Quinn Robert Michael Pierce
|Tim Pierce gingerly holds his new second son,
Quinn, while his first, Morgan, looks on with wonder picture
by guess who
Tim Pierce and Ellen Seebacher of Heald Road welcomed their new son, Quinn Robert Michael Pierce, on May 9 at the Cambridge Birth Center. Also present were big brother Morgan Pierce, and grandparents Rik and Nancy Pierce of Westford Street. Quinn is also welcomed by grandparents Jack and Dixie Seebacher of South Pittsburg, Tennessee.
Sophia Anne Lando
Peter and Michelle Lando of Brook Street joyfully announce the birth of their daughter, Sophia Anne Lando, born on April 19, 2002. Maternal grandparents are Paul and Theresa LaRoche of Manchester, New Hampshire. Paternal grandparents are Rosario Lando of Fishkill, New York, and the late Anne Lando.
• Meaghan Kilian of Westford Street, a junior at Phillips Academy
has received the Phillips Academy Music Faculty Award for 2001-2002.
She is the principal trumpet player in the Academy Concert Band, Symphony
Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Jazz Band and Brass Quintet.
| CELEBRATING ITS 30TH ANNIVERSARY.
At the Carlisle Communications, Inc. (CCI) meeting held May 16 at
the Mosquito offices, a panel of early Mosquito staffers discussed
the history of the newspaper, its many changes in production and
the way it has influenced the town. Shown above (left to right)
are: moderator for the event, Bob Rothenberg and panelists Kathy
Coyle, Tom Raftery, John Ballantine, Sandy Scott and Roberta Spang.
A special thanks to Paul Gill for audio-taping the discussion. (Photo
by Rik Pierce)
| Jim Chapman of Prospect Street
was awarded First Degree Black Belt in Kempo Karate at a graduation
ceremony on May 10 at Bedford High School. Jim, a freshman at Concord-Carlisle
High School, has been attending Callahan's Kempo Karate School in
Bedford for over six years. He is also a member of STORM
Special Team of Role Models. As a STORM member, Jim has provided
class instruction and guidance to many karate students. In his ascent
to the achievement level of First Degree Black Belt, Jim qualified
for and earned nine previous belts. He has also participated in
numerous competitive tournaments and has won several awards, including
|| ART ON DISPLAY. The COA Senior Arts
Festival held on Thursday, May 16 at Union Hall provided seniors
and town employees an opportunity to display their art work. Kay
Woodward is shown above with two of her quilts. She has made one
for each of her grandchildren. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)
| MATHEMATICAL GENIUSES.
Katie Mills (left) and Georgia Guttadauro (second from right), both
fourth graders, earned National Awards from the Pythagorean Division
of the Continental Mathematics League. Billy Mills (second from left)
and Sarah Guo (right), both seventh graders, achieved FIRST PLACE
in Massachusetts on the American Math Competition, AMC8. Teachers
Susan Brinner and Bill Gale presented the awards. (Photo by Midge