The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 28, 1999


Owen Thomas Schmidt Hugh William Schmidt

Janet Hentschel and Gregory Schmidt of Baldwin Road are pleased to announce the birth of their identical twins, Owen Thomas and Hugh William, born April 6 at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. The twins join their sister Emma, age 3.

Grandparents are William Hentschel of Acton and Catherine and Raymond Schmidt of Vienna, Virginia.

Peter Kimball Hart

Sarah and David Hart of Fifty Acre Way are proud to announce the birth of their son, Peter Kimball Hart. Peter was born at Emerson Hospital on May 20,1999. He joins his two sisters, Campbell and Katherine.

Grandparents are Daniel and Linda Pettengill of Harwichport, Massachusetts and Dorothy and Robert Rand of Brandon, Vermont.

· Calling all college and prep school graduates. Send us your graduation information and post-graduation plans. Photos are welcome.

The Mosquito will publish a graduation issue in June.

· Jessica Critchlow of Baldwin Road, a graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School, recently completed another successful season with Ohio's The College of Wooster's lacrosse team. A sophomore midfielder, Critchlow started every game and finished fourth on the team in scoring with 16 goals and one assist. "Jessica had another strong season," said Wooster head coach Sarah Bennett. "Her ability to communicate really helped our transition game."

· Karen Larsen of Concord Street, formerly a member of the Peace Corps in Bulgaria, will be traveling to Azerbaijan this summer for an internship for the U.N. Development project. As part of a degree program of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton, Larsen will be traveling around the country working with refugees. Neils Larsen, Karen's father, will be on an International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission in Azerbaijan for two weeks where he will meet up with Karen when both are based in Baku.

· Lee Milliken of Estabrook Road reports that the Acorn Nuts, the area field hockey team, during the seventies and eighties, held a twenty-fifth year reunion Friday, May 21 at the home of Lesley Dunbar in Ayer. Begun in 1975, the Acorn Nuts played teams from the local public and private schools, and Southern New Hampshire and the North Shore schools. The team practiced on the Middlesex School playing fields and tried to live up to its shirt logo—Acorn Structures, For a Better Build. Returning Carlisle players included: forwards Margie Findlay, Lyn Lucks, Mary Lou Koning, Anne Culkins Windhol, Lesley Dunbar and Ellen Huber; halfbacks Lee Milliken and Bev Guyer; fullbacks Irene Blake and Eva Herndon and goalie Lisa Foote.

The celebration included raising a pair of bloomers in honor of Leslie Dunbar's outstanding performance as coach, referee and player.

· Alex Luther of Virginia Farme Road, a sophomore at Minuteman High School, recently received the Instructors' Award for Outstanding Student of the Year in the entire Automotive Department. Luther also received a gift certificate from Direct Tire Company.

1999 The Carlisle Mosquito