The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 6, 2003


Margaret "Maggie" Kelly Smith

Kevin and Casey Smith of Lowell Street are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Maggie, born May 2 at Emerson Hospital. Maggie joins two brothers, Liam and Declan.

Grandparents are Tom and Maryanne Smith of North Falmouth, Massachusetts, and Fran and Nancy Coleman of Long Beach Island, New Jersey and Shari Coleman of Mt. Holly, New Jersey.


Amy Katherine Young weds Brian Winston Masselink

Diane Bleday of Elizabeth Ridge Road and Michael Young, M.D. of Seal Cove, Maine, are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Amy Young to Brian Masselink, son of Linda and Robert Masselink of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The wedding was held on Providenciales Island of Turks and Caicos in the Caribbean on April 27.

Amy, originally from Wayland, graduated from Wayland High School and Duke University. She presently works as a documentary film editor in San Francisco.

Brian, originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, graduated from Forest Hills Northern High School in Grand Rapids and from the University of Chicago. He is employed in medical research in San Francisco and will attend medical school at the University of California in Los Angeles in the fall.

Sixty guests and relatives attended the wedding and the week-long festivities after which the couple departed for a honeymoon of scuba diving.

· Bonnie Miskolczy's sculpture, "This Way Deer," provides the entryway to the RiverFest Sculpture Walk, starting at the Concord River boat landing off Lowell Road in Concord. A guided tour of the sculptures will be given at 1:00 p.m. on June 7. The 18-foot high sculpture is made of trees slated for removal by NStar, with help from Gary Davis and his DPW crew, Gabor Miskolczy, and for final installation, Stephanie Ryan and Peter Rowan.

RiverFest is celebrated by towns along the Concord, Assabet and Sudbury Rivers all day long on June 7. Check the web site for full details.

Thomas Caron directs Deron Cluff and Alexander Brako Sayde, as Oedipus and The Messenger.
·Carlisle Public School fifth-grader Alexander B. Sayde of West Street will appear in the role of the messenger in the outdoor theater production of The Infernal Machine, a modern play based on the classical tale of Oedipus, presented by The Town Cow Theatre Company of Concord. The ten members of the ensemble, under the direction of Thomas Caron, will perform the play on Fridays, June 6, 13, and 20 at 6 p.m.; Saturday, June 7 at 6 p.m.; Saturdays, June 14 and 21 at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.; and Sundays, June 8, 15, and 22 at 4 p.m. All shows have free admission, and take place in the Anne Chamberlin Park on Lowell Road in Concord (just west of Monument Square).

· Our sympathy to... Don and Barbara Drinkwater and their children, Jason, Robert, Michael and Laura of Fiske Street on the death of Don's father, Silvio L. Drinkwater, 85, of Watertown, on May 29.

CLEANING UP. Carlisle Education Foundation (CEF) and Carlisle School Association (CSA) Auction Prize: Carlisle School teacher Bill Gale and some of his fourth graders spent a morning doing yard work for the Arnold and Ansara family, top bidders for a "Spring Clean Up" at the benefit auction fundraiser. Yardworkers (left to right) are ­ Nick Stoico, Lauren Tice, Bill Gale, Ben Parsons, Madeline Monroe and Adeline Bakewell (in bucket.) (Photo by Barney Arnold)

2003 The Carlisle Mosquito