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Friday, January 25, 2002

Summer Opportunities Fair at CCHS

Concord-Carlisle High School will hold its 21

The fair brings together representatives from over 70 organizations to present information about summer opportunities locally, nationally and abroad. Exhibitors will display information on traditional summer camps, wilderness adventures, education and enrichment opportunities, sports camps, foreign language and student exchange programs, volunteer opportunities and more.

Elementary and high school students and their parents are invited to attend. Admission is free and open to the public. The exhibit area is handicapped accessible. For more information, call 1-978-371-1805.

Meet some 'Friends' at the FOGPL meeting

The next Friends of the Gleason Public Library (FOGPL) meeting is planned for January 30 at 7 p.m. in the Hollis Room of the library. Come meet new Friends or see old Friends at this informal planning meeting. The FOGPL is an organization that has no age or gender barriers. Everyone is welcome Come to our first meeting of 2002 and bring a friend or two (even if they aren't yet a Friend). Your input would be appreciated and your attendance will not automatically commit any of your volunteer time. Refreshments will be served.

Citrus fruit order forms missing

Anyone who purchased citrus fruit from Ashley Morgan, a seventh-grader at the Carlisle Public School, at the transfer station on Saturday, January 5, is asked to call the Morgans at 1-978-369-1507. The sign-up sheet has been misplaced. Orders or refunds cannot be made unless they hear from you.

Mom's night out February 13 in Carlisle

Join other Carlisle moms who have children under age five for a Moms Only Night Out. Meet at Pat Simon's house, 63 Old North Road, on Wednesday, February 13. Old North Road is the last road on your right before Chelmsford. Her driveway is the third on the left and the last house on the driveway.

Stop by between 7:30 and 9 p.m. and meet some new friends or catch up with some you already know. Bring an after-dinner snack or beverage to share with the group. Call Pat Simon at 1-978-287-4090, or Polly Meyer at 1-978-318-9690, for more details. No need to RSVP or arrive right at 7:30 join us when you can.

Friday Night Live to hold food drive

After a break for the holidays, Friday Night Live returns to the Corey Gym and the exercise room next Friday, February 1, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. This FNL will include the annual food drive to help the Open Table Food Pantry in Concord. Students can support the FNL Food Drive by bringing non-perishable canned food items. Those who make a contribution will be admitted for only $1. Help make this the best food drive ever and enjoy music, dancing, basketball, ping pong and scintillating conversation with your friends. Pizza and soda will be available for a small fee.

All Carlisle students (public or private schools) in sixth to eighth grades who have not yet attended FNL this school year are most welcome to attend, but must bring a parent or guardian to fill out the required permission form. Students cannot be admitted without the completed form.

Students leaving before 9:30 p.m. must be signed out by a parent. All others should be picked up at 9:30 p.m. sharp. Call Kathy Hassey at 1-978-287-4284 with any questions.

Take a moonlit walk at Foss Farm

On Saturday evening, January 26, the Carlisle Trails Committee will lead a moonlight walk at Foss Farm. The public is invited to attend. Meet at the large parking lot on Bedford Road. Prior to the walk, if it is clear, we will view Jupiter and Saturn through telescopes. If you have a telescope and the weather is good, bring it at 7 p.m. If it is cloudy, we will simply meet at 7:30 and start the walk then. A headlamp or flashlight is recommended for the walk, and participants should dress for the weather. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call Louise Hara at 1-978-287-4833.

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