The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 17, 2004


TRAVELING TORTOISE. Susanne Whitney Smith holds Flash, a friendly Sulcata (sub Saharan) tortoise she found wandering along a Weston roadside. Whitney Smith was able to locate the tortoise's owners. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

IN THE SWIM. C.C.Pools 2004 Swimathon sponsor Jim Brine, of Brine's Sporting Goods, joins (left to right) Claire Teylouni of Concord, Tim Atkins of C.C.Pools, Inc. and Basil Bourque of Carlisle near the site of the new Community Swim and Health Center. Teylouni and Bourque were the top-dollar swimmers in the swimathon, which raised nearly $10,000 for the center. (Courtesy photo)

SWEARING IS ENCOURAGED IN THIS JOB. Election workers are sworn in for duty on Tuesday morning at 6:55 a.m. Standing from left to right are: Election Warden Harriet Fortier, Phyllis Hughes, Irene Blake, Mary Lou Koning and Betty Lang. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Interim kindergarten teacher Vanessa Marr greets Skylar Cotter on the first day of kindergarten. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Republican candidate for State Representative, Doug Stevenson, checks in to vote in the State primary early Tuesday morning. Poll workers (left to right ) are Irene Blake and Betty Lang.



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.

Kindergartners line up in the rain on their first day of school. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Members of the Carlisle School Committee listen while Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds David Flannery explains the need to paint the bulletin boards.

(Photo by Cynthia Sorn)


The mushroom Amanita pantherina is shown under the Wayside Pulpit on the Town Green. (Photo by Kay Fairweather)

The mushroom Amanita pantherina is shown under the Wayside Pulpit on the Town Green. (Photo by Kay Fairweather)

Sunflowers blossom in front of the post office on Bedford Road. (Photo by Mike Quayle)

Terry Golson tends to her thriving backyard vegetable garden. (Photo by Mike Quayle)

Tedford Armistead (center) of Carlisle plays Captain Smith in the musical Titanic with Arlington Friends of Drama last spring. (Courtesy photo)

Chuck Holleman (center) of Carlisle plays Ben Franklin in the musical 1776 with The Concord Players last spring. (Photo by Rik Pierce)


This Old Septic ­ plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey advises on placement of the new septic tank being dropped into place behind the house safely out of range of the Catalpa's roots. (Photo by Anne Marie Brako)


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