The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 29, 2002

· Evelyn L. Ford-Connors of Ember Lane graduated from Boston University, receiving a Ed.M. in developmental studies.

· Bonnie Rosser Krims of Westford Street, a local author who recently moved to Carlisle, has just released her second book on selecting and combining paint colors. The Perfectly Painted House, described as a foolproof guide for choosing exterior paint colors, is now available in area bookstores. The Perfectly Painted House is a tool as essential as a paintbrush. It covers everything the homeowner needs to know, including color coordination of the house, the trim, shutters, window boxes, fences, garages, dog houses and more. Krims's first book, The Perfect Palette (Warner Books, 1998), was a great success. Her approach is that of a fine artist, not a decorator. Krims has had presentations of her paintings at art galleries, such as The Powers Gallery in Acton, but now her focus is on writing and paint color consulting.

· Vicki Gantz of Davis Road was one of 12 students from the UMass Lowell International Relations Club (IRC) who recently participated in the North American Model United Nations conference at the University of Toronto. Gantz, a senior in history, received a gold medallion for individual outstanding performance, and a third place in the economic and financial committee.

INVITED TO RACE. Nashoba Valley's 9- and 10-year-old skiers compete in the Pische Invitational Giant Slalom Race in Gunstock, New Hampshire. Pictured are: (back) Ian Bloomfield (Carlisle), Rex Littlefield (Concord), Alex Daniels (Carlisle); (front) Maddie Stone (Wayland), Amelia Barnett (Carlisle), Kelsey Conavan (Carlisle). Missing from photo is Cameron Johnson (Littleton).


Students named to dean's list

Students from Middlesex Community College named to the dean's list are: Sven Cuccinello of East Street, Damon Jones of Ember Lane, Paul Pichulo of McAllister Drive and Amanda Seidlar of Lowell Street.

Brian Heckendorn of Carlisle was named to the dean's list at Salem State College.

Julian Felch of Stearns Street, a freshman at Bates College, was named to the dean's list.

Kathryn Meyer of East Riding Drive, a senior at Providence College, was named to the dean's list for the fall semester.

High school students named to honor roll

Katrina Weiss of Brook Street and Joshua Luther of Virginia Farme Road were named to the honor roll at Minuteman School of Applied Arts and Sciences.

Philip Caruso of Robbins Drive, a junior at Phillips Academy in Andover, was named to the honor roll.

Litchfield Drive residents Margaret Rolley, a senior, and Sam Rolley, a sophomore, at Brooks School in North Andover, earned high honors for the fall semester.

New trustees named to Concord-Carlisle Scholarship Fund

The Concord-Carlisle Scholarship Fund is pleased to announce that five new trustees have joined its board. Laura Mullins Chelton of Carlisle and Ken Anderson, Elaine DiCicco, Wilson Flight and Michael Robichaud of Concord were officially welcomed to the board of trustees at the September meeting by chairperson Molly Eberle and other trustees of the fund. The fund is honored to have among its trustees such distinguished residents of our two towns, all of whom have been associated with Concord-Carlisle High School as either faculty or alumni.

Laura Mullins Chelton of Old North Road is a graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School, and served as president of the class of 1982. Currently, she is president of Wayside Mortgage Company. She is co-chair of the Patriots Day Ball Committee and a chair of the Pig 'n Pepper Festival, and has been active on a number of community events committees, including the dedication of the renovated War Memorial in Concord Center and the CCHS Alumni Association. A native of Concord, she lives with her husband Peter and three children in Carlisle.

Kylie Duff (right) poses on the ice with fellow skater Meredith Greeno.


The Haydenettes win their twelfth national championship Duff and Greeno head to Worlds

The senior synchronized skating team, the Haydenettes from Lexington, Massachusetts defended their National Championship in Lake Placid this past weekend, continuing their skating dynasty.

Regional winners competing against 15 teams from throughout the United States, the Haydenettes scored perfect firsts across the board from all eight judges in both the long and short programs. This win was number twelve for the accomplished team. The team, coached by Lynn Benson, will now represent the United States in Rouen, France at the World Synchronized Championships in April. Kylie Duff of North Road and Meredith Greeno of Concord are local members of the Haydenettes. Both are students at Concord-Carlisle High School.



The listing of Concord Prison Outreach Inc.'s programs that appeared in the article "Carlisle Prison volunteers make an impact" (March 22, 2002 issue of the Mosquito) should have read ­ "A sampling of programs offered include Anger Management, Book Discussion, Alternative to Violence, First Aid, Art, Music Appreciation, Emotional Health, Calligraphy, and Job Search." For more information on the volunteer program call Carolyn Shohet at 1-978-369-6231.

The map on page 12 of the March 22 issue had the conservation restriction on Bellows Hill Road drawn incorrectly. The error has been corrected on the version of the map available on the web at


Cole Alexander Hamilton

Susan and William Hamilton of East Street are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Cole Alexander Hamilton. He was born on Monday, January 14, 2002 at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. His grandparents are Doris Hamilton of Derry, New Hampshire, the late Raymond Hamilton, Linda Fairbanks of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and Donald Fairbanks, also of Pittsfield.

2002 The Carlisle Mosquito