The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, December 12, 2003


Carlisle School Association's House Tour committee member Cynthia Sorn (left) and Valerie Holt admire drawings that Carlisle first-graders made of their homes. The pictures were on display at Town Hall. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

WEEKEND WEATHER. Claude Williamson digs out from the first no'easter of the season. (photo by Lois D'Annunzio)

Carlisle School Band Director Tom O'Halloran conducts a recent practice. (photo by Melinda Howe)

WORTH WAITING FOR. The doors of the Congregational Church will open at 10 a.m. tomorrow for the Christmas Fair.

(Photo by Ellen Huber)



Nancy Pierce forced to clear her own path as her husband mans the camera

SUSAN FARGO receives award

Visitors discover many delightful homes on the
Carlisle School Aassociation house tour

The Carlisle House Tour, sponsored by the Carlisle School Association, held on Friday, December 5, was a big success. The approximately 300 visitors to the seven Carlisle houses on the tour helped raise $4,500 in much-needed funds for the Carlisle School. (all pictures by Ellen Huber)
Debbie and Eric Shurr's house
on Swanson Road

Charlie and Carol Langdon's house
on Highwood Lane

David and Lisa Chaffin's house
on East Street.

Jamie and Kathryn Klickstein's house
on West Street.

Chris and Kate Sweeny's house
on Buttrick Lane.

Peter and Diane George's house
on Bellows Hill Road.

John and Kathleen Forelli's house
on West Street.


2003 The Carlisle Mosquito