Friday, October 22, 2004
Elizabeth Mila Walsh
Alexandra and Jason Walsh of Robbins Drive announce the birth of their daughter, Elizabeth Mila, on September 28 at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston. Elizabeth weighed 8 pounds and was 19 1/2 inches in length.
Sharing in the joy of Elizabeth's birth are her sisters Victoria and Gabriella, and her grandmothers Deanna Burke of Woburn, Massachusetts, and Judith Carpenter of Barton, Vermont. She is also welcomed by her great-grandmother Florence Walsh of Barton, Vermont, and great-grandfather Louis Duca of Woburn.
• Claude von Roesgen of Page Brook Road has just finished editing a one-hour documentary, Jimi Sir: An American Peace Corps Volunteer in Nepal, that he shot two decades ago. To celebrate, he's having a free screening in Belmont at the Studio Cinema, 376 Trapelo Road, on Thursday, November 4, at 8 p.m. The Studio Cinema is located between Cushing and Waverly Squares.
"If you're a returned Peace Corps volunteer, interested in becoming a Peace Corps volunteer, or know anyone who did Peace Corps service, you'll definitely want to watch Jimi Sir," says Von Roesgen.
• Melissa Weiksnar of Robbins Drive writes: "I ran and finished the Chicago marathon two weekends ago in 4:27:23. My husband Jeff Caruso was there to cheer me, as well as son Philip Caruso (a sophomore at the University of Chicago) and daughter Evelyn Caruso (in her first year at Loyola University Chicago). To put the size of the race in perspective, the number of finishers was about seven times the entire 2000 population of Carlisle, or about the capacity of Fenway Park."
An incorrect e-mail address was printed for those wishing to contact Sally Coulter to be included on a town Democratic e-mailing list. The correct e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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