Friday, March 14, 2003
Luke Kodiak Perini Benedict
Peter Benedict and Gina Perini of Shirley, Massachusetts, are pleased to announce the birth of their son Luke, born February 12 at Emerson Hospital.
Proud grandparents are Kurt Benedict of East Street and Elizabeth Benedict of Nowell Farme Road, and Richard and Mary Perini of Arlington, Massachusetts.
Adoption Kirill Thomas Keeler
Tom and Mary Keeler of Clark Farm Road would like to announce the arrival of their son Kirill Thomas Keeler. Kirill was born in Ufa, Russia, on October 16, 1999 and arrived at his new home in Carlisle on November 23, 2002. He was welcomed by his two sisters Sara and Emma.
Dean's List and Honor Roll for the fall semester
• Kristin Khederian of Pheasant Hill Lane, at Bentley College
• Sarah Siedlar of Lowell Street, at Bentley College
• Edward Doreau of Acton Street, at Messiah College
• Julian Felch of Stearns Street, at Bates College
• Peter Lyneis formerly of Rutland Street, now of Weston, Vermont, at Bates College
• Sarah Mollo-Christensen formerly of Carlisle, academic excellence in history at Dartmouth College
• John Lakness of Cranberry Hill Road, at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
• Marta Ullrich of Davis Road, at Northeastern University
• Ronald Holsinger of Old East Street, at Northeastern University
Secondary School Honors
• Carlisle residents Chris Chin and Todd Griswold of Hemlock Hill Road, along with their children Spencer, 7, and Julia, 4, will be singing with the Family Folk Chorale in a concert at the Regent Theatre in Arlington at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 29. The Family Folk Chorale, composed of families with children and teenagers of all ages, will sing a rousing selection of traditional American folk songs, with instrumental accompaniment including banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddles, double bass, a jug, and a cast iron pan! The concert will include many well-known folk songs such as "Oh Susannah "and "Erie Canal" and lesser known ones such as "Follow the Drinking Gourd" about the Underground Railroad and a traditional Quaker song called "How Can I Keep From Singing."
For information about the concert, contact the Regent Theatre at 1-781-646-4849 or call Chris Chin at 1-978-369-6769.
• Six Carlisle residents skied the Nordic Adventure Cross-Country Ski Race around Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, from the Great Glen Trails Outdoor Ski Center to Bretton Woods on Sunday, March 9. Midge and Tim Eliassen, Anne and Bob Burnham and Dusty Johnstone skied the full 50 kilometers. Art Milliken skied 25 kilometers.
• After a difficult winter, postal workers at the Carlisle
Post Office will be celebrating Postal Workers Appreciation Day,
Friday, March 21, with an early-morning treat · a special
breakfast provided by the Middlesex Central District manager. Stop
by and thank the workers for their outstanding service during record
snowfalls and bone-chilling temperatures.
•; Sam Petrie, above, of Baldwin Road is a cast member of the Concord Youth Theatre's musical production, Charlotte's Web. As the only cast member from Carlisle, his roles include a rooster and a judge of the state.
Performances are on Saturday, March 15 at 2:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 16 at 2:30 p.m. Performances are held at the Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts, 40 Stow Street, Concord. For more information call 1-978-371-1482 or visit the website at www.concordyouththeatre.org.
•; Sean Walsh of South Street received an award from the Washington
Society of Engineers (WSE) for his paper on the "Energy Advantages
of Smart Buildings and Why They Are Affecting Modern Society."
A class of 2000 graduate of CCHS, Sean was presented a certificate and
monetary award at the District of Columbia Council of Engineering and
Architectural Societies' National Engineers Week banquet in Washington,
DC on February 22, 2003. The paper was submitted as part of the annual
WSE College Paper Competition. Sean is a civil engineering major at
the Catholic University of America.
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