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Friday, November 21, 2003

Features

A House full of memories
The Kiersteads' house makes way for Carlisle's first 40B development

A small blue Cape perches atop a hill on Lowell Street across from the transfer station. It stares out, watchfully, its windows vacant. The blue house waits to be demolished to make way for Carlisle's first Chapter 40B development, Laurel Hollow, on a four-acre site at 302 Lowell Street. This house holds a lifetime of memories. ...more

Visual artistic expression takes many forms, but it's unusual to see so many points of view in one place. If you have a half-hour free, take the time to visit the exhibit at the Gleason Library entitled "Paintings, Prints and Photographs by Carlisle's Highland Studio Artists." You may be surprised at how someone else sees the same landmarks around ...more

There are many ways to raise funds for the Carlisle Public School. But the best fundraisers are those that are fun and offer opportunities for many people to participate. The Carlisle House Tour on Friday, December 5, promises to be entertaining, with the added benefit of involving many people from Carlisle and the surrounding communities. ...more

Biodiversity corner: ...more

The Carlisle Cross-Country program was a huge success this year attracting 46 runners representing grades five through eight. Girls and boys were equally represented. There was a strong turnout from the younger grades with 23 fifth graders, 10 sixth graders, 2 seventh graders and 11 runners from the eighth grade class. ...more

Although their win-and-loss record may not have shown it, the 2003 Carlisle Huskies Boys' Soccer team has a lot to be proud of. Playing against larger schools and teams often twice their roster size, Carlisle always put forth its best effort. The team improved all year, finishing strong in an exciting 2-2 game with Hanscom. ...more

Carlisle's Middle School Varsity and JV field hockey teams had another season filled with individual as well as team growth. Scoring goals for varsity this season were Julia Lyons, Felisha Patel, Kate Ostrowski, and Katharine Price. Playing strong on offense for the Huskies were Maddy Traynor, Elise Lamoreaux and Liza Faulkner. Erin Hassey and Emma Lunig kept ...more

The Carlisle Huskies Girls' Soccer team continues to build and work hard in what is now their third season of play. The girls worked hard all season as they completed an 11-game schedule against some pretty tough competition. ...more

In the most simplistic terms, Gilbert & Sullivan's Iolanthe is a romance. Boy (Strephon, an Arcadian shepherd) meets Girl (Phyllis, a winsome young maiden), and they fall in love. But it wouldn't be Gilbert & Sullivan without a few complicated, hilarious and delightfully improbable plot turns. ...more


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