3:15 pm A motorist stated that a tractor trailer truck ran out of gas on West Main Street and had to drop his payload while he went to the nearest gas station.

10:57 am A caller from Ray Street reported a loose dog in the area that was unknown to local residents. The Animal Control Officer was advised and responded.

9:03 am Several callers reported a motor vehicle accident with personal injury on West Main Street. Three officers responded to assist the Fire Department and write a report. One operator was transported to the hospital.

12:30 am Officer John Moran checked a motor vehicle that was parked by the tennis courts on Hayden Rowe Street.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

11:54 pm A Longwood Drive resident reported that at least two teenagers rang her doorbell then took off. Officer Linda Higgins responded and checked the area with a negative find.

8:51 pm Officer William Burchard spoke with two individuals on Loop Road and sent them on their way.

7:14 pm A caller reported seeing the storm door and front door wide open to an unoccupied house on Fruit Street. Officer Aaron O'Neil advised that it was an oversight and he was able to secure the doors.

4:15 pm The Fire Department advised that a walk-in reported a low hanging branch, possibly touching the main electrical wire, on Price Street. Officer William Burchard confirmed that a large dead tree limb was hanging from the primary wire and notified the electrical company.

2:22 pm A resident of Pinecrest Village reported some type of dispute with a neighbor. There was a language barrier so it was difficult to understand what was going on. Officer Gregg DeBoer spoke with all involved and advised that Assault and Battery charges were going to be filed against a suspect. The suspect was also advised that harassment or witness intimidation would result in more charges.

8:38 am Officer Philip Powers assisted a disabled motor vehicle on Grove Street.

8:06 am A caller reported that a blue vehicle, with one occupant in the passenger side, was parked at the beginning of Erika Drive. Officer Patrick O'Brien checked the neighborhood for the vehicle with a negative find.

12:56 am Officer Linda Higgins assisted the Holliston Police Department with a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Mill Street.



Available Now! Legacy Farms Townhome Resale! Owner relocating out of state.
No need to wait months for the next phase to be ready!
10 Autumn Ridge Drive, Hopkinton, MA (More photos here)
Open House Saturday, July 12, 2014  • 2:30 - 5:00 pm - $489,000


Peaceful, Easy Feelin'

July 10, 2014 — Courtney Boynton, who with her husband and child, is a veteran of the Marathon bombing lockdown in Watertown, enjoys some solace basking in the setting sun as a Hopkinton icon reflects in the image behind her. They have transplanted to this area, "Where there are fewer crazy people."

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Dancing in the Street

July 10, 2014 — These dancing flowers on the side of the road on East Street in Upton were as bright as any traffic light this afternoon as the powerful July Sun shone its bounty upon them.


Hopkins School Principal Announced

Hopkinton, MA

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Tim Kearnan as Principal of Hopkins Elementary School.  Mr. Kearnan has already proven himself an excellent school leader in his role as Assistant Principal at the school and he is dedicated to continuing the work taking place to advance the academic, social-emotional and community mission.


Mr. Kearnan has enjoyed many different roles in Hopkinton. He worked for two years as a Technology Integration Specialist at Elmwood Elementary School, then transitioned to the classroom where he taught second grade for nine years.  During that time he also served as president of the Hopkinton Teachers’ Association.  He has served for the past two years as Assistant Principal in the district.


Mr. Kearnan earned a B.A. in Elementary Education from Stonehill College, and a M.Ed. from Fitchburg State College.  He has completed additional Graduate Administrative coursework at Worcester State College.


Mr. Kearnan is eager to begin and will be holding a Public Forum on Monday, July 14th at 6:00 PM at the Hopkins School cafeteria to give the community the opportunity to meet with him.  Additional opportunities to meet Mr. Kearnan will be provided throughout the summer and will be announced through the school’s listserv.  Among his first tasks will be to conduct a search for an Assistant Principal.


We are looking forward to a seamless leadership transition at the Hopkins Elementary School.

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The 200 Foundation, Inc. to hold its 33rd Charity Golf Tournament


Framingham, MASS - The 200 Foundation is thrilled to announce their 33rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament will be held Monday, August 11th at Charter Oak Country Club, Hudson MA.


The event will benefit over 50 different area organizations that assist those most in need.


Vincent Purpura, Vice President of the Board of Directors of the 200 Foundation, Inc., expects 200 community business and professional leaders to attend. “We are very excited to showcase some new on course surprises for our guests this year,” said Purpura.  “Each golfer allows us to further our mission of helping those most in need in our community.”


Following golf, the program will feature dinner, an auction followed by Comedian Tony V., and the raffling off of a new 2014 420 horsepower Mustang GT, in celebration of the foundation’s 50th Anniversary.


Since 1964, The 200 Foundation, a group of Metro West business and community leaders has focused on raising money for programs that assist underprivileged families and individuals.


The Foundation is celebrating its 50th anniversary year of events and recently held its 50th Annual dinner with a record attendance of over 300. The Foundation has also been named the 2014 Organization of the Year by the Metro-West Rotary Club.


Tickets to the tournament are still available by contacting the Foundation at www.the200.org


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