February 10, 2017
The Hopkinton Lions hosted the first Wine Tasting event at Golden Pond for over 30 people to enjoy wine and hors d' Oeuvres from Marty's Liquors in Hopkinton. Proceeds from the tickets sales were donated to the Mass Lions Eye Research Fund.
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(L-R) Bill Muensch, Joe Marquedant, Don Cronin, Bill Chesmore and Christine Curren
September 16, 2017
The Hopkinton Lions hosted a dunk tank at the first Hopkinton Family Day. Various Hopkinton residents volunteered to be dunked on a very hot day: Selectman Brendan Tedstone, Jean Cann, Dale Danahy, Rick Sulfaro, Sammi Hersh, Lisa Breton, Connor Delaney and Laura Poovakad.
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Monday, September 5, 2016
The Hopkinton Lions Club members marched in the Marlborough Labor Day Parade with other Lions clubs such as Marlborough, Framingham, Ashland and Stow.
Thursday, September 8, 2016
The Hopkinton Lions Club cooked and served burgers and hotdogs at the annual Fire and Police Bocce Tournament at the Hopkinton Senior Center.
December 2, 2017
It was a pleasure to host this year's Santa's Special Kids. Thank you to Golden Pond Assisted Living for loaning the beautiful space, Starbucks in Hopkinton for donating the delicious cookies, the professional photography by Sunshine Photography by Christine Snow (photo courtesy of Christine) and her husband, Santa and Mrs. Claus, and Anne Beauchamp for starting such a beautiful event three years ago. Big shout out to Brownie Troop 89242 and Daisy Troop 82358 for making the goodie bags for the parents!
2017 Massachusetts Lions Youth Speech Contest
Topic: What is the impact of volunteerism?
Congratulations to Rohan Krishnan! Rohan is the 2017 Hopkinton Lions Club level winner!
September 30, 2017
The Hopkinton Lions supported Project Just Because by walking in the first annual fundraiser walk "WALK A MILE TO HELP A CHILD IN NEED".
"Get A Lot for Little Cash"
Saturday, October 1, 2016
On Saturday, October 1, 2016, the Hopkinton Lions partnered with Price Chopper Supermarket for a Grocery Dash. Two (2) winners had 4 minutes to gather as many groceries as they could in shopping carts. All qualifying items in the shopping carts were considered winnings.
The two winners, Trish Miller and Eric Tetschner, collected enough groceries to fill up 3 carts between them. Trish Miller, the TLC Executive Director, graciously decided to "donate" the dash run to a dedicated TLC teacher who is currently fighting stage 4 cancer. Her nephew, Jim Ryan, ran in Trish's place.
We would especially like to thank Price Chopper, the winners and all the Grocery Dash ticket buyers for their support of the Hopkinton Lions Club along with the local charitable organizations that we support.