The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 11, 2004

Features

The heavens shone favorably on the Concord-Carlisle High School class of 2004 as graduating students marched onto the football field beneath a patch of blue sky. Elated family, friends, and faculty echoed the radiant weather with sunglasses and smiles, celebrating the accomplishments of the past and those in years to come. ...more

This is a copy of a piece in praise of farmers that Dot Clark had stashed away with other memorable articles collected from the 1930s and 40s. She had copies printed for those who attended the Carlisle Conservation Foundation and Carlisle Land Trust annual meeting in the Clark barn on Concord Street on Sunday. ...more

No, she is not practicing for the soap-box derby — and yes, dogs who are crippled for a variety of reasons can walk again. ...more

Veery

Catharus fuscescens

Other Names: Wilson's Thrush, Willow Thrush (in West). ...more

With so much talk of war these days, it seemed a good time to share with you a collection of letters in the archives of the Carlisle Historical Society. The letters, dated from 1942 to 1945, were written in response to packages sent by the Carlisle United Service Committee to local men and women serving in World War II. Headed by George H. Nobbs, a Spanish-American ...more

The John F. Donovan Memorial Flag Award is presented to the best all-around young women and young men in the graduation class who possess the qualities of dependability, leadership, service, and patriotism to an outstanding degree. The award is presented in memory of the former Concord High School and Concord-Carlisle High School Principal, John F. ...more

The Motley Fool's Money After 40: Building Wealth for a Better Life by Tom and David Gardner. ...more


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