The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, February 8, 2002


Linda Moseley weds Eric Corfield

Miles and Phyllis Goff of Bedford Road announce the marriage of their daughter, Linda Moseley, to Eric Corfield, son of David and Eleanor Corfield of Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard. The wedding took place on September 8, 2001, at St. Elizabeth's Church, Edgartown.

The reception was held at the West Chop Club and catered by Albert Lattanzi of Lattanzi's Restaurant in Edgartown.

They are planning a honeymoon in California at a future date, as their first trip to San Francisco was grounded in Chicago on September 11. They presently reside in Concord, where Eric is employed in information technology at the Fenn School. Linda is a registered nurse at the Holy Family Hospital in Methuen.

Engagement Kailah Rovin to wed Marc Matyas

Alyn and Nancy Rovin of Tophet Road announce with great joy the engagement of their daughter, Kailah, to Marc Matyas.

Kailah attended the Carlisle School and graduated from Concord-Carlisle Regional High School in 1992. She graduated from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Marc, from Cleveland, Ohio, graduated from Columbia University.

Currently, Kailah is a managing director of Redwood Partners International, a pan-Atlantic merchant banking and human capital firm, in London. Marc, based in London, is an international business development consultant for software and mobile technology companies.

The couple plans a 2003 wedding in New York City.


Henry Asher Rovin

On January 1 Henry Asher Rovin was born to Drs. Joshua Rovin and Peggy Crawford in Charlottesville, VA. Happy grandparents Nancy and Alyn Rovin of Tophet Road along with Henry's three-year-old sister, Olivia Florence, are delighted.

Pinewood Derby Results

GO! Handmade racing cars speed down the track at Sunday's Pinewood Derby. (Photo by Mike Quayle)

JUDGEMENT DAY. Carlisle Police Department's Scott Barnes and selectman Doug Stevenson serve as judges for the Pinewood Derby on Sunday. Doug is waring his own Cub Scout hat from his Scouting days. (Photo by Mike Quayle)

Cub Scout Pack 135 held its annual Pinewood Derby competition on Sunday February 3 in the Corey Dining Room. Over forty boys entered cars that they had designed and built themselves. Cars were judged for creative design, and then raced head-to-head to see which was fastest. Competition was fierce, and here are the results:

Tiger Cubs (1st grade)


  1. John Knobel
  2. Christian Salemy
  3. Tyler Nardone

Most Creative Design

  1. Matthew Japko
  2. Ryan Walsh

Wolf Cubs (2nd grade)


  1. Daniel Tocci
  2. Patrick Dowcett
  3. Nick Belanger

Most Creative Design

  1. Peter Ryder
  2. Billy White
  3. (tie) Derrick Amodei, Ryan Harris

Bear Cubs (3rd grade)


  1. Chris Burnham
  2. Adam Koski
  3. Jack Bondurant

Most creative design

  1. Jack Bondurant
  2. Daniel Golson
  3. James Lamb

Webelos (4th and 5th grade)


  1. Ryan Symonds
  2. Keinan Marks
  3. Tyler Struss

Most creative design

  1. Erik Bjornson
  2. (tie) Richard Carey, Nick Opolski
  3. Kevin Clarke

The fastest car from each rank will be entered in the district competition on March 16 at the Burlington Mall.

Thanks to all those who helped including the Petrie family, Jim Harris, Boy Scout Troop 135, Rick Amodei, Colleen Walsh, Chad Koski, Doug Stevenson, Officer Scott Barnes, Megan Herman, Max Herman, Jessie Perlman, Tom Bjornson, and especially Phil Herman and Leslie Amodei.


A Valentine

After all the ice and storm
My thoughts are fixed on keeping warm:
A crackling fire, hot scones and tea,
A hand to holdjust you and me.
So when the howling blizzards blow,
Just keep me warmand let it snow!

Barbara Bennett


2002 The Carlisle Mosquito