The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 18, 2004


PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY. Carlisle School Co-Principal Steve Goodwin finishes lunch on Wednesday with "Principal for the Morning" Molly Koski. Molly's parents, Chad and Lisa Koski, won this prize in a raffle at the CSA/CEF auction in March. (Photo by Lisa Koski)

SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED.The Garden Club reviewed 15 applicants this year for the two $1,000 scholarships. The two winners were Megan Lyons (left) who will attend Stevens Institute of Technology for Environmental Engineering and Ben Phillippo (right) will attend Emerson College to study Film. His family owns Rainbow Mums. Vice President Liz Carpenter presented the checks. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

PASS IT FORWARD DAY. Val Caddell and Mariah Ganek lend a hand at the recycling event held at the Carlisle Transfer Station last Saturday. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

PERFECT PITSTOP. Canoeists and kayakers from Carlisle and surrounding towns celebrated the SuAsCo Wild and Scenic Riverfest with a two-hour sunrise paddle down the Concord River last Saturday. With more birds heard than seen due to the early morning fog, the group stopped for breakfast at the Riverview Restaurant at the water's edge in Billerica.

(Photo by Wayne Davis)

MISTY MORNING JOURNEY. Early-risers explored the Concord River last Saturday on the RiverFest boat trip sponsored by the Carlisle Conservation Commission. (Photo by Cees Vanderwoude)

2004 The Carlisle Mosquito