Friday, September 12, 2003
Engagement Janet E. Lang to wed Charles R. Monahan
Mr. and Mrs. David Lang of East Street are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Dr. Janet E. Lang of Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, to Charles R. Monahan of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monahan of Buckingham, Pennsylvania.
Janet is a graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School, University of Massachusetts and Pennsylvania School of Chiropractic. She has a private practice in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Monahan is a graduate of Rider University and is a Senior Vice President at Morgan Stanley.
A May 15, 2004 wedding is planned in Carlisle.
Devlin Patton Aijin Ih
Patti Hartigan and Bennet Ih of Cross Street announce the arrival of their son, Devlin Patton Aijin Ih, who was born kicking on July 21 at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. Devlin was welcomed warmly by his brother, Aidan, and his sister, Marisa.
• Tom Guyer, Sr. of Acton Street was thrilled when he was picked as one of the monthly winners in the Aircraft and Pilot's Association's (AOPA's) Centennial of Flight Sweepstakes. He told everyone at his home airport about it. Unfortunately, he passed away on February 22 before he could take his flight. But AOPA made special arrangements for his son and fellow AOPA member, Tom, Jr., to take his father's dream flight.
Guyer traveled from his home in Bolton, Massachusetts, to Sedona, Arizona, home of Red Rock Biplanes, for a chance to experience the wind-in-your-hair sensation of open-cockpit biplane flying first hand.
"It was a fantastic trip," said Guyer. "My dad loved to fly. He started back in the '50s when he was a teenager. He retired from Delta Airlines several years ago and told me that he was a very fortunate man. He was able to do something that he loved to do and even got paid for it!"
• Brendon Hedblom of Maple Street, catcher for
Lightning Baseball of New England, recently returned from the under-13
AAU National Tournament held in Kinston, North Carolina. The team advanced
to the top 24 seeded team bracket and were one game away from advancing
to the top 12 in the tournament.
As the starting catcher, Hedblom caught all five games to help Lightning win the under-13 AAU State Championship to qualify for the nationals and caught five of the six games in Kinston.
The team started working together in October, training throughout the winter at Extra Innings, an indoor facility in Middleton. Training sessions, Thursday through Sunday, included indoor training, clinics, outdoor practices, and games with regional teams. The team finished first with a 15-1 record during the regular season. Hedblom ended the season by competing in the first NEAAU Baseball All Star Tournament at Johnston Memorial Park, in Johnston, Rhode Island.
• Katrina Przjemski of Bedford Road, a senior at Vassar College, was one of 80 students nationwide to receive the Morris K. Udall Scholarship.
The Udall Scholars were selected on the basis of academic merit and were nominated by the faculties of colleges and universities nationwide. Seventy-four scholars are in fields related to the environment, four in health care, and two in tribal public policy.
The one-year scholarship will help to cover the cost of tuition, fees, books and room and board up to a maximum of $5,000. As part of the scholarship, all 80 students were obligated to attend the Udall Scholar Orientation in August in Tucson, Arizon.
Katrina's sister, Karina, earned a place on the dean's list of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, of Johns Hopkins University for the spring 2003 term.
• Kylie Duff of North Road and Mary Roberts of North Road were featured in a Boston Globe Northwest article on August 21 entitled "Freshman elective: dorm room feng shui." Globe staff reporter, Erica Noonan called Mary when she saw a flyer for the Dorm Chi classes at the Gleason Library in early August. Dorm Chi helps high school and college students reach their goals through the design and arrangement of their living spaces.
• CCHS freshmen Dan Canina of Martin Street and Alex Van Leer of Hutchins Road were chosen as co-captains of the freshman football team.
• Enio, Julio and Stacy Velazco of Woodland Road will be raising funds for cancer research when they walk in the 15th Annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk on Sunday, September 21.
The Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk is the only event, other than the Boston Marathon itself that is sanctioned by the Boston Athletic Association to use the historic 26.2-mile route from Hopkinton to Boston. Walkers can choose from two different routes: 26.2 miles from Hopkinton, at 7 a.m.; or 13.1 miles from Wellesley, at 11 a.m. Patients and their families can follow the three-mile route that begins at the Harvard Medical School Quad, at 2 p.m. All walkers finish at the Copley Square finish line.
For more information, call 1-866-JFW-HERO.
In the August 29 issue of the Mosquito, "Carlisle's 1931 Engine 1 restored," the name of the skilled workman who replaced the old floorboards of the engine with solid oak flooring is Stew Robinson of Restoration Painting and Carpentry in Carlisle.
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