photos of the week
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MY TURN!The preschool class at the Carlisle School lined up to operate a fire extinguisher when the Fire Department dropped by on Thursday, March 1. With the children are teacher Michaela Hardiman (left) and firefighters David Thomas (center) and Ryan Strazzere (kneeling). (Photo by Priscilla Stevens)
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KEEPING SENIORS SAFE.Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan spoke at a forum on avoiding financial exploitation and safety at home held at Gleason Library on March 6. The event was one of the monthly Community Conversations organized by the Council on Aging. Seated at the table listening are Carlisle Police Chief John Fisher and Prema Nagathan, Security Officer and Vice President of Enterprise Bank. (Photo by Priscilla Stevens)
TEAMWORK.The Old Home Day Committee has begun planning this year’s event, to be held on June 22 and 23. Shown are (standing, left to right): Nina Lee, Erin Warren, Jane Williams, Niles Cocanour, Steve Hinton, Bob Skrvanek, Kathy Keller and Bill Cooney. Seated, left to right are: Christie Cocanour, Florence Reed, Barbara Lewis and Donna Cantrill. (Courtesy photo)
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BRUSH STROKES.Girl Scouts sold cookies at a table set up outside of Ferns in February. Shown are (left to right) Kyla McGeough, Meredith Mills, Kamala Bose, Orla Moroney and Skylar MacDonald. (Photo by Beth Clarke)
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COMING SOON. Students rehearse this year’s seventh grade play, the musical
Seussical, Jr. Performances will run Friday, March 16 - Sunday, March 18. Tickets may be purchased from 7th graders, or at Ferns. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)
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YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU’LL FIND . . .at the Swap Shed. Chelsea and Owen Mascari admire the selection of lunch boxes on display inside Carlisle’s very own treasure chest. (Photo by Rik Pierce)
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OH WHAT A DAY.Carlisle Town Administrator Tim Goddard reads a work by Dr. Seuss during the Carlisle School’s celebration of the good doctor’s birthday. Amanda Gilchrist’s second-grade class proves to be a rapt audience. (Photo by Priscilla Stevens)