REPRESENTATIVE
KATE HOGAN

First Division Chair
State House
617-722-2199
State House Room 163
Boston, MA, 02133
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Katherine Walsh
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Alison Kenney
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Maynard District Office
Maynard Town Hall
(Lower Level)
195 Main Street
Maynard, MA, 01754
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District Director
Karen Freker
Phone: 978-897-1333

HCFP supp grant funds
 
  • HCFP supp grant funds
    Hudson Community Food Pantry volunteers are presented with a ceremonial check from Rep. Hogan. Pictured l-r: Don Richards, Senator Eldridge, Rep. Hogan, Peter Mazza, Executive Director Donna Dupre and Greg Vachowski
  • Gigi Restaurant
    Rep. Hogan congratulated Gigi's Restaurant in Maynard on their 5th Anniversary l-r: Restaurant owners Gigi Cao, Phan Nguyen and Rep. Hogan
  • Open Table supp budget funds
    Rep. Hogan delivered funds to Open Table volunteers. Pictured l-r: Rep. Hogan, Cortney Murray, Richard Fortier and Program Manager Jill Tsakiris
  • Maynard Food Pantry supp budget funds
    Rep. Hogan and Sen. Eldridge present a ceremonial check to Maynard Food Pantry volunteers. Pictured l-r: Meredith Saven, Mary Brannelly, Linda Mullin, Kerry Bernard, Jodi Larkin, Senator Jamie Eldridge, Rep. Kate Hogan, Charlie Baker, Barbara Horman & Kristin Reed
  • Roland resolution
    Rep. Hogan presented a Resolution from the MA House of Representatives to Roland Ochsenbein in recognition of his 20+ years of service to the library community and retirement this month from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Joining the presentation and pictured l-r are: Bolton Public Library Trustee Pam Czekanski, Library Director Kelly Collins, Rep. Hogan, Roland Ochsenbein and Bolton Library Trustee Chair Robert C. Zak, Jr.
  • Market Basket tour
    Caption: Rep. Hogan toured Maynard's new Market Basket for a preview with other municipal and state leaders before the store opens to the public. Pictured l-r: Maynard Town Manager Greg Johnson, Town Planner Bill Nemser, Carolyn DiSilva and Selectman Chris DiSilva, Market Basket Manager Tony Lisacki, Selectman Justine St. John, Rep. Hogan and Senator Jamie Eldridge.
  • Jake Marrazzo book signing
    Rep. Hogan presented a House citation to Hudson high schooler Jake Marrazzo at the book signing for his new book, One Wants to Be A Letter.
  • Hometown Heroes group shot
    Maynard’s Hometown Heroes Dedication Ceremony was held with committee members, town officials, Maynard Fire and Police department representatives, and a veteran from each branch of the armed services in attendance. The first phase of the Hometown Heroes program honors Maynard’s 46 KIA service members with photo, name, service branch on banners around town.
  • Maynard Farmers Market 25 years
    Rep. Kate Hogan presented a Citation to the Maynard Farmers' Market in recognition of its 25 years of providing area residents with Massachusetts grown and produced products and supporting local farmers and specialty vendors. Pictured Left to right: Maynard Farmers' Market Director Meg Sobkowicz Kline, Selectmen Jeff Swanberg and David Gavin, Directors Carol Leary and Chris Rees (not in picture).
  • Stow annual senior picnic
    Rep. Kate Hogan with constituents Al and Marty Wheeler at the Stow Annual Senior Picnic. Executive Director, Alyson Toole and the Stow Council on Aging held the Annual Senior Picnic this week as a drive-thru event at the Pompo Commnity Center parking lot. The COA staff and town officials were there to hand out lunch from multiple food stations
  • Wright Jewelry Ribbon Cutting
    New owners Justin and Jenna Beit of Wright Jewelry & Design Company at 61 Main Street in Hudson celebrated their grand opening with the Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce. Many members of the Hudson business community were in attendance.
  • Applefield Farm at Maynard Farmers Market
    Rep Hogan with (L-R) Vincent and James from Applefield Farm at Maynard Farmers Market on Sept 19, 2020.
  • KH with Alma
    Rep. Hogan visiting Alma Moreno, owner of El Huipil and Azucar restaurants in Maynard.
  • KH at Metality
    Rep. Hogan at the opening of ArtSpace Maynard's outdoor sculpture exhibit, METAL-ITY
  • Theatre Creamery Ribbon Cutting
    The Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted Theatre Creamery's Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening. Owner Steve Trumble cut the ribbon as the AVCOC's Sarah Cressy and AVCOC President Carolyn Reed, Maynard Selectboard Chair Justine St.John, Rep. Kate Hogan and the Theatre Creamery Team looked on. A masked and socially distanced crowd of adults and kids celebrated with free ice cream!
  • Bill Wrigley retirement
    Rep Hogan at a surprise farewell/retirement gathering for Stow Town Administrator Bill Wrigley.
  • queen of green
    JACQUELINE “JACKIE” GILLIS NAMED 2020 COMMONWEALTH HEROINE “Queen of Green” Helps Hudson Be More Environmentally Friendly
  • Fourstar Connections
    Rep. Kate Hogan presents the “Third Middlesex Manufacturer of the Year” award to Fourstar Connections at the annual State House Manufacturing Awards with Co-Chairs of the Manufacturing Caucus, Sen. Eric Lesser (D-Longmeadow) and Rep. Jeffrey Roy (D-Franklin.) Vice President of Operations Tom Barczak and Manager Nelson Medeiros accepted the award on behalf of Fourstar Connections.
  • PFAS House Chamber
    Rep. Kate Hogan addresses the legislature in support of her bill establishing an interagency PFAS task force, which was included in the supplemental budget that passed the House this week.
  • Hudson High School Hawks Softball
    Rep. Kate Hogan celebrates Hudson High School Hawks and their historic season at the State House with Sen. Jamie Eldridge. Pictured with Rep. Kate Hogan and Sen. Jamie Eldridge are players Natalie Bishop, Sophia Togneri, Emily White, Jordyn Safranski, Maggie Baker, Emilie Baker, Angel Bethea, Caitlin Cassidy, Sarah Korowski, Abbey Nezuch, Taygan Lewis, Adrianna Buckley, Maddie Kiley, and Gracie Giorgio; Manager Jordyn Yates; Head Coach Laura Bowen and Assistant Coach Maddie Haufe; Athletic Director Jess Winders; and Trainer Nick Mulherin
  • KH with intern Jamie Lance
    Rep. Kate Hogan congratulates Stow resident and Georgetown University student Jamie Lance at a day at the State House culminating her summer internship in Rep. Kate Hogan’s Maynard office.
  • Rep Hogan with Hannah King
    Rep. Kate Hogan meets with University of Vermont student Hannah King of Bolton outside of the House chamber during her State House internship this summer.
  • Erikson's Cone-stitution
    Residents join Rep. Hogan for a big scoop of community at her “Ice Cream Cone-stitution Day”
  • KH with Ana Pimentel
    Rep. Hogan presents a House resolution to Ana Filipa Pimentel, Hudson Public Schools World Language Director, in honor of her 2019 Portuguese Heritage Award from the Portuguese-American Legislative Caucus.
  • Team Ana
    Team Ana: Joining Ana in the House chamber as she received her award were husband Jason, daughter Lily, mother-in-law Micky, Dr. Marco Rodrigues, HPS Superintendent, Kathy Provost, HPS Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Learning, and Derek and Tony Chaves from the Hudson Portuguese Club.
  • hudson food pantry
    Rep. Hogan presents a resolution from the Massachusetts House of Representatives to Hudson Community Food Pantry President Donna Dupre and board chair Richard Harrity at the Food Pantry’s 25th anniversary celebration on May 18th. Board members also pictured: Patricia Luoto, Richard Kerdok, Nick Lourens, John Hart, Anne Marie Lourens, Jack Pimentel, Adam Hart, Ann Volk
  • RespectFULLY
    Rep. Hogan speaks about domestic violence as a public health issue at last week’s launch of RespectFULLY – a domestic violence and sexual assault prevention campaign that will reach teenagers with short videos on social media
  • WaterForum
    Rep. Kate Hogan introduces the local and state officials in attendance at the Water Forum she hosted in Hudson on April 18th.
  • Hudson Hawks SH
    Rep. Hogan celebrates Hudson Jr. Hawks All-Star Team at the State House
  • Rep Kate Hogan and Deborah Backman
    Rep. Hogan honors retiring director Deborah Backman with citation

 

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Hudson resident Jacqueline “Jackie” Gillis has been named a 2020 Commonwealth Heroine by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW).

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House Bill Establishes Juneteenth as a State Holiday

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Rep. Kate Hogan, along with her colleagues in the House of Representatives, passed a bill establishing Juneteenth Independence Day on June 19 in Massachusetts

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Hogan helps Mass. House go virtual

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Representatve Hogan's Letter to 2020 Graduates

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Rep. Hogan Leads Implementation of Remote Voting at House of Representatives

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Local Watershed Groups Secure MassDEP Grants to Monitor Water Quality

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Stow Scouts Visit State House for “Scout Day on the Hill”

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Rep. Hogan Talks Voting with Stow Girl Scouts

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State House ‘Goes Red’ For Women

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Hudson awarded $366k in “Complete Streets” grant

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Rep. Hogan named “Outstanding Legislative Advocate” for leadership on last mile shuttle in Maynard, Stow

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