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DAY ONE 2007

Annual Town Meeting Completes 31 of 58 Articles

Additional 4.5 Million Waste Water Funding Does Not Address Future Development

Ten Homes to be Assessed 24K Each


By David Hamacher

(This article makes several references to the Annual Town Warrant available here.)

May 8, 2007 — 250 Hopkinton voters attending the first night of the 2006 Annual Town Meeting last night became part of a fast moving, smoothly run meeting, completing 31 of 58 articles on the town warrant.

            Before the reading of the Articles, departments gave updates. Linda Kimball of the Library Trustees  presented ambitious plans for the library's expansion, and brought along a model that was displayed in the hallway (Photo, below).

            Appropriations Committee Chair, Mr. Stuart Cowart (Photo, right), presented a slide show describing the different ways capital articles would be funded this year. “This is the first time we are doing what we call a one year capital exclusion. This means that those articles which are approved here at town meeting, and again at the ballot, will mean a one-time hit on your tax bill. Next year’s taxes will be increased by the amount, and the following year, your bill will reduced by the same amount if there are no other impacts.”

            After Personnel Committee Chair, Dr. Ezat Parnia had recommended her annual salary be set at $51,500.00 in Article 2; Town Clerk, Ms. Ann Click, presented a compelling argument that $56,700.00 would better reflect a salary for both the results she had achieved over the past ten years, and her status within the industry. Her amendment also included any cost of living increase that would be offered to any other town employee. The amendment passed easily.

            Dealing mostly with funding issues, Articles 3-12 passed easily with little debate. Comprehensive presentations from Ms. Marie Eldridge for the By-Law Review Committee, School Committee Chair Ms. Rebecca Robak, Planning Board Chair Mr. Mark Abate, and Appropriations Chair, Mr. Cowart reduced the need for much debate from the floor. The Fiscal Year (FY ’08) Operating Budget of the Town in the amount of $23,691,736.22 was approved, along with $31,204,200.06 for the local education budget, and several by-law and zoning changes outlined in the articles.

            $775,825.07 for expenses of the Sewer Department for 2008 was approved with $750,664.07 coming from revenues received by the department in FY ’08, and $25,161.00 to be raised by taxation. Mr. Cowart explained that the total expenses would actually come out of the Operating Budget. Two articles (9 and 11) covering existing Water and Sewer debt service in the amount of $1,661,095 were approved, along with Article10 for wages, salaries, expenses, shared costs and fringe benefits for the Water Department. This amount will be funded by the Water Enterprises, Fund, taxation, and FY ’08 revenues. FULL DAY ONE STORY

No Laughing Matter

May 8, 2007 — For insurance purposes, Jeff Holt, victim of the April 27 Hayden Rowe Street fire had to move his destroyed car from the garage with the help of a humorous friend.

PMC Kids-Upton Kids Ride 

Raise Money for the Pan-Mass Challenge

June 23, 2007

WHO:                    More than 200+ young cyclists
WHAT:                  Youth to bike ride in the PMC Kids-Upton Kids Ride                 
WHEN:                 June 23, 2007 9:00am-12pm
WHERE:               Blackstone Valley Tech H.S.  65 Pleasant Street Upton


     More than 200+ children ages 1 and up will ride in the PMC Kids-Upton Kids Ride, the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge (PMC). Youth will ride 15 Miles or as much as they can complete. The Upton Kids Ride was started by Chief Thomas Stockwell and Officer Lisa Vass, after Owen Bradley at the age of 8 approached his grandfather (Chief Stockwell) and wanted to do a ride for kids similar to the Pan Mass Challenge. 

     The ride hopes to raise $25,000.00+. Proceeds from the Upton Kids Ride will benefit the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge, which supports cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through its Jimmy Fund. PMC Kids Rides involve young people in volunteerism and charitable giving, while providing a safe and fun opportunity for them to become involved in the PMC mission. In 2006, 17 PMC Kids Rides brought in over $268,000. The PMC expects there to be 20+ PMC Kids Rides in 2007.

     Children will enjoy a cookout with hotdogs, hamburgers, chips, drinks, face painting and music, and awards given out to the top 20 fundraisers after the event. There will also be a silent auction for the adults.  For more information, or to register, visit kids.pmc.org  click on kids ride and go the Upton ride or visit www.uptonpolice.org

     The Pan-Massachusetts Challenge is a 192-mile bike-a-thon that draws 4,000+ cyclists from 30 states and six countries to ride across Massachusetts to raise millions of dollars for cancer research and treatment for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through its Jimmy Fund. This year's event is set for Aug. 4 and 5. The PMC is presented by the Boston Red Sox and Overstock.com. For more information about the PMC, visit www.pmc.org

The Tiller

May 7, 2007 — David Jones is not looking to till the sidewalk on Main Street, but to deliver this antique to Country Plus for display and sale.

New Member

May 7, 2007 — Above, former Selectman Eric Sonnett and his wife Suzanne enjoy a moment prior to the start of the Metrowest Symphony's performance at the High School last Saturday. Rob Ocasio, President of the orchestra, has disclosed that Mr. Sonnett, will be joining the MSO of Hopkinton's Board of Directors next month.

Police News UP-TO-DATE  Today, May 7, 2007


1:11 pm The Franklin Police Department requested that a resident of Hayden Rowe Street be taken into custody for a restraining order violation...



12:16 pm A caller reported that some youths were climbing on top of the bath house roof at Sandy Beach...


1:56 pm A Main Street business owner reported that a young boy pulled down a store display and cut himself on the cheek while he was doing it...



HopNews.com Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton, Massachusetts

Updated on May 7, 2007  by Eric Montville


Address Buyer Price Date Seller
1 Turnbridge Lane Kevin Levey $305,000 May  04, 2007 Kristine Cole Palsha
294 Wood Street Eugene Zanella & Lisa Merloni Zanella $395,000 May  01, 2007 Loraine R. Walsh
3 Daniel Road Stephen N. Leighton & Elizabeth Leighton $640,000 May  01, 2007 John R. Sheldon & Elia T. Sheldon
15 Colella Farm Road Prasad Narasimhan & Padmini Pangal $665,000 Apr.  30, 2007 Douglas L. Schuck & Ellen K. Schuck

See Full List back to February 1,  2007

             Hopkinton Attorney joins Talk Radio

Legal analyst on Blute program


May 7, 2007 — Joseph E. Nealon, of Hopkinton Massachusetts has joined the Peter Blute Morning Show on WCRN 830 AM as a legal analyst.  He will be commenting on various social and legal events, topics and issues Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6:50 am.

       Mr. Nealon is a member of the Hopkinton High School Class of 1988 and a graduate of Massachusetts School of Law and has been a practicing attorney since being admitted to the bar in 1998.  Joe describes his practice as a truly general practice. 

      “I enjoy being able to help families and individuals navigate the often complicated legal process, identify issues and their personal needs and helping them achieve reasonable solutions.” 

      His practice is currently located at 45 Lyman Street, Westborough, Massachusetts.

     WCRN is fast becoming the voice of central Massachusetts anchored by Peter Blute from 6-9:00am and Hank Stoltz from 9:00am to 12:00pm.  The only morning of complete local talk. 

Endorsement for Brian Herr for Selectman

Dear Editor:


I am writing to you today to endorse my friend and colleague, Brian Herr, for Selectman.  For the 5 years I have known Brian, I have witnessed his passion for Hopkinton.  In my mind, he is an extraordinary candidate for the Board of Selectmen.  He is the energetic, well-rounded leader we all want to represent us.


Brian has integrity.  I have seen the way he interacts with others.  He treats everyone with respect.  He listens intently and responds with empathy.  He is forward-looking; he only looks back to learn from the past and apply his experiences to future opportunities.  FULL LETTER

Taurus Chosen as partner for Weston Nurseries purchase

Possible conflict of interest alleged


by Robert Falcione

May 7, 2007 — The Land Use Study Committee has taken perhaps the most important vote since their inception following the disclosure of the sale of Weston Nurseries land in 2005. This morning they voted overwhelmingly to recommend to the Selectmen that Taurus New England be chosen as the developer for the Trust For Public Land in the matter of the possible partnership with TPL in the development of Weston Nurseries land. Boulder Capital, which had been pitched as another suitor, also has a Purchase and Sale with Weston Nurseries. Boulder will get another shot at it at by inference at the Special Town Meeting on June 11 if the town takes no action on its options to purchase outright or to assign its rights.

      At that Special Town Meeting, the town will vote either to assign the Chapter 61A right of first refusal to TPL, or purchase the land outright. If the town votes to do nothing, Boulder is expected to follow through with a plan that will involve a greater amount of development.

      Many of the members of the committee who voted for Taurus today gave greater conservation, open space, lower density and quality of life issues as the reasons for their choice.

      One sour note this morning was the revelation by committee member Eric Sonnett that TPL had sent a letter (Read letter) to the Town disclosing that Badge Blackett, their representative in the process, has a part-time consulting job with Taurus New England Land Ventures company, a sister company of the Taurus New England entity that won the approval of the committee today, after having heard presentations (See Clips) by Taurus, Boulder and Mr. Blackett on other occasions.

      The TPL letter discloses the relationship, but denies that a conflict exists.

      Member Muriel Kramer, Selectmen Chair, promised to follow up with an opinion from Town Counsel on the issue of a conflict.

      Mr. Perry will have a slide to present to Town Meeting this evening.    

Love for Jerry at Tennis Club

May 6, 2007 — On the Friday before Christmas, 2006, Tennis Pro Jerry Higgins complained of a pain that turned out to be a spinal abscess that masqueraded as a stiff neck for nearly a week. As a result, the infection spread, causing paralysis of the lower extremities as well as substantial loss in his upper extremities. The condition has not improved.

     The love of the sport that moved Mr. Higgins to give up a successful fish market 30 years ago was evident in the amount of people who showed up at his benefit at the Westborough Tennis & Swim Club, and the love they expressed for him, a benefit that was organized to help defray over $300,000 in first year expenses.

     Mr. Higgins coached tennis at clubs throughout the area as well as at the Hopkinton tennis courts.

    To hear some strong testimonials from former students, and from Matt Siegel from KISS 108, play the movie above. And there is a thank-you from Mr. Higgins himself.   

Hopkinton Student Musicians win awards

The Hopkinton High School Concert Band under the direction of Steven Yavarow, and the Hopkinton Middle School Eight Grade Chorus, under the direction of Ashley Nelson, won Gold Medals at the 31st annual Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association (MICCA) concert and choral festival. 

As a result of their gold medal performances, each group was invited to perform in the MICCA "Stars at Symphony" Showcase.
  The Eighth Grade Chorus performed at Symphony Hall in Boston on Saturday, April 21st and the High School Concert Band performed at Mechanics Hall in Worcester on Sunday, April 29th.

Hopkinton was well represented at the festival sending nine groups to be evaluated by nationally acclaimed judges. Earning Silver Medals, under the direction of Ashley Nelson were the Sixth Grade Chorus, Seventh Grade Chorus, and the Middle School Chamber Singers.  The Eighth Grade Band, under the direction of Craig Hay, the Sixth Grade Band, the Seventh Grade Band, under the direction of David Purdy, the High School Chorus, Under the direction of Ramsey Kurdi, and the High School Repertory Band, under the direction of Steven Yavarow, were awarded Bronze Medals.

The MICCA Festival is held each spring at seven locations across the state including Hopkinton High School and Hopkinton Middle School. This year, 144 band and orchestras, and 85 choruses, representing over 11,000 students participated in the 3 day event.

What's the rush?

May 6, 2007 — The turtles are out and about at Lake Whitehall's Little Pond on Pond Street after vacationing in the mud for several months

At the Car Wash

May 6, 2007 — Stephanie Torosian directs vehicles into the rear of JC Parmenter for the Girls' Varsity Lacrosse team's car wash today.

Whoa, horsey!

May 6, 2007 — Zachary Maloney,3, gets a ride form his dad, Paul, at the High School field today where hundreds of kids in age-driven groups, ran a Mini-marathon. Click on the thumbnails to see other pictures.


May 6, 2007 — Above, actors from Enter Stage Left Theater play the parts of famous composers at the performance of the MetroWest Symphony Orchestra of Hopkinton this afternoon, as one "helps" the other conduct while the musicians tune and people pour into the High School Auditorium before the official program began.

Hopkinton Police 10th Annual

2007 Fishing Derby


Date: Saturday, May 12th (rain date is May 19th)

Time: 8:00 am to 9:00 am for children under 10 years of age

                 Fishing Derby 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Location: Hopkinton Sportsman's Club, 95 Lumber St.,


Hear an invitation in Officer Lemon's own words, above.

High School Varsity Girls’ Lacrosse Car wash

Car Wash – to raise money for our team’s trip to Martha’s Vineyard


Today, Sunday May 6,   11:00AM  – 4:00PM  


Across from Middle School – at JC Parmenter parking lot


May 6, 2007 — The HopNews camera recorded candidates, as well as Whitehall cleanup and YMCA open house on Saturday.

Look Through any Window

May 5, 2007 — Dan Cloutier, seen through a window pane at 30 Main Street, brought his many musical abilities to ESL Coffeehouse on Saturday night.

Flower Power

May 5, 2007 — Cindy Zettek holds son, Matthew, while campaigning in the Center this morning for her husband, Matt, who is running for Selectman. Politicians have a tacit, if not spoken, agreement to stop campaigning Downtown at noon.


Old Meets Old 

May 5, 2007 — South Mill Street is rural all over the place.

Hopkinton Masons to Hold Open House

John Warren Lodge

6 Main Street

7:00 p.m. on May 8th.


John Warren Lodge will present "What's It All About," an informative program about Masonry and other Fraternal Organizations at 7:00 p.m. on May 8th.  The Lodge is located at 6 Main Street, and everyone attending will be treated to a pot-luck dinner.


Perhaps your father or grandfather was a Mason.  Or maybe your mother belong to Eastern Star.  This program will feature brief presentations on Blue Lodge Masonry, Scottish Rite, York Rite, Shriners, Eastern Star, Rainbow Girls, and the DeMolay. 


We welcome you to learn about the charity work these organizations perform, membership requirements, and community involvement.




May 5, 2007 — During floor discussions on the state budget in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, the 495/MetroWest delegation’s House members secured a legislative earmark of $250,000 for the 495/MetroWest Corridor Partnership.


These funds were secured via a budget amendment filed by State Representatives Stephen LeDuc, Paul Loscocco (File photo), James Vallee, and David Linsky, and co-sponsored by ten other members State Representatives Pam Richardson, Harold Naughton, Thomas Conroy, John Fernandes, Geoffrey Hall, George Peterson, Karyn Polito, Richard Ross, Tom Sannicandro, and Alice Peisch.


The Partnership is a non-profit advocacy organization serving thirty-two towns, over half a million residents, and an employment base of $13.5 Billion – second only to Boston’s – by addressing regional needs through public / private collaboration, and by enhancing the economic vitality and quality of life while sustaining natural resources.  Accordingly, the Partnership is charged with addressing regional constraints and limitations, and has been conducting numerous initiatives on housing, transportation, brownfields, workforce, and water supply issues.


“These legislators have been real leaders on behalf of the region,” pointed out Paul Matthews, the Partnership’s Executive Director.  “This support in the House budget is a crucial commitment to the 495/MetroWest region and the Partnership’s principles of public-private collaboration.  We’d like to especially thank the lead sponsors of this amendment - Representatives LeDuc, Loscocco, Linsky, and Vallee, who made the Partnership’s funding one of their top priorities during such a difficult budget year.”


Budget deliberations now move the State Senate, where the Senate Ways and Means Committee is developing their budget proposal for debate later this spring.

What is the Little League $10,000 Draw? Pat Mahon explains in the video above, while in the middle of it.

Yard Sale

Corner of Hayward & Third Rd

Saturday May 5th 9am - 1pm
rain date Sunday the 6th

Yard Sale : 1 Third road / corner of Hayward & Third Rd, Sandy Beach -Lake Maspenock Neighborhood- Hopkinton. Proceeds to benefit the American Cancer Society being held by the Lake Maspenock Relay For Life Team.

PLEASE no early birds. This is a group effort of a few families: household items, smalls, books, clothing, computer stuff, home furnishings, kid stuff and whatever we can get our husband's to part with :) . Please support Hopkinton's first Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society and our community's team. This is our team's Relay for Life link

Hopkinton 15, Millis 7

by Peter Marso

May 4, 2007 — The Hopkinton Hillers Baseball team returned back to its winning ways with a 15-7 victory over a stubborn Millis Mohawk outfit Friday in Hopkinton. The Victory enables the Stickney nine to up its record to 6-3 overall in the Tri-valley League race.

     The Hillers got excellent pitching from Adam Merzel ( coming back from injury) and he helped his own cause by belting a Homerun as well. Mark Sanborn also hit a big homerun to give the hillers the victory. Dan Muscatello and Brian Doyle also added big hits as the Hiller offense just was not to be denied.

     Merzel hopes to take his skills to Emory (Atlanta) and join their baseball team. With proper care this goal is well at hand. Injuries can set a player behind, but Adams determination and desire will help him achieve this goal. The Hillers will be taking on St. Johns Prep (Danvers) Saturday at 3:00 in a non league tilt . St. Johns is a tremendous program and it will be a big task for the Hillers and great experience for them.

2nd Annual Yard Sale to Benefit Avon Walk For Breast Cancer

Saturday, May 5

8:30 AM at 26 Kimball Road

     Items include books, pictures, picture frames, fireplace screen, dolls, kitchen utensils, household and children's items.

And lots more!! Every 3 minutes a woman is diagnosed with Breast Cancer.

     Your support will make a Difference ! Walking 39 miles in the Avon Breast Cancer Walk are Kristen Park, left, and Tammy Hessberger, right. They each have to raise $1,800 in order to participate in the walk.


Hopkinton Patriots Trail Girls Scouts


Hopkinton Patriots Trail Girls Scouts will be holding Spring registration on

June 12 from 5PM - 7PM at Bill's Pizza -

Contact Maureen Camillucci at 508-881-7171 with any questions or if you cannot make registration night but want to register.


Metrowest Symphony Orchestra of Hopkinton  Family Concert

3:00 p.m. on May 6, 2007

 Hopkinton High School Auditorium

More Info and Tickets

Unprincipled Bias Taints Deliberations


     Following is a letter I sent to members of the Land Use Study Committee:


Ladies and Gentlemen:

The notable and longstanding contributions to the Town of your Chairman notwithstanding, I respectfully urge you to rise above the unprincipled bias in favor of Boulder Capital that, in my opinion, has tainted the LUSC's deliberations.  To do so is to render easy your vote in the best interest of Hopkinton.

My appreciation in advance for your consideration,

Bill McCarthy

5 Linden Street

May 4, 2007

Auditions for the CAA Annual Talent Showcase:
An evening of community, sharing and fun!

Friday, May 4
th 6-9 pm,   

Saturday, May 5th 9-11 am
Hopkinton Middle School Auditorium

Hayden Rowe, Hopkinton

Come and share your talent of music, dance, spoken word/ comedy  etc. with your community!

Audition fee: $10 per person, $ 20 per group

ALL AGES (8 years and above) invited  to come out and audition!
For Information, see www.caahopkinton.org/caatelnetshow2007.shtml
or call the Cultural Arts Alliance at 435-9222.

Schools Plan for Building Repairs, Expansion, and Future Growth

Building Committee to be Reconstituted for Early Childhood Center
Center School Boiler costs increase 42%


by David Hamacher
May 4, 2007 — At their regularly scheduled meeting last night, the Hopkinton School Committee accepted the proposal of the special facilities sub-committee to hire Flansburgh Architects from Boston to be the design firm for the repair of the Middle School exterior walls and roof replacement. Members included Director of Building and Grounds Mr. Al Rogers, Facilities Director Brian Main, and Finance Director Geoff MacDonald. Four firms were identified, three were interviewed, and Flansburgh was the successful candidate. Hired subject to funding at town meeting, Brian Main will be assigned as the Owners Project Manager in accordance with state law.
     The committee also recognized that the design for the Center School boiler replacement resulted in a revised cost expanding from $243,000.00 to $345,000.00, an increase of 42%. The increase is the result of the many variables specific to Center School including the need to build and install the boiler in sections and the need to remove asbestos.
      Discussions ensued around the time frame for the schools to prepare a statement of interest (SOI) to be forwarded to the MA School Building Authority by July 31st of this year. In order for the SOI to be presented, the new school building committee needs to be reconstituted according to new MSBA requirements, selected by the Board of Selectmen who will then work with the School Committee to authorize the Dr. Jack Phelan, Superintendent to make the formal submission.   

      There are many challenges in positioning the submittal because of the decommissioning of Center School, the building of a new early childhood center on the grounds of Elmwood, as well as the expansion of both Elmwood and Hopkins to accommodate the total student enrollment of grades 1-5. These actions do not consider in any way, the impact that Weston Nurseries development will have on the town. FULL STORY






If you see this couple on May 4, 2007, wish them a Happy 50th!

HUGE multi-family yard sale

Wildwood Glen neighborhood.

Sat. May 5 8am-12pm.
Tons of kids stuff, toys, furniture, and house wares. Glen and Breakneck Hill Roads. Houses will be marked. Rain Date Sun May 6.



MAY 4, 2007 —Every year, Hopkinton Youth Soccer provides opportunities to play soccer for nearly 2000 children ranging in age from 5 to 18. When combined with the youth softball, baseball, and lacrosse programs in town, there are over 3000 Hopkinton children registered to play organized outdoor sports each and every year. Hopkinton also has one of the highest per capita rates of children under 10 years old in Massachusetts.

What our community does not have is sufficient athletic fields on which they can play. We do not have enough fields in town, and the fields we do have are in deplorable condition, mainly due to overuse. This presents a serious challenge to our programs.

The town purchased land on Fruit Street a couple of years ago for the express purpose of providing the playing fields that we so desperately need. The Parks and Recreation Department has a plan to develop several quality multipurpose athletic fields. Development on this owned land will provide our children with what many of us had when we were their age – space to play. HopNews file photo

Organized sports provide children and communities with countless benefits. For the children, they have fun, develop friendships, learn new skills, gain a sense of accomplishment, and learn to function as part of a team. The exercise and quality social activities will enable them to grow into healthy, mature, and well-rounded adults. For the community, athletic fields provide a location to gather as families, cheering for children, siblings, and neighbors. It is there that many of us develop friendships and other relationships which in turn strengthen the bonds of our community.

I believe completing the development of the athletic fields is in our collective best interests, and on behalf of Hopkinton Youth Soccer Association, I encourage everyone to support this endeavor at Town Meeting next week and at the town election on May 21st.

Jim Hynes, HYSA President

Hopkinton Garden Club Annual Plant Sale Fund Raiser


     The Hopkinton Garden Club Plant Sale will be held on the Hopkinton Town Common Saturday, May 19th from 8 to 10 am.  Heavy rain date is Sunday, May 20th from 10 am to 12 pm.

     Come early and bring your friends.  Hardy perennials from member gardens and local nurseries.  This 13th annual fund raiser helps support town beautification projects, garden therapy, scholarships and much more.  Any questions call 508-435-5782 or 435-5115


FOW will provide soup, chili, snacks, bowls & utensils for the lunch break.

Land Use Study Committee to choose partner early next week

    The LUSC will be meeting early next week to decide which company — Taurus New England or Boulder Capital — to recommend to Selectmen to choose as a partner in the Weston Nurseries land purchase. Then the voters will decide in a Special Town Meeting whether to go with that partner, or to purchase the property outright. If the voters choose to do neither, then Boulder Capital is poised to purchase the  property in a deal negotiated with the nursery and approved by the bankruptcy Court.

       Below are clips from presentations that were made to the committee earlier this week.


  • Held at First Congregational Church, Hopkinton (146 E. Main St.) www.fcch.org

  • All proceeds go towards Katrina Relief to help rebuild New Orleans

  • No admission cost, free appetizers and desserts

  • Bidding begins at 6 pm and closes at 8 pm. Bid on your favorite item of jewelry, restaurant gift certificates, landscaping, salon treatments, sports prints, dance classes and much, much more!

  • The teens will entertain you until 8:45 when winning bidders can purchase and pick up their treasures.

  • Bring the whole family to a fun night out!

Click above to see candidates' names and read Warrants and Ballot Questions.

There is a lot going on this weekend. Choose The Weekend!! to learn about all of the weekend's activity, or choose the Calendar for the rest of this month, or the rest of the year.

The Weekend !!

Little League Benefit

Chance at $10,000!

May 4 Join us for a night out to benefit the HLL  and for the chance to win $10,000!  7:00 pm - 12:30 am @ Milford Portuguese Club. Cost - $100 per ticket (each ticket admits 2), Do not have to attend event to win the $10k. Tickets include: chance to win $10K, Buffet from Oliva's Market, Beer & wine & soda through 10:30 pm, DJ & Dancing. If you are interested in donating a prize or sponsoring the event please email Maura Stanley at maurastanley@verizon.net.

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