The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 14, 2003

HIGHLAND SCHOOL ARTISTS. The current art exhibit at the Gleason Public Library features works of the artists currently using studio space at the Highland School on School Street. The group of artists includes: Row 1 (left to right) Wayne Geehan, Nina Nickles and Lonnie Harvey. Row 2 (left to right) Weezie Petrie and Imadiel Ariel. Row 3 (left to right) Phyllis Hughes, Nancy Roberts, Katherine Bell and Helen Citron Boodman. Top row (left to right) Francoise Bourdon, D'Anne Bodman and Terry Darell Colosi (Sally Hall is not pictured.) The show runs until January 3, and all works are for sale with 20% of the profits going to the library. You can visit with the artists at a reception at the Gleason Library on Saturday, November 15, from 2 to 4 p.m. (Photo by Ann Marie Brako)



Lyle Brandhorst Hutchins

Dick and Sylvia Brandhorst of Stearns Street are happy to announce that their new grandson, Lyle Brandhorst Hutchins, went home from the hospital this past week. He was born August 27 at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hospital weighing 2 pounds 3 ounces. After 2 1/2 months in the neo-natal unit, he is now at home in Putney, Vermont with his parents Jill and Ray Hutchins.

Two of Carlisle's own participate in the Westford-Littleton Pop Warner Football program. Patch Doyle of Canterbury Court is the starting fullback and linebacker for his team that is headed for the play-offs for the second straight year. Patch has also been nominated for the Academic All-American Pop Warner team. Sean Doyle, Patch's brother, plays nose guard and is captain of his defense. Sean's team is also headed to the play-offs for the second year in a
row. Last year, Sean's team won the Pop Warner Super Bowl Championship and is hoping to repeat as champions again this year.

Eighth-grader Deran Manoukian of Westford Street has been playing Westford/ Littleton Pop Warner football for seven years. He is a veteran center on offense and a veteran tackle on defense. In his final year in Westford/ Littleton Pop Warner football, he has accomplished many things including a trip to the 2003 playoffs. Deran has been a dominant player on his team. He will continue to play through high school and college with hopes of being drafted into the NFL.


Painting Donated. Carlisle artist Phyllis Hughes recently donated a piece called "Coppermine Farm" to the Carlisle Historical Society. The painting shows the barn under renovation at the Heald House, the society's home. The picture, valued at $1,800, currently hangs as part of the artist's 49-painting show at the Emerson Umbrella in Concord until November 17. (Photo by Ann Marie Brako)

UNVEILING CEREMONY. Joining Carlisle Postmaster Bill Ponte (standing to the left of the stamp) to unveil the new 45 cent first-class stamp entitled "Stop Family Violence" are (left to right) Jonathan Daisy, Carlisle Police Chief Dave Galvin, Tom Dunkers, Bob Wallhagen, Brenda Terriero (representing the board of The Network for Women's Lives), COA representative Susan Evans, Ed LeClair and outreach and training consultant Ben Atherton-Zemank. Daisy, Galvin, Dunkers, Wallhagen and LeClair are members of Men Against Domestic Abuse and Control. The stamp is on sale at the Carlisle Post Office. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)


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