The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, December 19, 2003



CONCORD NATURALIST SPEAKS TO SCOUTS. Concord naturalist Peter Alden, author of the National Audubon Society Field Guide to New England was invited by the Carlisle Cub Scouts to speak on the problem of invasive plants. Monday night in the Corey Dining Room, Alden gave a slide show on the worst problem plants and ways to combat them. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


Anxious to take advantage of the new skateboard park are (back row, left to right) Nick Ligor, Justin Harris, James Deignan, Joe Davin, Chris Johnson, Alec Creighton, Bobby Koning, Greg Moseley (front row) Ryan Harris, Bobby Davin, Tyler Koning, Kerri Bourque, Connor Deignan and Justin Morgan. (Courtesy photo)

Devon Dray of Hutchins Road, an eighth-grader at the Carlisle School, expressed his thoughts on the capture of Sadam Hussein in his drawing shown at left.
FAIR TRADE. Dee Daley sold South American handcrafts at the Congregational Church Christmas Fair last Saturday. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

NEAR THE TOP. Coming in a close second in their round of the 10th Anniversary Concord Ed Fund Spelling Bee held on November 22 were "Carlisle Middle School Spellers," eighth graders Bill Hisey, Aaron Freedman and Erica Shieh. (Courtesy photo)


HAVE AN ICE TIME. From left, Abby Wilcox, Emma Brandhorst and Tracey Ford enjoy the Carlisle School Association skating outing held at the Middlesex School last week. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. (photo by Rik Pierce)

HAPPY HOLIDAYS. Eric Corey stands by a smiling Grinch, who is hanging out these days on Lowell Street. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


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