The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, April 9, 2004


CHORAL TUTORIAL. The Concord-Carlisle High School Select Chorus gets feedback and instruction at the MICCA (Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association) Festival last weekend. The Festival gives students from across the state the opportunity to perform and receive detailed feedback from music professionals such as William Pappazsis (above left), director of Fine and Performing Arts at Belmont High School. (Courtesy photo)

Saturday! What a busy day all around town
photos by Midge Eliassen

At the Emerson Umbrella Open House at the Highland School, Chuck Hughes displays his carved utensils, while his wife Phyllis shows a visitor her paintings in the background.

An intercollegiate bike race team passes through Carlisle early Saturday morning. Hosted by Tufts, the race drew teams from as far away as U. Penn, Princeton and Cornell.

Peter Senge, the featured speaker at the Ed Forum is shown with former Carlisle resident Deb Lyneis, one of the organizers of the Systems Thinking talk.

Sally Coulter of the Carlisle Civil Liberties Committee hands out fliers for the USA PATRIOT Act Forum at the transfer station.

Amanda Wang with her mom, Xiao Min Ni, was disappointed to find the egg hunt at Diment Park postponed to May 1.


Systems mentor / teacher Alan Ticotsky (right) takes part in a discussion group following the Ed Forum talk by Peter Senge.

Townspeople join forces to pick up the trash

Bob Orlando (left), Betsy Fell and Marilyn Harte man the Mosquito Trash Party booth in the center of town. John Lindquist (right) stops by to see what's going on and takes the opportunity to sample a doughnut hole.

Joann Driscoll loads trash bags onto the trailer on her husband David's pickup truck which he'll drive to the transfer station.

First-grade Brownies scour the school plaza looking for trash.

Trash Party coordinator Bob Orlando adjusts the Trash Party sign at the municipal parking lot.

Susan Probolus of Munroe Hill, Charlie Dennison of Stearns Street and Leslie Thomas of Estabrook Road tackle the trash off lower Westford Street.

Brownies clean up trash at the old cemetery in Carlisle center.


CLEANING UP. Third-grade Brownies Anya Kaufman, Amanda Fabrizio and Sarah Means rake up sand as well as trash near Carlisle Village Court during the Mosquito Trash Party on Saturday. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)

Water flows through the culvert and over the road on Acton Street. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)

WEATHERPROOF RABBIT. The Easter Bunny at a home on Brook Street is dressed for April showers. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)

PLEASING EVEN THE YOUNGEST PATRONS. Lee (on left) and Kai Tang pay rapt attention at the recent Singalong for young children held at Gleason Public Library. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)


2004 The Carlisle Mosquito