The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 4, 2005


Some of us stayed at home

While many Carlisle families headed North and South during the school winter break last week, there were those in our community who stayed in town.

Students at CCHS who were involved with the upcoming musical West Side Story arrived at school every day for rehearsals at nine and often did not return home until after five. Not only were students at the school, but a contingent of parents signed up for "Feed the Kids," and provided home-made meals — breakfast, lunch and dinner — to those who were rehearsing.

Other families opened their homes to visiting French students from the Versailles area of France. This involved trips to historic sites in Concord and visits to Cambridge and Boston.

There was even enough time, between storms for a pick-up game of hockey at Kimballs.


French exchange student Guillaume Duquennoy plays a game of Set with CCHS junior Laura Scholten. (Photo by Betsy Fell)


Carlisle members of the cast pose for a photo before heading back stage. Front row left to right: Eric Stengrevics, Brooke Chateauneuf, Lisa Yanofsky, Carrie Abend. Back row: Jeff Pan, Will Lamb, Max Lewin, Jenny Zuk, Katie DeGuglielmo, Alex Brewer, Olivia Vienneau. (Photo by Mike Quayle)


Some of the Carlisle kids in the pit orchestra for West Side Story gather together at lunch time. Seated left to right: Emily Yu, Kathleen Walsh, Keith Lewis, Eric Johnson. Standing left to right: Christine Shaver, Adam Schad, Molly Crowther, Michael Johnson, Lauren Lamere, and Elizabeth Cheever. (Photo by Mike Quayle)


One of the volunteer moms serves hotdogs to Will Scarlett who plays bass in the CCHS pit orchestra. (Photo by Mike Quayle)


Christian (left) and Adrian DiRumauldo enjoy a game of hockey. (Photo by Mike Quayle)


A BRIDGE TO THE PAST. Concord's Old North Bridge is a peaceful spot during February school vacation. (Photo by Betsy Fell)


2005 The Carlisle Mosquito