May was another busy month in Hopkinton. As the weather got nicer, gardening was a popular activity as the Garden Club held their plant sale on the 18th and as Hopkins students planted perennials in the newly constructed Hawk's Nest garden. In other school news from May, on the 3rd, High School students and teachers chopped and buzzed off their hair in support of Senior Emily Day, who is currently undergoing treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma. On the 16th, Middle School Principal Alan Keller was surprised with a check for over thirty seven thousand dollars by the Hopkinton Education Foundation (HEF) for a grant focusing on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. The grant was the largest ever awarded by the organization. On the 17th, High School Juniors showed off their attire and dates during Grand March. On the 24th, Middle School students got the audience roaring with laughter during a comedy show. And in the only contested race in this year's election, Ellen Scordino won against Amy Ritterbusch in the race for School Committee. And in other town government news, Town Clerk Ann Click was honored for her years of service to the community during the Annual Town Meeting. And in other Hopkinton happenings in May, the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation raised over $3,000 during their annual Touch a Truck fundraiser on the 19th, Team Hoyt was in town on the 23rd for their 21st annual 5k road race, and those who died fighting for our country were remembered during a Memorial Day parade on the 27th. To see more photos from around Hopkinton, visit Scene in Hopkinton , the HCAM photo website.