The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 24, 2004


Don't worry, his bark is worse than his bite. (Photo by Dian Cuccinello)

CAMPAIGNING IN CARLISLE. Katie Hales joins her mother Lisa in meeting candidate Doug Stevenson at Ferns last Sunday morning. Doug's campaign chair Adam Waitkunas and workers Madeleine Prendergast and Donna Barach look on. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


ONCE UPON A TIME... Gleason Library children's librarian Marty Seneta reads to a rapt audience of (from left to right) Mimi Jones, Aidan Klein and Isabella Eckler at storytime. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


NEW RECRUITS. John Troast (who had worn his fireman's uniform all week,) his mother Regina and Megan Bernardin watch the ladder extend at the Fire Department Open House last Saturday. (Photo by Ellen Huber)



All around town on a glorious fall weekend

The sheep have finished their work at Spencer Brook Reservation leaving a beautiful fall vista. (Photo by Susan Goodall)

Kerrie Piette gets help with her plant purchase from George Bishop (plant propagator) at the FRS Harvest Fair. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Reily and his mom Aly Scott get instructions on coping with smoke in the safe house demonstration at the Fire Department Open House on Saturday.

(Photo by Ellen Huber)

(Photo by Dian Cuccinello)

Marlow Duffy corrals the cranberries into the bog boom and sends them up the conveyor to be washed at the top and then trucked off to the Pappas Bros. in Carver.


Eleanor Chanda (l) and Lois Adams admire a display of homemade items at the First Religious Society's Harvest Fair. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


Pumpkins dress up South Street for a spectacular fall weekend. (Photo by Susan Goodall)


Ruby Farber is at the wheel at the Carlisle Fire Department Open House on Saturday.(Photo by Ellen Huber)


At the cranberry bog on Sunday, Catherine and Bill Luther stop to buy cranberries and honey. (Photo by Ellen Huber)








2004 The Carlisle Mosquito