The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 8, 2004

Local resident to show 3D photos in Lowell

Carlisle resident Jan Burandt of School Street, a 3D photographer, has been celebrating the Houston Artcar Parade for many years. You may have seen her presentation at her 3D artcar images at the Revolving Museum in Lowell in the show "Freewheelin' The Art of Rolling!"

The opening gala, October 16, 6 to 9 p.m. is a fundraising event, celebrating the Revolving Museum's 20th year ($25 admission, includes food, drink and entertainment). October 23-24 is open studio weekend. The Revolving Museum will be open from 12 to 5 p.m. free of charge. The exhibit will be on view from October 17 through February 12. Gallery hours are Thursday-Sunday 12 to 4 p.m. The Revolving Museum is located at 22 Shattuck Street, Lowell. For information call 1-978-YES-ARTS or see http://www.revolvingmuseum.org.

GATHERING FOR ATKINS. U. S. Democratic Congressman from the Fourth District, Barney Frank, long-time friend of State Representative Cory Atkins, was the speaker at an Atkins fundraiser at the Wilsons' on Sunday night. Shown left to right are Barney Frank, Cory Atkins and Grant Wilson. (Photo by Mike Quayle)


Faucher to speak on history of Great Brook Farm on October 28

Thursday, October 28 at noon in the Sleeper Room, the Carlisle Council on Aging is pleased to host a special program in collaboration with the Gleason Public Library's grant program on Carlisle's Forests: Past, Present, and Future. The guest speaker will be Ray Faucher, Supervisor of Great Brook Farm State Park. Faucher will talk about the history of the farm and describe what the farm is today, including information on the various programs, activities, and trails that the park hosts. Lunch begins at noon, with the program following at 1 p.m. Reservations appreciated: call 1-978-371-2895.

FUN FOR ALL. Residents of Nowell Farme Road, Fern Lane, Garnet Rock Lane and Long Ridge Road attended a block party on Saturday, October 2 at the upper end of Nowell Farme. It is hoped that this will become an annual affair. (Photo by John Huehnergard)

Cranberry Harvest after October 14

According to the Carlisle Conservation Administrator, Sylvia Willard, this year's harvest at the cranberry bog on Curve Street will begin on or after October 15. The public is welcome to observe the harvest, as long as people take care not to obstruct workers or their vehicles.

Concord-Carlisle Scholarship Fund loves high school seniors

Senior year excitement has begun for a new group of students as they prepare for the next phase of their lives. Very soon spring will come again and graduation will be here. It is not too early to start thinking about scholarships. As the price for post-secondary education rises, so does the need for financial assistance.

The Scholarship Fund was established as an independent entity in 1966 by five Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee members. Since its inception, the Fund has supported over 600 students in higher education, many for four years, who have attended school in Concord or reside in Concord or Carlisle. In 2004, the total awards to both graduating senior, college, and graduate students amounted to slightly over $125,000.The present Trustees, all residents of Concord and Carlisle, raise money, supervise its investment, interview and select the students to receive scholarships each spring, and administer scholarships for several other local organizations. The Fund is associated with Dollars for Scholars, a national scholarship organization which serves as a valuable resource. The Trustees also assist donors wishing to honor a special citizen, teacher, or loved one by establishing a named fund.

A wordfor parents - do plan on an early as possible tax return in the new year to make financial aid form deadlines. We encourage you to visit our web site at www.ccscholarshipfund.org where you can not only find more information about the Fund, but can also find the 2005-06 scholarship application form which is now ready to be downloaded.


Karl Breuing of Spencer Brook Road will be among the 7,000 athletes in the 40th annual Head of the Charles Regatta (HOCR) on October 23 and 24. They will row among top athletes, including Olympic medal winners from across the U.S. and 27 countries. Breuing will compete in the Grand-Master Men's Singles.

COA Alpine Trip

Join the Carlisle seniors on a trip to Alpine Country, March 8-21. The trip costs $2549 for twin occupancy, including air fare, hotels, sightseeing, all breakfasts & dinners. The group will visit Innsbruck, Vienna, Lucerne, Munich, Zermatt, Lake Geneva, St Moritz and more. For information or sign-up call Joanne Willens or e-mail at joannewillens@comcast.net. Fliers are available at the COA o ffice at Town Hall.

Reporters needed

Want to get involved with the community? The Mosquito needs reporters to cover the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee and join the team covering the Finance Committee. We also need feature writers. If interested, call news editor Maya Liteplo at 1-978-369-7848, or feature editor Marilyn Harte at 1-978-369-2044.


2004 The Carlisle Mosquito