The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 15, 2002


Liam Fraser McCullough

Dana and Bill McCullough of Mesa, Arizona, are delighted to announce the birth of their son Liam, born on March 7. Liam's brother Colton also welcomes him to the family.

Grandparents are John and Betty McCullough of Mill Pond Lane and John and Sherry Williams of Mesa, Arizona.

Christopher Fontaine Richardson

Judy and Fontaine Richardson of Skelton Road joyously announce the birth of their second grandchild Christopher Fontaine Richardson. He was born in Manhattan on March 6. His proud parents are Susan and Bill Richardson of Hoboken, New Jersey.

Victoria June Robinson

Paul and Heidi Robinson of Greenville, New Hampshire, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Victoria June, born March 9. Grandparents are Al Powers of East Street and Paul and Jeanne Kelleher of Acton.


David Woodbury to wed Dana Lynn Humbert

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Woodbury Sr. of Concord and York Beach, Maine, formerly of Carlisle, announce the engagement of their son, David G. Woodbury, Jr., to Dana Lynn Humbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Humbert of Connellsville, Pennsylvania.

Dave is a 1997 graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School. He received a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering and a master of science degree in engineering management from Drexel University in Philadelphia in 2001. Dave is currently employed as a civil engineer by American Infrastructure at Alan A. Myers Construction in Philadelphia.

Dana is a 1997 graduate of Connellsville High School in Connellsville. She is currently a senior at Drexel University and will receive a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering in June 2002.

A March 2003 wedding is planned in Connellsville.

Pvt Neil Fantasia

· Private Neil Fantasia of Cross Street recently graduated from the United States Army Chemical School at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, after the successful completion of 20 weeks of basic combat training and chemical advanced individual training. Pvt. Fantasia is currently assigned to the 101

Eagle Scout Joe Winsby built this trailhead sign kiosk on conservation land.
· Joe Winsby (right) of Boy Scout Troop 135 Carlisle has recently completed his Eagle Scout Project. He built two sign kiosks for the Foss Farm and Greenough Lands. Winsby would like to thank the people of Carlisle and Concord who contributed to making this project a success. Winsby writes:

"Thank you to the generous people who contributed to the Eagle Scout Project. The kiosks are at the trailhead of Foss Farm and at the meeting of the Greenough Land and the Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. The project was a huge success thanks to all the volunteers and the donations made.

"Special thanks to Animals as Intermediaries, Marijane Raymond, the Allison Family, Mimsey West, Mary Anne Gore, Max Payne, the Bruce Family and the Emerson Umbrella."

· Dr. Ronald Chaput of Milne Cove Lane was recently presented the James W. Etherington Award, the highest recognition given to a New England dentist for dedication and contributions to organized dentistry.

Dr. Chaput, who practices general dentistry in Chelmsford, has served his profession in numerous capacities including president of the Massachusetts Dental Society and New England District Trustee to the American Dental Association.

The award was presented at the opening ceremonies of the Yankee Dental Congress, which was attended by over 26,000 dentists and staff personnel.

· Prise de Fer Fencing Club comes home from Canada with 2 Gold, 3 Silver and 2 Bronze medals. March 9 and 10, 12 fencers from Prise de Fer Fencing Club competed in a tournament in St. Jovite, Quebec. Medals were won by three Carlisle fencers. Amanda Peterson took the Silver in Youth-12 Women's Epee. Eva Jellison took the Silver in Youth-14 Women's Sabre and the Bronze in Cadet Women's Sabre. Henry Kennard took the Silver in Cadet Men's Foil and the Bronze in Cadet Men's Epee.

· On Sunday at the Middlebury Open, Adam Blake, fencing Men's Epee, won the Bronze medal.

2002 The Carlisle Mosquito