The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 31, 2003


Making Trash to Treasures

MAKING TRASH INTO SCULPTURES. At the Trash-into-Art project at the transfer station on Saturday, Matthew Hill starts off with a hanger and some Christmas balls. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)

TRASH-INTO-ART PROJECT. Harvey Cox attaches a tongue as a finishing touch to his creation made entirely of recycled materials. Sculptures are on display at the transfer station. The event was sponsored by The Carlisle Household Recycling Committee and the Carlisle Cultural Council. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)

TRUTH, BEAUTY, AND DETERMINATION. Amelia Cox works on an animal sculpture made from recycled materials at the Trash-Into-Art project held at the transfer station last Saturday. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)

BLOW ME DOWN. Two Carlisle School Buildings and Grounds workers survey the damage after high winds blew parts of a tree down on the plaza during lunchtime on Wednesday, October 29. Second and third grade students were surprised to see the tree crash down outside of the cafeteria windows, but luckily everyone was in during the storm. A second tree, which had previous damage, was removed as a safety precaution. (Photo by Cynthia Sorn)

INTREPID TRAILBLAZERS. The Trails Committee volunteer crew rests last Saturday near Bellows Hill Road, having rerouted the trail around the Bartlett Farm. From left to right are Steve Tobin, Jimmy Burnham, George Fardy, Marc Lamere (back), Chris and Bob Burnham. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)

Mazers by Marjorie Johnson


2003 The Carlisle Mosquito