The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, January 16, 2004


Campbell Katherine Guyer Brown Niamh Bebhinn Dowling Guyer

Bev Guyer of Acton Street welcomes two new granddaughters.

Campbell Katherine Guyer Brown was born on December 8 at Emerson Hospital to Jennifer Guyer Brown and Bob Brown, Jr. of Chelmsford. Her paternal grandparents are Bob and Heather Brown of Chelmsford.

Niamh Bebhinn (Nee-iv Be-veen) Dowling Guyer was born on December 24 at Newton-Wellesley Hospital to Seana Dowling-Guyer and Tom Guyer, Jr. of Bolton. Her maternal grandmother is Mary Dowling of Edgewood, New Mexico.

Campbell was born when the moon was full and Niamh was born when the moon was new.

Our sympathy to...

Marcy Guttadauro and her family on Fiske Street on the death of Marcy's mother, Lois Silverstein, age 71, formerly of Lynnfield, who died on January 9.

Paula Trebino and her family of Heald Road on the death of her youngest brother, Kevin McCarron, age 48, who died unexpectedly shortly before Christmas.

J. Stewart Roberts and Karla S. Johnson of Nickles Lane announce that recent projects of their architectural firm J. Stewart Roberts Associates, Inc. will be exhibited at the Rotch Library at MIT from January 5 to January 31, 2004. The Rotch Library is located in Building 7-238, and the hours of operation are as follows. Monday to Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 11 a.m. to 6: p.m.; Sunday 2 to 9 p.m.

Eleanor celebrates her 109th birthday

Last year on January 7, members of the Alumnae Association of Wellesley College (shown above) journeyed to Lexington to deliver birthday greetings to Eleanor Reycroft, who was ringing in her 108th birthday. This year she celebrated her 109th birthday with her daughter Judy Larson, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Eleanor will be remembered walking the six-mile Estabrook Trail to Concord on Patriots Day, April 19, 1988 at the age of 93 with her grandson Geoffrey Larson, who was captain of the Carlisle Minutemen. (Mosquito 4/15/88)

Eleanor declares her secret to longevity is willingly accepting the fact that "life is change."

Carlisle students named to honor roll Lawrence Academy

Alexandra D'Agostino of North Road, a junior, was awarded high honors for the fall trimester. Academic honors were awarded to senior Matt Kilfoyle of West Street. Completing her first term with honors was ninth-grader Priyanka Singhal of Kimball Road.

St. Sebastian School, Needham
For the first quarter of the 2003-2004 school year, Kyle Murphy of Nickles Lane, grade 8, and Tyler Smith of Hartwell Road, grade 7, were each awarded high honors. Patrick Brennan, grade 9, and Thomas Brennan, grade 10, both of Bedford Road, were awarded honors with distinction. Connor Smith of Hartwell Road, grade 9, was awarded honors with distinction. Michael Burke of Pine Brook Road, grade 8, was awarded honors.

Minuteman Regional, Lexington
For the first quarter, Brendon Smith of Martin Street, a junior, was awarded high honors. Meaghan Levey of Autumn Lane, a freshman, was awarded honors.

Brimmer & May Middle School
Katherine Puffer of Rutland Street, a seventh grader, earned high honors for the first quarter.
Phillips Academy, Andover

Laura Ferraro of Spencer Brook Lane, a sophomore, and Alexander Green, of Hartwell Lane, a freshman, were named to the honor roll for the fall term.

HAIR JEWELRY ON DISPLAY. Erin Johnson of South Street explains her hair jewelry exhibit at a Carlisle Historical Society reception at Gleason Library. Erin,a student at Creighton College, was an intern at the Historical Society.

2004 The Carlisle Mosquito