Friday, August 13, 1999
· Kim and Tom Ratcliffe of Concord Street will take over from the Daltons as keepers of the flag on the Town Green.
· Judy Bangs of Bingham Road and Leslie Shaw of Stoney Gate Way will be exhibiting artists at the Chinese Culture Institute's "Spirit of the East," an exhibition of ink and brush paintings in the Chinese style by twenty-four artists at the Tremont Gallery, 276 Tremont Street, Boston. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 9:30 to 5 p.m. through September 18.
· D'Ann Brownrigg of Acton Street will have a solo exhibit of twelve watercolors in the Winchester Hospital Coffee Shop Gallery during the month of August. Color and the distinctive flow of the paint make her paintings express the personality of her organic subjects. Her paintings are also on view at the North Shore Art Association in Gloucester; the Cambridge Art Association (Sept. 10-29, reception Sept. 17, 5:30 to 7:30); and at Lexington Arts and Crafts (Sept. 10-26, reception Sept. 12, 3 to 5). She recently exhibited in the Concord Art Association Distinguished Artist Show and in the New England Watercolor Open Exhibit at the Cahoon Museum in Cotuit.
· Laura Baliestiero of Stearns Street, a realtor with Coldwell Banker Hunneman Senkler in Concord, was recently honored by the Greater Boston Real Estate Board for outstanding achievement in real estate sales during 1998. To be among those honored for their achievements, the realtor had to have achieved a minimum of $7 million in sales or closed at least 25 real estate transactions during 1998.
· Army Reserve Pvt. Hans B. Wilhelmsen of Heald Road has entered basic military training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina.
During the eight weeks of training, soldiers study the Army mission and will receive instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map-reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, Army history and traditions, and human relations.
· Samir Trehan of Westford Street received the prestigious Class IV Award for Academic Achievement on Prize Day at Middlesex School in Concord. Among Samir's many accomplishments, was winning first place in Massachusetts in the American Junior High School Mathematics Examination in 1998. Samir is a member of the class of 2002 at Middlesex School.
· Jack Mendosa of Monroe Hill has been appointed to a three-year term on the Massachusetts Restaurant Association Board of Directors. Mendosa is owner of Scupper Jack's Restaurant on 2A in Acton.
Carlisle students named to spring term Dean's Lists
· Nitin Gupta of Overlook Drive was named to the dean's list at Boston College.
· Gina Borella of East Riding Drive and Vivian Cole of Sunset Road were named to the dean's list at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
· Laurelie Willard of Bellows Hill Road was named to the dean's list at Syracuse University.
· Michelle Kudirka of Bellows Hill Road and Melissa Hartkopf of Oak Knoll Road were named to the dean's list at the University of Vermont.
· Ryan McAndrew of Nickles Lane, a 1998 CCHS graduate, was named to the dean's list at the University of Miami for the spring semester.
· Erika Smith of Elizabeth Ridge Road and Sevan Yousefian of Brook Street were named to the University of Massachusetts Amherst dean's list for the 1999 spring semester.
· Heather Greer of River Road has been named to the dean's list for the 1999 spring semester at Messiah College in Grantham, Pennsylvania. Greer is a sophomore English major.
· Erin Kilian of North Road was named to the honor's list at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia.
· Shelley McCormick of Bellows Hill Road, a psychology major at Johns Hopkins University was named to the dean's list.
· Simon McKay of West Street, a freshman at Bowdoin College, was named to the dean's list.
· Christine Holsinger of Old East Street, a sophomore, was named to the dean's list at Bentley College.
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