The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 28, 2004


Drew Bjorn Herlihy

Tena and Glenn Herlihy of Sunset Road are pleased to announce the birth of their son Drew Bjorn, born on May 3 at Emerson Hospital. Grandparents are Andy and Sadie Bozicevic of Florida and Marlene Herlihy of Winchester, Massachusetts.

Logan Marie Davighi

Noelle and Keith Davighi of East Windsor, New Jersey, are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Logan Marie, born on Saturday, May 22. Grandparents are Ron Chaput of Milne Cove Road and the late Vivian Chaput, former Carlisle Selectman.

Carlisle students are elected to CCHS National Honor Society

On May 19, the following Carlisle students were inducted in the National Honor Society:

Abend, Stephanie
Andrews, Melissa
Berjawala, Mark
Bojarski, Emeric
Brown, Katherine
Bryant, Laura
Chateauneuf, Amy
Cheever, Elizabeth
Crowther, Molly
Daniels, Christopher
DeBruzzi, Fred
Decatur, Albert
Duffy, Marlow
Duggan, Patricia
Fantasia, Jennifer
Fidler, Jason
Gentile, Matthew
Hart, Alexander
Holland, Caitlin
Johnson, Michael
Kapadia, Cherag
Khayami, Parissa
Konkle-Boss, Christine
Lieb, Bryan
Lyons, Christine
Martini, Andrew
Mathew, Hannah
O'Keefe, Samantha
O'Kelly, Jacqueline
Pan, Jeffrey
Prete, Victoria
Ramanathan, Ravi
Sadan, Shir
Shaver, Christine
Siegel, Jennie
Yu, Brian
Zuk, Jennifer

Carlisle members of the NHS elected last year, as juniors, are:

Anderson, Kimberly
Armistead, Nicolle
Bergstrom, Kristin
Clark, Robert
Eaton, Meredith
Haggerty, Meredith
Hsieh, Caleb
Monroe, Sarah
Pan, Jonathan
Popolo, Elizabeth
Tarr, Joslyn
Speaker for the induction ceremony was William Andrewes, the David P. Wheatland curator of the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments at Harvard University.

CCHS National Merit Commended Students

There were 23 National Merit Commended Students at Concord-Carlisle High School this year of whom the following were from Carlisle:

Robert Clark
Meredith Haggerty
Caleb Hsieh
Jessica Nock
Jonathan Pan
Ben Phillipo
Elizabeth Popolo


Fifth-grade DARE graduation. (Photo by Cynthia Sorn)

• Carlisle Cub Scouts Pack 135 fifth graders achieved the rank of Boy Scouts on April 12. The fifth-grade boys were recognized for their achievement at a formal dinner and ceremony. They are currently actively involved with camping, strengthening their leadership skills and helping their community.

Scouts pictured above (left to right) are: Jack Bondurant, Adam Koski, James Lamb, Chris Burnham, Derek Lamareaux, Daniel Golson and Robert Drinkwater. (Courtesy Photo)

At the ceremony, Barbara Drinkwater was presented an award for her leadership and dedication in Scouting.

Pass-It-Forward Day on June 12

On June 12 from 10 a.m. to noon, the Household Recycling Committee will sponsor Carlisle's second Pass-It-Forward Day. Representatives from variouscharities will be at the transfer station to collect donated items from residents.Currently, participating charities include the Household Goods Recycling Ministry, the Host to International Students at MIT, and the Veteran's Administration.

COA trips

Visit the Charles Riverboat Co. and The Cheesecake Factory on Sept. 14, leaving Church Street at 9 a.m.The cost is $29 for Carlisle residents, $32 for non-residents.

Travel to Austria, Germany and Switzerlandfrom April 20 - May 3, 2005. The cost is $2699. Get a flyer at Town Hall at the COA office or call Joanne Willens at 1-978-371-8023 or

2004 The Carlisle Mosquito