Carlisle's new administrative assessor John
Speidel's name was misspelled last week.
EXTENDED DAY. Larry Barton, treasurer of Carlisle Extended
Day Program Inc., addresses the parent/owners at the corporation's
annual meeting on April 11. New officers were elected from among
the parents who use this before- and after- school program. Unlike
area towns, this organization is managed by its participants and
an outstanding professional staff.
GOING TO THE BALL.
Colleen and Kenneth Walsh of Judy Farm Road joined about 900
other guests at the eleventh annual Boston Heart Ball on April
6 at the Boston Copley Marriott Hotel. The event netted over
$620,000 to fund lifesaving research, public and professional
education, and community service programs sponsored by the American
Heart Association. WCVB-TV's Natalie Jacobson served as the
evening's celebrity emcee.
RAISING MONEY FOR
THE JIMMY FUND. Carlisle
skaters raise money for the Jimmy Fund. Left to right are Gabrielle
Luiselli, Camilla Vilain, Chloe Vilain and Suzie Weaver, who
helped raise over $5,000 in the Sharper Edge Skating School's
annual skating extravaganza to benefit the Jimmy Fund.
HOCKEY DIVISION RUNNER-UPS.
On April 23, Concord-Carlisle's "Mite C" team finished second
in their division at the New England Sports Center League's 2001-2002
National Youth Hockey League finals in Marlborough. The team has been
coached since early September by Carlisle's Fred Rubenstein and David
Spotts, and Concord's Tim First. Carlisle team members include: (Front
row, left to right) Martin Koehlert, Matthew Salemy, Zachary Rubenstein
and Anthony Chirban. (Back row left to right) Christian Salemy (member
of Concord-Carlisle Mosquito hockey team), Connor Spotts, and Talia
Simon. (Photo by Linda Rubenstein)