The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 24, 2003

BOOTH FAMILY WEDDINGS
Andrew Booth weds Jennifer Salisbury

Lifelong residents Fran and Rita Booth of River Road were proud grandparents recently at the weddings of their two grandchildren, Andrew and Laura Booth. Andy (see above) and Laura are the children of David and Priscilla Booth of Chelmsford.

Andrew Booth and Jennifer Salisbury were married on August 16. You may have seen Andrew around town as he is a police officer in Carlisle. His bride is office manager for Rapid Finishing in Nashua.The wedding was performed at St. Irene Church in Carlisle. A reception was held at the Bull Run in Ayer, after which Andy and Jen left for a trip to Colorado. They now reside in Pepperell.

Laura Booth weds Salvatore Catanzano

Laura Booth and Salvatore Catanzano were married on September 13. Laura is a registered nurse at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center working as a Case Manager for Orthopedic and Cardiothoracic Surgery. Sal is a self-employed carpenter. Following the ceremony at St. Irene church and a reception at the Radisson Hotel in Chelmsford, they honeymooned in St. Lucia and are now settled in their Tewksbury home.

Father Thomas Donohoe, pastor at St. Irene, officiated at both ceremonies.

Elizabeth Laura Thomas of Page Brook Road was recently recognized as a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda, National Leadership, an honors organization at the University of New Hampshire. Sigma Alpha Lambda is dedicated to promoting and rewarding academic achievement and providing members with opportunities for community service, personal development and lifelong professional fulfillment.

Rachel Holt of School Street, a junior at Connecticut College, has been named associate photo editor of The College Voice, the college's award-winning student-run newspaper. The Voice, a full-color broadsheet newspaper published weekly throughout the academic year, provides timely information to the college community and is one of the largest student organizations on campus.


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