Friday, December 6, 2002
Carlisle eighth graders help feed the homeless
Prior to Thanksgiving break, the eighth-grade Breakfast Club groups joined together to help the Salvation Army. Breakfast Club takes place on Friday mornings when eighth graders break into groups to work on projects and discuss different topics. The eighth graders were presented with the idea to create Thanksgiving boxes for the homeless. They decided to go for it and soon created 26 heart-filled boxes. Each box was equipped with a turkey, stuffing, potatoes, cranberry sauce, rice and many other thoughtful items. The eighth graders' efforts were greatly appreciated by all.
• Thomas Brennan of Bedford Road, a ninth grader, and Connor Smith of Hartwell Road, an eighth grader, both students at St. Sebastian's School in Needham, received honors with distinction for the first quarter 2002-2003 school year.
• Brittany Fay, of Overlook Drive, will be appearing in the Northeast Youth Ballet Company's professionally staged production of The Nutcracker December 13 through 22 at the Chevalier Theater in Medford on Forest Street.
• Roy and Mary Green of Stearns Street recently finished first at the Eastern Massachusetts Bridge Association (EMBA) Sectional tournament. They won the Swiss Teams event at the Fall Sectional held in Hyannis.
EMBA's next tournament is December 15 to 17 at the Armenian Cultural Center, 47 Nichols Ave, Watertown. Players will compete at all levels, from beginner to expert. For more information about the schedule, contact Linda Robinson, chair of the event, at 1-781-648-3169 or go to www.acblemba.org.
Eleni Clio Marie Harrison
Clio Harrison, age 81, a resident of East Street, died on November 27 at the Port Rehabilitation Center in Newburyport, Massachusetts.
She was the wife of the late William Henry Harrison who died in 1986.
Born in New Zealand, April 22, 1921, daughter of the late Charles and Eleni (Georgolopolous) Dobson, Mrs. Harrison had been a resident of Carlisle for the past 23 years, previously residing in Harvard, Massachusetts.
She was formerly the secretary of the Louisa May Alcott Memorial Association in Concord.
She is survived by her daughter, Anthea H. Reilly and her husband Eugene of Newburyport, Massachusetts; a brother Paul Dobson of Nova Scotia; and a sister, Rosemary Hyslop of England.
In keeping with her wishes, there will be no memorial service.
Donations in her memory may be made to the charity of one's choice.
Our sympathy to . . .
The Phillippo family on East Street, on the death November 27 of Kathy Phillippo's father, Warren Benscoter, most recently living in Acton.
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