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October 11, 2019
Cows relax in a field at Valentine’s Farm on West Street. (Photo by Katy Scholten)
PLENTY OF PUMPKINS.
Lissy (on left),
Kyle and Meagan Rogers stop by the
Garden Club’s Pumpkins on the Common
on October 5. (Photo by Jenn Emanuel)
MUSIC AL FRESCO.
Mica Howeson plays guitar while families catch a
bite on the patio at Ferns Country Store. (Photo by Cynthia Sorn)
SUPER SUPPER SELLERS.
Sixth graders Aidan Moroney (left) and Adam
Synnestvedt sell Spaghetti Supper tickets at the Transfer Station. The event
will be at the school on October 22. (Courtesy photo)
BROADWAY COMES TO CARLISLE.
Many students in grades 1 through 6
took to the stage to perform in the Carlisle Recreation production of The Music
Man at the Corey Auditorium on October 2. (Courtesy photo)
“DON’T TREAD ON ME,”
a garter snake politely asks. (Photo by Roy Herold)
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Minuteman Technical
and Career High School in Lexington was held on October 4. It replaces a facility
built in 1974. (Photo by Minuteman Superintendent Dr. Edward Bouquillon)
COLORS FROM AUTUMN’S PALETTE
grace the Benfield land.
(Photo by Campbell Hart)
NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY.
Flowers in the Infinity Garden at FRS await the first hard frost. (Photo by Katy Scholten)
Library patrons greet the new Children's librarian, Miranda Griffiths, at a reception on October 8. (Photo by Jenn Emanuel)