Holliston High School Presents GREASE - see below

Cook it and they will come

by Bobby Blair
August 30, 2017

The long tradition of the current state representative hosting an annual cookout continued on Monday at the YMCA in Hopkinton.

Eager seniors await the word that dinner is served ..........

Burgers, dogs, salads and cake highlighted the meal................

Rep. Dykema makes sure all the preparations are in place before telling those present that dinner is served.

This gentleman seems to be saying -- where's the food.

Local Holliston officals who were spotted in the crowd included Selectman Kevin Conley, Fire Chief Mike Cassidy and Town Administrator Jeff Ritter. Police Chief Matt Stone and Lt. Craig Denman also made an apperance.

 

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