Friday, March 23, 2001
Friends and Neighbors
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS! Concord-Carlisle Travel Basketball 6th-grade girls compiled a 19-1 record enroute to the Northshore Conference Championship. Top row, left to right: Lisa DeBruzzi, Sydney LeVan, Rebecca Jenkinson, Nikki Recco, Emily Mandler, Sarah McNamara, Erika Koehlert. Kneeling: Julia Keller, Stephanie Jackson, Tess Guttadauro, Kim Miner. (Not pictured: Coach Chris DeBruzzi)
· Roy Bondurant of Autumn Lane is one of three boys, age 13-15, from the Nashoba Valley Rovers Ski team chosen to compete at the J3 Tri-state (Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut) championships at Brodie and Bousquet Mountains on February 24 and 25. He is shown above in the giant slalom race at Gunstock.
Nate Bagnaschi's name was left off of the CCHS Honor Roll listing that was sent to us from the high school.
Last week's letter from Melissa Weiksnar was sent on behalf of the Concord-Carlisle Patrons of Performing Students.
Katelyn Kearney Guarnaccia
Kathleen and David Guarnaccia of East Street are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Katelyn Kearney born February 28 at Emerson Hospital.
Grandparents are Robert and Ann-Marie Ellison of Orange, Massachusetts and Guy and Antoinette Guarnaccia of Winchester, Massachusetts.
Clara E. Morse Former Concord Academy teacher
Clara E. Morse, age 83, a former resident of Carlisle, died peacefully on February 7 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
For 25 years she was a popular teacher of biology at Concord Academy.
Known to all as "Pete," she moved to Carlisle after her retirement from the Academy and with Cicely Wilson opened an antique shop in the town center. She also served as dog officer in Carlisle and was well known for her love of animals.
During World War II, Ms. Morse served in the European Theater as an ambulance driver for the Red Cross.
She had lived in the Berkshires for the last 20 years or more, and most recently was a resident of the Willowood Nursing Home in Great Barrington.
In the spring there will be a memorial service at the Pelton Brook Cemetery in Great Barrington.
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