The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 1, 2002

Births

William Kimball Skelly

Margaret Crouse and George Skelly of Berry Corner Road are delighted to announce the birth of their son, William Kimball Skelly, on October 2, 2002. William is welcomed by his big sister, Caroline Crouse, his grandmother, Theresa Kimball Skelly of Willingboro, New Jersey, and his grandmother, Margaret Crupi of Watertown, Massachusetts.

Holly Allison Jones

Christopher and Jennifer Jones on Heald Road are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Holly Allison Jones, on October 12 at Emerson Hospital. Holly is welcomed by her brother Carter and sister Lysie.

Carlisle students perform in music festival

Makayla Barton
On October 27, area piano students performed in a studio music festival sponsored by Music Teachers National Association (MTNA). It was held at PanAnima Piano Studio in Carlisle.

The festival is designed to provide a non-competitive means of evaluating a music student's progress. The student performs and receives supportive critique from a musician other than his or her teacher.

Twenty-four students participated in the festival. Those from Carlisle include Jared Acquaviva, Adeline Bakewell, Makayla Barton, Jack Donovan, Patrick Dowcett, Sarah Dowcett, Keith Lewis, Jonathan Mayer, Hannah Merry, Rachael O'Keefe, Sofia Palmer, Jarrett Piette, Maggie Prentice, Claudia Veitch, Julia Veitch, Tommy Veitch, Curran Wilmot, and Emma Young.

· Roy and Mary Green of Stearns Street recently finished first at the Eastern Mass. Bridge Association (EMBA) Sectional tournament. They won the Swiss Teams event at the EMBA Championships held in Watertown.

Ian McPhail, Cory Saul and Michael Johnson press fresh apple cider in the rain at the First Religious Society's Harvest Fair. They and other members of the FRS Senior Youth Group including Darby Fassett, Chrissy Lyons, Christine Konkle-Boss, Ariel Morrison and Laura Scholten picked the apples at the Johnson's orchard and sold the cider at the fair. They raised $150 for Alternative House, a battered women's shelter in Lowell. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

2002 The Carlisle Mosquito