The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 8, 2004


Sixth-grade Spaghetti Supper is a smashing success

pictures by Mike Quayle

Hordes of pasta-deprived families line up for a spaghetti dinner.

Christine Learned (left) and Lauren Pauplis pause to celebrate a grand night.


Happy diners enjoy an Italian feast. Lauren Tice (left) undergoes a quick corsage adjust-ment from Sydney Callahan as they get ready for the evening.

Stephanie Mundel serves with style. Eating before their shift starts are (left to right) Joshua Phillipou, Steven Saul, Madeline Monroe and Timothy Lamere.

Enthusiastic servers gather before the dinner. (Photo by Linda Reichheld)

More Photos:

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)

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)


CONTROVERSIAL DECISION. The Board of Appeals (BOA), Selectmen, Planning Board and Town Counsel met on Tuesday evening to discuss a controversial decision handed down by the BOA last month. The board had granted a special permit to tear down an existing small house on a 1.3-acre lot on Westford Street and replace it with a large new house. This violates a town bylaw, that a house on a nonconforming lot cannot be expanded by more than 50%. Once recorded, a BOA decision can only be reversed by the courts. The meeting went into executive session to discuss a potential appeal to the court.

From left are Town Counsel Richard Hucksam, BOA members Shann Kerner, Terry Herndon and Chair Cindy Nock, and Planning Board member Phyllis Zinicola. (Photo by Mike Quayle)


Some of the new 2004 CCHS faculty members are: (back, left to right) Rebecca Rotti (science), Corey Brown (English), Elisa D'Amore (science), Jennifer Benson (science), and Jason Martel (foreign language). Front row: Alison Furey (guidance), Rebecca Mahoney (science), Michael Basile (social studies), Marybeth Clark (science) and Laura Burgess (music). (Photo by Rik Pierce)

SUNSHINE ON SUNDAY'S WALK. Mike and Ingrid Rhodin and their three children are among the many people who joined the Trails Committee for a leaf-identification walk at Great Brook Farm State Park. (Photo by Mike Quayle)


CALLING ON CONANT. Carlisle third-graders study science during fall and spring field-trips to the town's Conant Land off Rockland Road. Monday's fine weather was ideal for the trip. Pictured left to right are: (standing) Bobby Li, Elizabeth Ventura and parent volunteer Carolyn Stein; (sitting) Caroline Means, Audrey Stein, and Jay Tappen. Jake Mulligan stands on the rock. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

David Warner and Scott Brazina are hard at work during the third-grade field trip to the Conant Land. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

On the Greenough land (Photo by Rik Pierce)

On the Greenough land (Photo by Rik Pierce)





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