The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 7, 2002


Kristyn Elizabeth Goehring
to wed David Bruce MacInnis

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Goehring of Woodridge Road are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristyn Elizabeth, to David Bruce MacInnis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce MacInnis of Salisbury, Massachusetts, and Margaree Harbour, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Kristyn is a 1995 graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School and a 1999 graduate of Assumption College. She is currently employed at Idiom Technologies, Inc. in Waltham. David is a 1993 graduate of Triton High School in Newbury, Massachusetts, and 1997 graduate of Lynchburg College. He is currently employed at State Street Corporation in Boston. The wedding will take place September 1, 2002 in Carlisle.


Carly Hallowell Milliken

Peter and Ashley Milliken of Norwich, Vermont, are happy to announce the birth of their daughter Carly Hallowell Milliken, born on May 19. She joins her sister Perrin.

Grandparents are Art and Lee Milliken of Estabrook Road and Bea and Tony Edgar of Moultonboro, New Hampshire. Her great-grandmother is Frannie Lawrence of Westwood.

Griffen Andrew Therrien

Brenda Hicks and Keith Therrien of Berry Corner Lane are thrilled to announce the birth of their son, Griffin Andrew Therrien, on May 30, 2002. Griffin was welcomed home by his proud big brothers Langley and Mercer and their dogs, Neely and Nika. Grandparents are Barbara and Arthur Therrien of Lynn, Massachusetts, and Clarisse and Kermit Hicks and great-grandfather Alvin Hicks of Greencastle, Pennsylvania.

Ava Branch Glazier

Michael and Alexandra (Klickstein) Glazier of Boston joyfully announce the birth of their daughter, Ava Branch Glazier, born on May 29. Proud grandparents are Joan and Reuben Klickstein of Indian Hill and Jane and John Glazier of Westford. Delighted aunt, uncle and cousins are Kathryn, Jamie, Lindsay and Ethan of West Street.

Dona Eaton, Polly Hernandez and Judith Smith Prather, all of Carlisle, are featured in "Fan Fare," the newest edition of the annual WGBH/Auction Cookbook, which includes more than 200 recipes contributed by WGBH volunteers, fans and supporters. "Fan Fare" is an aggregation of local residents' culinary efforts, giving WGBH viewers an opportunity to share their recipes with each other and other WGBH supporters. This is the 16th in the series of cookbooks offered for sale during the annual Auction, which this year is set for June 2-8.

CHECK THEM OUT. Chairperson of the Friends of the Carlisle Council on Aging Lee Milliken (right) and Gleason Library Director Ellen Rauch (center) help Rosamond Merrill choose from one of the many new large-print books available at the library. The Friends of the COA recently donated $700 to the library to purchase many new large-print titles and books on tape. The Friends of the COA is a private fundraising group that promotes programs of the COA that benefit senior citizens of Carlisle.

YMCA INDIAN GUIDES. Members of the Concord-Carlisle Indian Guides are shown at a monthly meeting. Indian Guides is sponsored by the YMCA and is a parent/child program for 5-9-year-old girls and boys. Front row (left to right): Eliza Stein, Austen Sharpe, Justin Delgado, Stephen Gemelli, Elisabeth Sorrows, Jamie Moore, Katherine Sorrows. Middle row: Molly Sorrows, Diane Delgado, Dawn Whaley, Michael Lohrer, Melanie Lohrer. Back row: Mark Stein, Doug Sharpe, Annie Hill. Missing from the picture is Matthew Hill.


2002 The Carlisle Mosquito