The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, January 29, 1999

Birth

Alden Matthew Ringheiser

Dave and Karen Ringheiser of Garnet Rock Lane proudly announce the birth of their son Alden Matthew born on November 27, 1998. He joins big sister Anna Christine, 2 1/2 years old. Grandparents are Ed and Barbara Mahoney of Lexington and Chet Ringheiser of Bennington, Vermont, and Millis Mershon of Amherst. Great-grandmother is Anna Masoud of Lawrence.

· Our sympathy to ...

Peter, Lynn and Sarah Stuart of School Street, on the death of Peter's mother, Eva Stuart 88, a professional artist, and resident of Concord during the past year.

Harold, Judy, Tim and Alex Lane of Concord Street on the death of Harold's father, Harold E. Lane, 85, Professor Emeritus of Hotel and Food Administration at Boston University, of Laconia, New Hampshire.

· "Puttin' on the Ritz" On January 9, Margot Roberts of North Road, Schuyler Dalton of Bedford Road and Erin Wagner of Kimball Road enjoyed a Day of Social Savvy at the Ritz Carleton in Boston. Some activities included flower arranging, pastry decorating, the art of small talk, introductions, thank-you notes, dinner etiquette and dancing.

·Ellen Miller of Indian Hill Road, oral history coordinator at the Mosquito, was featured in a column by Diane White in the Thursday, January 21, Boston Globe. Miller, a longtime devotee of English novelist Barbara Pym, is organizing the first meeting of the Barbara Pym Society of North America.

Miller, director of publications at Harvard Law School, says the meeting will take place on April 9 and 10 at the law school. There will be speakers, a dinner and a viewing of two BBC videos featuring rare footage of Barbara Pym.

·The Mosquito wishes Gleason Library children's librarian, Marty Seneta, a swift recovery from her recent illness. We look forward to seeing her back behind the check-out desk.

· Meredith Eaton of Russell Street, a Carlisle School seventh grader, won gold at the 14th Annual Bay State Winter Games' figure skating competition in Williamstown, Massachusetts and qualified to compete in the Inaugural Games of America in St. Louis this summer.

After a freak accident in her five-minute warm-up, Easton's coach, Dibi Leeming of the Colonial Figure Skating Club in Acton/Boxborough, wanted to scratch her from the competition, but Eaton went on to skate a flawless program of jumps and spins to music from Fantasia. "I think this is my best performance ever because of the way I pulled it together after the warm-up," said Eaton. "After winning gold here, I feel I can do anything."

The Bay State Winter Games, hosted by Massachusetts Amateur Sports Foundation, welcomed 560 skaters from around the state.

·Lonnie Harvey of Stoney Gate Way will be hosting the reception of a three-person show, along with area artists, Thomas DiSilvio and Linda Cargiuolo entitled "Monotypes-Singular Expressions" on Sunday, January 24 at the DeCordova Museum School Gallery. The reception will run from 2 to 4 p.m.

The show began on January 8 and will run until March 14. It features a collection of ground-breaking pieces in the exciting medium called monotype. Fragments of papers, memorabilia, richly textured oriental and handmade papers, as well as photographs, newspaper clips, and bits of the detritus and refuse of society are run through a printing press with all manners of ink and pigment, giving them a life of their own, combining with the vision and muse of the artist to form an extremely emotive, fractalized and engaging form of visual art.

·Kathleen McDonough of Maple Street will have an exhibit of new oil paintings at the Powers Gallery from February 4 to March 6. A reception is scheduled for Thursday evening, February 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. The gallery is located at 342 Great Road in Acton.


1999 The Carlisle Mosquito