Friday, May 19, 2000
Lysbet Lefferts Jones
Christopher and Jennifer Jones of Heald Road are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Lysbet born May 7 at Emerson Hospital.
Josephine Witter Kolstad
David and Diane Kolstad of Concord Street are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Josephine, born May 4 at Emerson Hospital. Grandparents are David Sauer of Millbury, Massachusetts and John and Doris Kolstad of Duxbury.
Josephine joins her big sisters Anna and Laura.
· Emma Lewin (left) of Autumn Lane, a freshman at CCHS, will be performing in Concord Youth Theater's upcoming production of "Robin Hood," June 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11.
· Stephen Yu of Rutland Street is off to tour France with the Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra (GBYSO).
This year GBYSO's premiere ensemble, the Senior Orchestra, under the direction of Boston Symphony Orchestra Assistant Conductor and GBYSO's Music Director, Federico Cortese, will journey to France for two weeks on GBYSO's 15th International tour. Carlisle student Stephen Yu is among the 100 high school age students from the Northeast participating in the tour that begins Monday, June 19, 2000.
· For those of you who have asked how Kate Ford is doing, the family would like you to know that her condition is improving, and that she has even been able to come home for a day. Kate is beginning to do some basic self-care on her own, and the family is pleased with her progress and optimistic about her continued recovery.
· On Sunday, May 7, Emily and Julia Fritz-Endres, Janet Fritz and Therese Fritz-Endres from Carlisle took part in Project Bread's 31st Walk for Hunger. Forty thousand walkers took part and raised $3 million to feed hungry people across Massachusetts.
· Senator Susan Fargo and Carlisle Council on Aging Director Elizabeth Jewell were joined by approximately 20 Carlisle seniors for a tour of the State House on April 6. The visit was organized not only to familiarize seniors with the state capitol, but also to give them an opportunity to see first hand the daily duties of their state senator.
Mothers are the most important job. Mothers tie civilization together. If there were no more mothers, no one would be born. No plant or animal could survive. Mothers teach us how to walk and talk and all our manners. Everyone, everything has a Mother. If it does not, it cannot survive. The only way the human civilization can die out is no more mothers. That is why mothers are important.
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