The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 17, 2004


Morgan Mae Glazier

Alexandra (Klickstein) and Michael Glazier of Concord joyfully announce the birth of their daughter Morgan Mae, born August 17 at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Morgan Mae joins her two-year-old sister Ava.

The delighted grandparents are Joan and Reuben Klickstein of Indian Hill and Jane and John Glazier of Westford.

• The Second Annual CCXC Run for the Runners, held last Sunday, saw about 75 entrants brave the hilly terrain of the CCHS cross-country course on a surprisingly warm day. Several Carlisle families participated Joe and Lynne Carpenito, Richard and Andrea Fine, Matt, Cassi and Garrett Knight, and Debbie Power, Bill and Olivia Cooney. There was also a distinguished men's group called Team Stevenson. The race was successful in raising enough money for needed equipment for the CCHS Boys' and Girls' CrossCountry Teams. This year's winners from Carlisle included Joe Carpenito, Male 14-18; Cassi Knight, Female 14-18; Doug Stevenson, Joe Carpenito, Tony Mariano, on a Male Four-Person Team; and Olivia Cooney and Debbie Power, Female Parent-Child.

The Silver Streakers
Silver Streakers (left to right) are Haley Adams (Topsfield), Kelsey Bradley of Fiske Street, Abigail Young of Curve Street, Arianna Murphy (Chelmsford) and Kati Lerner of Brook Street.

The Central New England Pony Club games team, the Silver Streakers, won third place out of 21 teams at the U.S. Pony Club National Championships in Lexington, Kentucky, in July. The placement qualified them for the Prince Philip cup, which takes the six best games teams in the U.S. to compete in Lexington, Kentucky, again next April.

Luke Bagnaschi of Evergreen Lane, received a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Redlands in Redlands California. In his senior year Luke was awardedthe Community Service Learning Department's 4-Year Outstanding Community Service Award, and the first-ever University of Redlands Bulldog Legacy Award. He also received the 4 Years of Dedication to Diversity Award as well as the SCIAC (Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) Athlete of the Year Award, recognizing his first-place standing for springboard diving. At the NCAA, Division 3 Swimming and Diving Nationals, he placed fourth on the one-meter spring board, and fifth on the three-meter spring board, making him a two-time All-American. This fall he will begin working for Camp High Trails at Big Bear Mountain in Southern California as a science instructor.

Our sympathy to . . .

Edward Erny Jr. of North Road and Elaine Pfeifer of Page Brook Road on the death of their father, Edward E. Erny, Sr., 83, at Lahey Clinic in Burlington on August 12.

• Mr. Handyman, locally owned and operated by Mike Symonds, moved to larger headquarters over the summer and now resides at 18A Westford Street, in the Wheat Tavern Building. This historic site formerly housed Wheat Tavern, the Post Office and other businesses. Located directly at the rotary in Carlisle center, it is currently home to several Carlisle firms.

Sally Lakness, Carlisle's animal inspector, writes: Murphy is a miniature Jersy Bull. This is Murphy's final week in New England. He is being adopted and going to live in Arizona. What a sweet little bull! He had a magnificent summer out on a kindly-donated Carlisle pasture. The kind treatment he has received is reflected in his gentleness.

2004 The Carlisle Mosquito