Friday, June 1, 2001
Nine members of the staff of the Carlisle School were honored at a special dinner held May 24th at the Westford Regency. The dinner, sponsored by the Carlisle Education Foundation, was held to celebrate those staff members who have worked at the Carlisle Schools for 25 years or more. These nine individuals represent a combined 260 years of dedicated service toward excellence in the Carlisle School. In this day and age of increasingly transient careers, it is very impressive to find this level of permanence.
The Concord-Carlisle High School spring sports teams completed another season filled with league championships and Most Valuable Player awards. Despite having to play in less than ideal conditions for most of their respective seasons, once again CCHS found itself at or near the top of the league in almost every sport. There were many stars, but many of the teams got major contributions from the Carlisle seniors.
Responsible, environmentally friendly consumption is easier than you may thinkit does not require constant vigilance or personal discomfort. Don't worry or feel guilty about minor, unimportant decisions. Just concentrate on those areas where the benefits will be the greatest by following these simple rules:
Town Meeting is over and things are beginning to calm down, although my guess is that the sparks that flew there are still simmering. Let's think for a minute about Town Meeting and the way our town is run.
"...We all understand the significance of Memorial Day, which traces its history back 133 years to 1868. It's a day of remembrance, reflection, and respect. Today we honor the more than one million American men and women who have fought and died for our country over the course of its 225-year history. Today we pause to remember that wherever there is freedom there have been those who have strained, struggled and sacrificed for it...
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