The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 15, 2000


Eric Stickler weds Michelle Torres

Eric Bryans Stickler, son of Marjory and David Stickler of Indian Hill, and Michelle Ann Torres of Kimberton, Pennsylvania, were married on August 19. The ceremony was held at the First United Methodist Church in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Matron of honor was a sister of the groom, Elizabeth Boa. Karen Stickler was bridesmaid as were Andrea Vahe and Helen Drew. Gerald Vahe was the best man and Joe Jancek of Carlisle was an usher. Other groomsmen were the bride's brother, John Torres, Chris Chase and William Bull. Guests enjoyed a reception at the Historic Inn at Yellow Springs.

Michelle is a graduate of Cornell University with a Master's degree in plant pathology. She recently completed work as a diagnostician in Cornell's plant disease clinic. Eric graduated from Roger Williams University and is employed as a senior applications consultant for Ubics, Inc. in Fairfax, Virginia. The couple is residing in Fairfax after a honeymoon in the White Mountains and coastal Maine.

· Verna and Ira Gilbert of Pheasant Hill Lane accompanied Bob Calderone, chef of Boston restaurant Anago, located in the Lenox Hotel, on a fishing trip out of Barnstable harbor on Cape Cod. On the front page of the Boston Globe's Food Section on Wednesday, August 30, the Gilberts and others are pictured on board the fishing boat with Calderone moments after he landed a bluefish.

The Gilberts are friends of Calderone and his wife Susan Finegold and have followed Bob's cooking career over the past 15 years. They are also investors in his restaurant.

· Grant and Helene Wilson of Concord Street will host the seventh annual Harvest Gala Benefit on behalf of the Concord-Assabet Family and Adolescent Services and Concord Family Service. One hundred fifty local philanthropists and representatives of area corporations are expected to attend a gala dinner on September 22, with presentations by parents of students, former program participants and members of the board of directors. The Wilsons, who are honorary co-chairs of the event, will be joined by Senator Pam Resor and Senator Susan Fargo who are on the event honorary committee. The Harvest Gala proceeds will directly benefit the programs and services of the agency, which will be officially named Concord Family and Youth Services at the event.

· Jamie Frailey of Tophet Road is among those named as winners of Denison University's Provost Award. Frailey is a 2000 graduate of Concord-Carlisle Regional High School. Denison's Provost Award provides 40 percent tuition and is renewable for four years if the student achieves and maintains a stipulated grade-point average. The grant was awarded to students who demonstrated outstanding leadership both inside and outside the classroom.

· Andrew S. Warner, M.D. of Hartwell Road has been appointed chairman of the Department of Gastroenterology at Lahey Clinic in Burlington. Dr. Warner has been on the staff of Lahey Clinic since 1992 and has been interim Chairman of the Department of Gastroenterology since August of 1999. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of complex gastrointestinal disorders. Dr. Warner is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Tufts Medical School and is a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School.

· Tim Morse, of Morse Photography on Rutland Street took the interior photos of the Wang Center which appeared in the Wang Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. membership brochure.

COA doings

The Carlisle Council on Aging will sponsor a lunch trip to Parker's Maple Barn in Mason, New Hampshire on Thursday, September 21. Van transportation will leave 145 Church street at 10:30 a.m. Call 371-2895 for reservations.

On Wednesday, October 18, the Friends of the Council on Aging will host a theatre excursion to see "Sweet Charity" at the Northshore Music Theatre. Enjoy a delicious lunch before the show at the King's Grant Inn, nestled in the beautiful gardens and woods overlooking the theatre. The cost, including coach transportation, is $38 per person, payable to the Friends of the Council on Aging. Send payment to Carlisle COA, Box 827, Carlisle, MA 01741. The bus departs 145 Church Street at 10:45 a.m. Call 371-2895 for further information.

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