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Representative Dykema Celebrates Senior Citizens of the 8th Middlesex District at Annual Senior Picnic

by Press Release
September 3, 2016

Representative Dykema Celebrates Senior Citizens of the 8th Middlesex District at Annual Senior Picnic

Hopkinton, MA – Over 150 senior citizens of Hopkinton, Holliston, Southborough and Westborough joined Representative Carolyn Dykema for her annual Senior Picnic at the YMCA in Hopkinton on Wednesday, August 31st. Secretary of Elder Affairs Alice Bonner, Congresswoman Katherine Clark, State and Senator Jamie Eldridge joined in the festivities with Representative Dykema and spoke about current issues and state initiatives relevant to seniors.

(L to R) Representative Carolyn Dykema, Congresswoman Katherine Clark, Secretary of Elder Affairs Alice Bonner, Senator Jamie Eldridge

Representative Dykema (right) greets seniors as they arrive at the picnic.

Over 150 seniors from Westborough, Southborough, Hopkinton, and Holliston attended the picnic.

Over 150 seniors from Westborough, Southborough, Hopkinton, and Holliston attended the picnic.

Representative Dykema (left) and Rick Macpherson (center), CEO of the MetroWest YMCA, chat with picnic guests.

Representative Dykema (left) has hosted this picnic every year since taking office in 2009.

Secretary Alice Bonner (right) listens to questions from seniors about elder affairs issues.

Representative Dykema (left) and Congresswoman Clark (right) call out winning numbers for the picnic prize drawing.

The seniors enjoyed hamburgers, hot dogs, and cake at the Hopkinton YMCA outdoor activity center.

Secretary Bonner addresses the gathered seniors.

Representative Carolyn Dykema represents the communities of Holliston, Hopkinton, Southborough and Precinct 2 of Westborough in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

 

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Comments (1)

It was a very good time, met old friends and new. the weather was perfect, music was just what I needed. So glad I came.

- jean morrissey | 9/3/16 8:40 AM

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