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The 4-Way Test Competition will be held on Monday, March 8 at 6:30 p.m.  Because of the covid-19 pandemic, we will be on Zoom. Please join us as high school students compete in the first stage of this competition.  Each student orally presents an original speech that applies the ethical principles of  Rotary's 4-Way Test to a real life example.  Cash prizes are awarded and the winner will move on to the District Semi-Finals where 4 students will be chosen as Finalists. Finalists will then compete at the Rotary District 7870 Annual Conference, where more prizes will be awarded. 
 
We are especially appreciative of the time and effort that HMHS teacher Kate LaClair gives in organizing and prepping her students for this event. 
 
Join Us On Zoom Monday at 6:30 p.m.
 
Meeting ID: 974 730 9713
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Read more about the Four-Way Test.
 
 
To assist voters in their decision-making when voting in Town and School Board elections, Hopkinton Rotary annually holds a Candidates Forum for contested races.  This year there are three candidates -- Gail Cornell,  Jim O'Rourke, and Amy Stone -- running for two open positions on the Library Board of Directors.
 
All the candidates returned our written questionnaire asking for background. We hope you find them informative and helpful to your deliberations, and we thank the candidates for their participation.
 
Links to candidates' questionnaires:  Gail Cornell; Jim O'Rourke; Amy Stone.
 
Town elections will be held on Tuesday March 9 at the HMHS auditorium.  For those with covid concerns, absentee ballots are available at Town Hall.  More information here.
 
We hope to be back with an in-person forum in 2022 -- post-covid!
 
 
 
Pictured from left to right:  Gail Cornell, Jim O'Rourke, Amy Stone
 
As part of the Million Mask Challenge, Hopkinton Rotarians have begun delivery of paper face masks to local nonprofits and service groups.  President Irv Gordon picked up 16,000 masks and more are expected.  If you are in need of masks, contact Rotary here with a brief description of your organization and your need for adult masks.
 
 
 
Hopkinton Rotary meets on Wednesday mornings by Zoom, and guests are welcome.  If you would like to join us, please do!   Here is a link to follow as well as call-in instructions.  The meeting opens at 7:00 a.m. for fellowship with the official meeting starting at 7:15 a.m. 
 
 
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Rotary International President Holger Knaack's theme for 2020-21, Rotary Opens Opportunities, asks Rotarians to create opportunities that put service ideas into action, and improve the lives of those in need.  Easy words for Hopkinton Rotarians to live by.

 

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