The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 15, 2002

Birth

Hannah Maryse Mikhail

Sarah Shohet and John Mikhail announce with joy the birth of Hannah Maryse Mikhail. Hannah was born on October 20 (her maternal grandfather's birthday) at the Stanford Medical Center in Palo Alto, California. Hannah and her parents currently live in Mountain View, California, but will be moving to Miami in December. Grandparents are Carolyn and Dick Shohet of Bedford Road and Ramzey Mikhail of Toledo, Ohio.

WEDDING

Karen Larsen weds Brad Alexander

Karen Larsen, daughter of Doris and Niels Larsen of Concord Street, and Brad Alexander, son of Patricia and Russell Alexander of Decatur Illinois, were married on October 12 at the First Religious Society in Carlisle. The ceremony was performed by the Reverend Clifford Stringham, a longtime friend of the groom's family, who traveled to Carlisle with his wife Paula from Glendale, Arizona. Attending were George White of Rocky Hill, New Jersey, as best man and Marc Dolbier of Lawrenceville, New Jersey, as man of honor. Mark Caddell of Concord Street, and his amazing band, kept guests dancing throughout the evening reception at the Larsens' home. Following their honeymoon in Venice, the couple is living in Rocky Hill, New Jersey.

Tim Moschini of Judy Farm Road, shown here on the right with Tim Pilleri in Flop Cop, has joined The MCC Theatre Company, the newly formed theatre group of Middlesex Community College. The MCC Theatre Company will stage its first production, The Little Left of Center Fest—Five Short Plays, at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, November 21 to 23, in MCC's CyberTheatre, located behind the CyberCafe, 5 E. Merrimack Street in Lowell. Tickets are $9 (MCC students $5), and can be purchased at the door.

Plays in the production are Mrs. Sorken by Christopher Durang; Flop Cop by Laura Cunningham; Babel's in Arms by David Ives; Hold for Three by Sherry Kramer; and Ferris Wheel by Mary Miller. "We've selected the works of five living American playwrights who deserve attention in the Merrimack Valley," said David Zoffoli, who teaches theater at MCC and is director of the new company.

For more information about The MCC Theatre Company's The Little Left of Center Fest—Five Short Plays, call Gail Angellis at 1-603-889-8141 or e-mail her at gail@angellis.com.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BOB! On Sunday, friends and neighbors came together to celebrate Bob Morrill's sixtieth birthday. Forty years ago Morrill, center right on the couch next to Dot Clark, came to live at the Clark farm on Concord Street. There he helped Guy Clark with farming chores and as Dot Clark put it, "became one of the family."

 

Local boys at Middlebury College play on winning rugby team

Shown, left to right, are Epeli Rokotuiveikau, nephew of Taina and David Woodward, who came here from Fiji and attended Middlesex Community College for one year before going to Middlebury College; Ben Herter, son of Nancy and Edward Herter of Lowell Road and graduate of Middlesex School; and Dave Irwin, 2001 graduate of CCHS and son of Richard Irwin of Bingham Road. After winning the New England Championship, the team went on last weekend to become Northeast champs in Division 2 by defeating the Coast Guard Academy. They will proceed to the nationals in the spring.


2002 The Carlisle Mosquito