State Representative Dykema Supported By Elected Officials, Business Leaders, & Community Activists

October 2, 2012

HOPKINTON – This past Sunday, over 80 Hopkinton business leaders, elected officials,  volunteers and members of the community came out to show their support for State Representative Carolyn Dykema and her re-election campaign.

Vice-Chair of the Hopkinton Board of Selectmen John Mosher introduced Carolyn, saying that
“Representative Dykema is committed to the growth of local businesses in Hopkinton and around the district – she has the concerns and needs of our community always in mind. I deeply appreciate her integrity and knowledge of the issues as well as her accessibility to all the members of the district.” He further cited her commitment to local job creation, helping small businesses through discounted healthcare, and supporting municipal growth by securing funding for sewer and interstate construction.

The host committee included former State Representative Barbara Gardner, Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce President Jack Speranza, Hopkinton Selectmen John Mosher and Todd Cestari, as well as Beth and Wayne Mezitt and Karen and Peter Mezitt of Weston Nurseries. Others hosts for the evening included Hopkinton community and business leaders Barbara Berke, Susan Condon, Joe and Bernadette Markey, Muriel and Randy Kramer, Trish and Fin Perry, Drs. Bruce Karlin and Evelyn Love, Amy Ritterbusch and Darlene Hayes. Held at Water Fresh Farm, one of Hopkinton’s newest agricultural businesses, the event featured their hydroponic produce prepared by the farm’s chef, as well as items grown locally in Holliston and Hopkinton.

State Representative Dykema represents the 8th Middlesex District which includes Hopkinton, Holliston, and precincts in Southborough, Westborough and Medway. Further information about her vision and record can be found on her campaign website at