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Please join us in thanking the sponsors of the 2024 Scholarship Golf Tournament.  They make it possible to fund over $12,000 in scholarships for deserving high school seniors graduating from Hopkinton Middle High School.  A list of past recipients can be found here.
 
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Electrical Contractors in Hopkinton NH | Irish Electric Corp.
 

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The Hopkinton Rotary has awarded over $257,000 in scholarships to high school seniors who are pursuing 2- and 4-year college, technical, or vocational degrees. Special thanks to the many sponsors and participants of our annual golf tournament who make these awards possible. 
 
"Over my years of high school, I've become very involved in Interact and Rotary which I've loved very much. Being a guest at Rotary breakfast has been an absolute pleasure. Thank you for your support of my higher education and Interact, my favorite high school activity!"
 
"I would sincerely like to thank you for presenting me with a community scholarship. I have enjoyed participating in service and giving back to the community."
 
 
Hopkinton Rotary is pleased to honor Susan Covert as 2024 Citizen of the Year.  Susan's efforts to keep the residents of our community informed and up-to-date with her daily email newsletter is a much-appreciated service -- and one we anticipate every morning!  The honor came with a $1,000 donation to a charity of Susan's choice and Two Villages Art Society was the recipient.  Thank you for all you do in service to our town Susan!  This is a well-deserved recognition for your efforts.  To subscribe to Susan's email send yours to scovert@comcast.net.
Hopkinton Rotary meets on Wednesday mornings at the Slusser Center, and guests are welcome.  If you would like to join us for breakfast, please do!  The meeting opens at 7:00 a.m. for fellowship with the official meeting starting at 7:15 a.m. and ending promptly at 8:15 a.m.
 

 
 
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Ryan Hall
May 22, 2024
New owner Duston's Country Club
Club Assembly
May 29, 2024
Club Assembly
Phil Sletten, Research Director
Jun 05, 2024
NH Fiscal Policy Institute
No meeting, Gavel Dinner
Jun 12, 2024
No meeting - Gavel dinner
Club Assembly
Jun 26, 2024
Club Assembly

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