Friday, July 30, 2004
Daniel and Clive Jacques
After nine years together, Daniel and Clive Jacques of Indian Hill were married on July 1, 2004. The private wedding took place in Provincetown in a ceremony on the beach in the presence of their three children, Ovidio, Hunter and Nicholas, and their faithful dog, Stella.
Daniel Jacques is a graduate of the Webb Institute of Naval Architecture and the Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College. Clive Jacques is a graduate of Trinity College and Boston University School of Law. Clive maintains a private law practice in Concord.
· Sloane Brazina of Rutland Street took home two first
place awards in the Region 3 Junior Olympic Summer Diving Championships
held at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill on June 25 —
Brazina competed on both the 1-meter and 3-meter springboards in the girls 11-and-under age group. She placed first in both events, then moved up to the 12-13 age group and placed 13th (out of 25 girls) on the 3-meter board.
Brazina has been competing for two years and dives year round with the Charles River Diving Club in Cambridge.
· Adam Weiss of Brook Street, representing Massachusetts, earned sixth place in Technical Related Math at the Skills USA National Competitions held in Kansas City, Kansas in June. Weiss won gold in both the regional and state level math competitions in order to qualify for the national competition where he competed against gold medalists from all fifty states and the US territories.
Weiss and Brittany Eckhardt of Arlington placed second in the 2004 Boston University College Engineering Design Competition held in June. Eighty-eight two-person teams from several states competed in the vehicle-design competition where partial scholarships to BU were awarded to the top two finishing teams.
Adam Weiss is in the pre-engineering program at Minuteman Regional High School, and recently received over 12 credits from Rochester Institute of Technology as part of the program. He is attending the National Student Leadership Conference in Washington this summer.
· The Concord Rotary Club has announced the recipients of nine scholarships worth a total of $7,500 given to graduates of Concord-Carlisle High School. Those graduates include Carlisle students Jen Trebino of Heald Road and Natalia Sammon of Fifty Acre Way. Others are Jed Reisner, Polly Sturges, Rachel Boyle, Jeff Ramras and Alex Moore of Concord and Stephen Constant and Chairesse Gilmer of Boston.
Trebino will use the money to attend the University of New Hampshire, while Sammon will take the scholarship to study at Case Western Reserve.
· Sevan Yousefian of Brook Street recently completed the graduate program in Armenian History at Yerevan State University in Yerevan, Armenia. He will be teaching courses in the history of American and British policy in Armenia, Transcaucasia, and the Middle East for the History Department of Yerevan State, and also for the American and British Studies Departments of Brusov State Linguistics University, also in Yerevan, during the fall semester.
Carlisle's Malcos earns Olympic alternate spot
Four crews — the men's pair, women's pair, men's double sculls and lightweight women's double sculls — earned spots on the U.S. Olympic Team on Wednesday after sweeping the best two-out-of-three finals at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Rowing on Lake Mercer in West Windsor, New Jersey.
After winning the first final by 0.23 seconds, the New York Athletic Club/Princeton Training Center women's pair of Kate MacKenzie (Novi, MI) and Sarah Jones (Stanwood, WA) once again narrowly defeated PTC's crew of Liane Malcos of East Street and Portia Johnson (Seattle) by only 0.52 seconds. MacKenzie and Jones stroked a 7:13.33 to Malcos and Johnson's 7:13.85. Katie Hammes (La Crosse, Wisconsin) and Maite Urtasun (Riverside, New Jersey), also of PTC, clocked a 7:21.71 to finish third.
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