The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 29, 2002

BIRTH

Laura Ann McIlhenny

Scott McIlhenny and Theresa Lober McIlhenny of Buttrick Lane joyfully announce the birth of their daughter, Lauren Ann. Lauren was born on Wednesday, November 6, at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Lauren is also welcomed by her grandmother, Sandy McIlhenny of Munroe Hill Road.

 

Tiger Cubs, front row: Vanthy Rober, middle row (left to right): Matthew Kiel, Jay Tappen, Michael Rober, back row: Patrick Fitzsimmons, Lt. John Sullivan, Griffin Bennett, Adam Oriola, Tom Moore.

· Tiger Cub Den 12 of Carlisle Pack 135 took a tour of the Carlisle Police Station on October 24, 2002. The Tiger Cubs were completing one of the requirements for the "Where I Live" achievement for their Tiger Cub Badge. Lt. John Sullivan provided an excellent tour that was both educational and entertaining. Both the Tiger Cubs and the parents enjoyed it immensely.

 

Siobhan Galligan

· On Sunday, October 10, Willow Books & Cafe of Acton held the reading and award presentation for their 5th Annual Scary Short Story Writing Contest for children in grades 1 through 6. Siobhan Galligan, of South Street, was a winner in the sixth grade category.

· Terry Golson, of Sunset Road has been elected to the Board of Directors of Les Dames d'Escoffier International (LDEI). LDEI is a philanthropic organization of women of achievement in the food and hospitality professions. Individual chapters support a diverse range of charities, all with a food focus, from community gardens, to hunger relief, to culinary scholarships.

“Autumn Harmonies“ by Maris Platais

· Recent paintings by Maris Platais of Bedford Road will be shown at Newbury Court, 100 Newbury Court, Concord, on the Old Road to Nine Acre Corner, November 24 - January 5, 2003.

· Laura Buzawa of Elizabeth Ridge Road, a senior at Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall, had poems she had written published in a new book, Domestic Violence: The Criminal Justice Response, which was written by her parents, Eve and Carl Buzawa of Carlisle. The first poem, entitled "Not Wanting to Leave, Yet Not Safe to Stay," appears underneath the dedication on the first page of the book. A second poem appears in the middle of the book. the book was published by Sage Publications, Inc.

· Sarah Khederian of Pheasant Hill Lane and Alexis Chirban of East Riding Drive will perform with Dance Prism's Nutcracker during this 20th season. The annual production of The Nutcracker, the most traditional of holiday presentations, will be presented in Concord on Saturday, December 7. Other stops on the Massachusetts touring schedule will include Mechanics Hall in Worcester, Franco Performing Arts Center in Littleton and the Collins Center in Andover. Tickets for most performances may be obtained through phone charges or mail orders by calling 1-978-371-1038 or visiting www.danceprism.com. Admission is $12 for children and seniors, $18 for adults; discounts are available for groups.

A WINNING TEAM. Carlisle's own Sean Doyle #61 (center front) and Justin Morgan #90 (front left) helped lead the Westford/Littleton Jr. Pee Wee football team to victory in the Pop Warner Superbowl.


Carlisle Middle School students Diane Lee, Sara Guo and Ian Goller participated in the Concord Educaton Fund's Spelling Bee and Silent Auction on Saturday to raise money for support of public education in Concord, which includes CCHS.

 


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