The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 16, 2003



CCHS CONCERT BAND AT TANGLEWOOD. Students include from left, top row: Jacquie O'Kelly, Elizabeth Cheever and Hugh Welles. Second row: Ben Phillippo, Michael LaBrie and Zach Rubenstein. Third row: Molly Crowther, Megan Lyons, Jenny Siegel, Maren Studlien, and Kelsey Lewis. Meredith Eaton is in the front row. (Photo by Tim Morse)


TAKING FIVE. Eighth-graders Alex Ostrom (left) and Eric Zuk along with the rest of the Carlisle Middle School Senior Band performed at Tanglewood on May 11. (Photo by Tim Morse)

The Carlisle Middle School Senior Band performs at Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood on May 11.


The CCHS Repertory Band performs at Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood on May 11.

ARTFUL ADDITION TO THE LIBRARY. The first permanent pieces in the "Art at Gleason" collection are sculptures created by Peter Woytuk and generously donated by the Ruettgers family. Pictured above from left are Mark Amdahl, Woytuk's studio manager; Maureen Ruettgers; Woytuk and Library Trustee Brooke Cragan. (Photo by Cynthia Sorn)

Jeremy Till, a senior at CCHS, learned computer cartography to map and evaluate bicycle tours of Carlisle and Concord for his project. (Courtesy photo)

Carlisle School Principal Andy Goyer good-naturedly kisses Daisy the pig to publicize the school association's book fair that was held in early May. (Photo by Dave Mayall)

AT HIS DISPOSAL. Volunteer Chris Chin (center) hands a hazardous waste information card to Malcolm Walsh, as Board of Health agent Linda Fantasia looks on at the board's hazardous waste disposal day on May 8. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


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