Friday, May 21, 1999
Katya and Nicholas Kalogeropoulos of Heald road are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Tatyana Rossolimos-Kalogeropoulos, born at Brigham and Women's Hospital on April 21, 1999.
On Saturday, May 15, five Carlisle students were honored for their exceptional academic talents. At a special award ceremony at Clark University in Worcester, the Johns Hopkins University's Institute for the Academic Advancement of Youth recognized young people in grades five through eight for extraordinary achievement. These children participated in Hopkins' annual Talent Search. At the sixth grade level Sanjay Trehan, who took the PLUS Academic Abilities Assessment and scored in the top 30 percent, was honored. Carlisle seventh graders honored for taking the College Board's SAT I Reasoning Test and scoring over 550 on either the math or verbal part of the test were Caleb Hsieh and Sam Rolley. Carlisle eighth graders honored for scoring over 600 on the math or verbal part of the SAT I were Derrick Hwu and Andrew Mostello.
· Ferris W. Taylor of Hemlock Hill has joined The North Shore Medical Center in Salem as Vice President for Marketing and Planning. Formerly the Director of Marketing Services and Information for Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Taylor will oversee the development and application of market data to support business planning, operations, and decision-making at one of the state's largest integrated healthcare delivery systems. In addition, Taylor will lead The North Shore Medical Center's marketing communications, public relations, and expanded community outreach efforts.
· Lily Jewell and Emily Smith, both four-year-olds and living on Curve Street, raised $20.75 over the weekend at their lemonade stand. The money they earned was donated to the toddler playground to be built on Diment Park.
· Laura Baliestiero of Stearns Street has been chosen one of Coldwell Banker's International President's Elite, an honor bestowed on only two percent of the company's sales associates. She will be extended an invitation to attend the company's "elite retreat." Baliestiero
works out of the company's Senkler office in Concord.
The Town Warrant and associated news articles attributed a petition on proposed changes to the Senior Residential Open Space Cluster bylaw to South Street resident Inga MacRae. MacRae's name was used because it appeared first on the petition. However, Concord Street resident Judi Pettit had been the motivating force behind the petition. The article was not moved at Town Meeting.
In Ned Bennett's Forum article of May 14, a misprint stated that the New York Central locomotive number 999 recorded a speed of 112.5 mph in 1993. The correct year was 1893.
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