Friday, June 18, 1999
Robert Paul Boutin, Jr.
Robert and Pamela Boutin of Rutland Street proudly announce the birth of their first child, Robert Paul Boutin, Jr.
Robert was born at Massachusetts General Hospital on March 4, 1999. He is the first grandchild of Robert and Ann Hall of Braintree and Fleurette and the late Emile (Mike) Boutin of Lowell.
· Zander Lowe, formerly of Carlisle, playing number three singles for the CCHS tennis team, won his match 6-2, 6-1, contributing to the Patriots taking the Boys Division 2 State Tennis Championship last week.
· William Taylor of Hemlock Hill Road was named to the dean's list at Fairfield University.
Taylor is a mathematics major at Fairfield University and a member of Pi Mu Epsilon, the National Honor Society for mathematics majors.
A graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School in 1996, William plans a career in information systems.
· Ray Offenheiser of Westford Street, President of Oxfam America, traveled to Albania in April, two weeks after the bombing had begun in the NATO-Serbian war in Kosovo. His goal was to determine the needs of the refugees at the Tirana border crossing between Kosovo and Morina, Albania.
There, Offenheiser spent four days meeting with major U.N. and other aid agencies and visiting refugee camps in Kukes, a town of 20,000, which had refugees originally numbering 100,000 but grew to 350,000 after two weeks of bombing.
The key message Offenheiser wants to stress is that with the peace settlement underway, the needs of refugees do not end. Now they are facing the complex process of returning home. The returning Kosovars will need physical security. Aid agencies will need to assist families to resettle and rebuild houses that were burned down. No crops were planted this spring so there will be a food shortage. "There will be a lot to do before winter sets in," stressed Offenheiser.
The most useful help we here in America can give, says Offenheisser, is financial assistance. Money should go to five agenciesOxfam America which is focusing on water and sanitation problems; Save the Childrenwho work at reuniting families and easing the impact on children; CAREfood and camp management; Catholic Relief Servicesfood and resettlement; and Doctors Without Bordershealth care. For information on how to give to these different agencies, call Interaction at 202-667-8227 in Washington D.C.
Pop album to benefit Kosovars
On Monday, Offenheiser traveled to New York City, to receive $1,000,000 donated by SONY Record Corporation's EPIC Records, which is releasing an album by pop recording artists, Pearl Jam, Korn, Alanis Morrisette, the Indigo Girls and others, which is designed to support CARE, Oxfam and Doctors Without Borders. Even before the album's release the producers of the album "No Boundaries" have donated a substantial amount of its profit to helping the refugees of Kosovo, reports Offenheiser.
Awards at Graduation
The following awards were presented at CCHS graduation on Sunday, June 6, 1998.
John F. Donovan Memorial Flag Award: Patrick Toomey and Rebecca Muse-Orlinoff. To the best all-round young lady and best all-around young man in the graduating class who possess the qualities of dependability, leadership, service and patriotism to an outstanding degree, are presented the American flags which have flown over the school during the past year.
Faculty Gold Medals: Patrick Toomey, Jonathan Supnik, and Bryan Choi. To the students with the highest scholastic averages, gold medals from the faculty are awarded.
Athletic Trophies: Megan Moran-Gates and Jeffery Critchlow.
Graduating Seniors from other schools
Christopher Buck of West Street graduated from the Minuteman Regional High School on June 13. In September 1998, Christopher entered Northeastern University as a freshman after completing his junior year at Minuteman. When he graduates from Minuteman, Christopher will have completed his freshman year at Northeastern, with grades qualifying him for the Dean's List.
Katy Dawson of River Road graduated May 31 from Brooks School in North Andover. She will be going to Connecticut College in the fall.
Andrew P. Kiezulas of Concord Street, a senior at the Austin Preparatory School in Reading, has been named to the Agganis All-Star Classic Football Game. It will be played this July in Lynn. Kiezulas has also been named a Catholic Conference League all-star for his pulling guard status for the Austin Cougar Football team the past two seasons.
As captain of the 1999 lacrosse team, Kiezulas helped the team to a winning record which brought them to the state tournament. He has received the rank of CCL lacrosse defensive all-star.
In 1999 Kiezulas received an award for the Physics Science Olympiad. He also received the same award for the Chemistry Olympiad in 1998.
Kiezulas will attend St. Anselms in the fall, playing football and lacrosse and majoring in computer science.
Robyn Beavers of Woodbine Road graduated, cum laude, from Buckingham Browne & Nichols School in Cambridge. At graduation, she received The David R. Pokross Prize awarded to the student whose commitment to people in need best embodies the ideas expressed in the Community Service Program of the Upper School and the Thurgood Marshall Award for Leadership. Robyn has been accepted to Stanford University, early decision, where she will study engineering.
Audra Jones of Ember Lane graduated from St. Mark's School and will attend N.Y.U. in New York City.
Eliza Hurd of River Road graduated from Winsor School and will attend Trinity College in Connecticut.
The 1999 graduates of Middlesex School in Concord who graduated on May 31 were the following: Ben Herter of Lowell Road is going to Middlebury College, Alex Tee of River Road is going to Colby College, Andrew Dewing of South Street is going to Colby College, Mark Powers of Carlisle Pines Drive is going to Bates College.
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