Testimonials

Susan Porter, Hopkinton Resident and Library Trustee

When I moved to Hopkinton 38 years ago, one of my first actions was to apply for a library card. Over the years, my family has been ardent library users, and now my granddaughters continue the tradition. I have seen tremendous growth and increase in stature to our town. I …

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Ron and Marie Eldridge, Hopkinton Residents

“Libraries and community. They’re really inseparable.” Wayne Senville, editor of Planning Commissioners Journal, wrote this in his recent article about libraries being at the heart of our communities. We could not agree more. The Hopkinton Public Library has been an important part of our town for more than 100 years. …

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The Kassab Family – Hopkinton residents

Our Hopkinton library inadequately represents a place to share, grow and learn as a community. Libraries support three core missions: promoting reading, offering access to information and anchoring communities. Hopkinton has outgrown its landmark library as a place of contact, community and pride. People cannot afford to retreat into the digital …

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The Anderson Family – Hopkinton residents

Libraries are unique in that they have universal appeal to people of all ages, perspectives and backgrounds. They are a place where all can escape, dream, learn, explore and achieve – they are essential to building a strong community.

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