The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 22, 2001

The women of FRS presented a quilt of memories to Eugene and Trudi Widrick at the Sunday celebration honoring the Widricks. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
Reverend Eugene Widrick says good-bye

On Sunday morning, Reverend Eugene (Woody) Widrick ascended the stairs to the pulpit at the First Religious Society to deliver his final sermon before retiring at the end of August. Widrick's sermon, "What We Are Given To Do", marked the end of Widrick's 24 years of service to the Unitarian Universalist Church on the Green in Carlisle...more

The Great Brook Farm State Park staff are celebrating approval of close to a million dollars from the state for a major upgrade of facilities. The project contains items long sought by park superintendent Ray Faucher and is guaranteed to please the more than 200,000 people who take advantage of the park's educational and recreational offerings each year...more

This year when residents go away on vacation, they can follow the news at home because the Carlisle Mosquito is now available on the Internet. Visit the web site at www.carlislemosquito.org to read most of the paper and see photos usually in color...more

Five years after the septic system at the Carlisle Public School failed, the price tag for a new system has ballooned to $1.1 million and the site is still undecided. At a joint meeting with the selectmen and the finance committee on June 12, Suzanne Whitney Smith presented the Carlisle School Committee's recommendation that the million-dollar facility be built on the town-owned Banta-Davis Land on Bedford Road. This is the same location designated for a new school septic system in 1996 and challenged by abutters Timothy and Phyllis Landers of 326 Bedford Road...more


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