The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, July 2, 2004


Barbara (Wilkie) Maxwell weds Douglas Waites

Barbara (Wilkie) Maxwell, formerly of Carlisle, and Douglas Waites of Bethlehem, New Hampshire, were married at the Carlisle Congregational Church on June 5, and will reside in Bethlehem. Barbara is the daughter of the late William and Helen Wilkie of Carlisle.

Carlisle's college graduates

Paul John Santoro of Westford Street received a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience with academic honors from Brown University.

Seth Laurence Wylie of School Street received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from Brown University.

Catherine Watson of North Road graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and minors in Economics and History. She played varsity softball at Case in the same position she played at CCHS, left field.

Ian Crowther of Bedford Road graduated with general honors from Vassar College. He completed requirements for a double major in English and Art History and was awarded departmental honors in Art.

Katrina Joanne Przyjemski of Bedford Road graduated from Vassar College. She has been elected to membership in the Vassar College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the national academic honor society.

Sean P. Walsh of South Street graduated from The Catholic University of America (CUA) in Washington, D.C. with a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. He will continue his education at Tufts University, working on a Master's degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering with a focus on Hydrology and Water Resources, as well as on the new Tufts certification in Science and Society (WSSS) program.

A graduate of the Carlisle Public School and CCHS, Sean was a Dean's List student at CUA, and in his freshman year, earned induction into the national academic honor society Phi Eta Sigma. He was active in CUA's student government, was a member of the swim team, and led the Civil Engineering Department's Concrete Canoe team in national competition.

Caroline Cardiasmenos of Ember Lane graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University on June 18. She completed majors in both Music Cognition and Academic Studies, as well as a minor in Cognitive Science. Her original research, which culminated in her thesis, "Effects of Musical Structure on Long Term Memory for Timbre," won a highly selective undergraduate research award. Caroline is a member of several academic honor societies, including Pi Kappa Lambda, the national honor society for music, and Phi Beta Kappa.

Caroline Murphree of River Road graduated from Princeton University, summa cum laude, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She was also elected to Phi Beta Kappa. During the last two years, Caroline received a number of other academic awards at Princeton, including the Shapiro Prize for overall academic excellence, the Class of 1870 Junior Prize, the A. Scott Berg Fellowship to fund senior thesis research and the Senior Comprehensive Exam Prize in English.

In September, Caroline will begin her graduate studies in English Literature at Lincoln College, Oxford University, England.

Jaimie Eustis Frailey of Tophet Road earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Denison University with a major in psychology. Frailey, a Dean's List student, was awarded the Karl Eschman Scholarship, the Estelle King Van Buren Endowed Memorial Scholarship and the Provost Award.

Marta Ullrich of Davis Road earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Arts and Science at Northeastern University.

Mary Fardy of Rockland Road received a M.S.W. degree in Social Work from Boston University

Michael A. Hassara of Kimball Road received a LL.M. in Graduate Taxation from Boston University

Heidi B. Kummer of Spencer Brook Lane received a M.P.H. in Health Law from Boston University.

Joshua E. Holt of School Street received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Amherst College. He majored in Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought and Political Science.

Carol Peters of Carleton Road received a Master of Arts degree from Andover Newton Theological School.

Lindsay B. Micarelli of Maple Street graduated from Colby-Sawyer College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Community and Environmental Sciences.

Meghan Leslie Savage of Rutland Street graduated from Assumption College.

Edward Doreau of Acton Street graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Biology from Messiah College.

Justin Epstein of Cutters Ridge Road graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell with a B.B.A. in Business Administration/Management and Information Systems.

Lauren Meldonian of Virginia Farme graduated magna cum laude from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography and English.

Matthew R. Bryant, who grew up in Carlisle and graduated from CCHS in 1994 and The University of Vermont in 1997, graduated cum laude from Vermont Law School with a degree in Environmental Law.

Colum P. O'Donnell of Canterbury Court received a Master of Science degree from UMass-Boston.

Private school graduates

Charlie Drew of Bedford Road graduated from Oxford Academy, Westbrook, Connecticut, on May 29. He was valedictorian of his class and received the Headmaster's Award for 2004, given to the senior who has contributed most to the school. He plans to enter the School of Engineering at the University of Maine, Orono, in the fall.

Zach Parker of West Street graduated from Concord Academy. While at Concord Academy, Zach was a member of the golf and baseball teams for four years, and was captain of both varsity teams his senior year. He also played two years of varsity basketball. He will be attending Bowdoin College in the fall.

Colin Green of Hartwell Road graduated from Concord Academy. Colin wrote for the school newspaper, The Centipede, and the school literary magazine, The Chameleon. In addition, he was the executive producer of the school's video yearbook, co-head of the Rock-and-Roll Club, and a member of the varsity cross-country team. He will be attending Tufts University in the fall.

Nancy Lotane of School Street has joined the 18-member Board of C.C. Pools, the non-profit organization building the new Concord Carlisle Community Swim and Health Center.

The Concord Carlisle Community Swim and Health Center is being built with private, tax-deductible donations from individuals, businesses and foundations. Upon completion, the Center will be given to the Town of Concord, and available to everyone in the towns of Concord and Carlisle, as well as town employees and their families. It will be located on the grounds of the Concord-Carlisle Regional High School.

2004 The Carlisle Mosquito