Friday, April 1, 2005
Memorial Service for Dr. C. Allyn Russell
A Memorial Service for Dr. C. Allyn Russell, 84, formerly of Prospect Street will be held on Sunday, April 17 at 2 p.m. in the Duvall Chapel at New England Deaconess Association, 80 Deaconess Road, Concord. Dr. Russell died on January 25.
Gifts in his name may be made to Boston University, c/o Mr. Peter Gordy, Office of Stewardship, Boston University, One Sherborn Street, Boston, MA 02215.
Our sympathy to:
Lefke Michael of Heald Road on the death of her father, Demetris Michael, 69, of Peabody, Massachusetts on March 11.
Minuteman Regional High School second quarter honor roll
High Honors: Nicholas Ritchie of Long Ridge Road.
Honors: Deran Manoukian of Westford Street, Brendon Smith of Martin Street and Adam Weiss of Brook Street.
Lawrence Academy winter honor roll
High Honors: Xanna D'Agostino of North Road and Priyanka Singhal of Kimball Road.
Honors: Todd Baldwin of Cross Street and Emily Arnow of East Street.
• Robert Dolins of Rodgers Road earned a place on the High Honor Roll at Cushing Academy for the winter term.
Dr. Nancy Hendrie, local pediatrician formerly of Concord, Carlisle, and Emerson Hospital, will be speaking about The Sharing Foundation on Sunday, April 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. at Trinitarian Congregational Church, 54 Walden Street in Concord. Sharing Foundation projects are located in Roteang, Cambodia, where it has rebuilt a village school, established an English school for 500 children and an orphanage for abandoned and special-needs children. Hendrie, founder of The Sharing Foundation, will show slides of these and other Sharing Foundation programs and projects.
This interdenominational forum is being sponsored by the Missions and Social Concerns Committees of Trinitarian Congregational Church.
Community services coordinator appointed
The position was established in late 2004 by the Concord Town Manager's Office with a grant from the Concord-Carlisle Community Chest.
"There is a wealth of accessible resources in Concord and Carlisle available to families and individuals for basic needs such as food, healthcare and housing. My goal is to locate the right services for residents and then assist them in obtaining the help they need to live in this area," said Simone.
Examples of assistance include facilitating the paperwork for food stamps and public housing, locating physicians that accept public health insurance, and directing families to a wide variety of human service agencies for further support. Consultation is free of charge to Concord and Carlisle residents.
Simone holds a masters degree in public health. Previously she worked as the program coordinator at two urban group homes for adults with persistent mental illness and conducted research for the Institute for Community Health. Simone is located at 105 Everett Street, Concord, and can be contacted by phone at 1-978-318-3034 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Office hours are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Additions to the CCHS sports roundup
Roy Bondurant and Connor Callahan were members of the Boys Varsity Downhill Ski Team.
Victoria Prete was a member of the Varsity Wrestling Team.
An invitation to all Scouts and Carlisle residents
Boy Scout Troop 135 cordially invites all Scouts and Carlisle residents to attend an Eagle Court of Honor for Austin Reed of Russell Street. All Eagle Scouts are especially encouraged to attend. The ceremony will be held Sunday, April 10, at 4 p.m., in the Corey Building of the Carlisle Public School. A reception will be held with refreshments after the ceremony.
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