The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, April 15, 2005



photos by Rik Pierce


THE CARLISLE STUDENT-FACULTY BASKETBALL GAME. There they are: those teachers who take the court each year to raise money for the Carlisle Teachers Association Scholarship Fund. Left to right are Stephen Bober, Gene Stamell, Bill Gale, Bill Tate and Alan Ticotsky. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)

MMMM GOOD. Little sister Corrine Herr gets her first taste of ice cream from mom Danielle when the Red Balloon Nursery School visits Kimballs on opening day. Big sister Megan enjoys her own dish with jimmies. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)

GROWING UP WITH WORDS AND WHEELS. Author Karen Larsen began her life in letters here in Carlisle in the 1980s. Larsen will speak at Gleason Library on April 21 on her book, Breaking the Limit: One Woman's Motorcycle Journey through North America. (Courtesy photo)

"MOM, WILL YOU HOLD THIS?" Tori Simon realizes drippy ice cream cones and new spring dresses are not a good mix. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)


PITCHING IN. Taylor Perkins and Riley Harring help clean up Carlisle last Saturday on Mosquito Trash Party Day. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

IT WAS A GREAT DAY FOR A TRASH PARTY. The warm, sunny weather was perfect for the annual roadside spruce-up. Volunteers pictured left to right include: CCHS students Bill Mills, Rushi Ganmukhi, Evan Carpenito, Bill Luther, Erik Oberg, event organizer Abha Singhal, Jay Luby, Ned Berube and Lynne Carpenito. In front, Nancy West stands near her children Holly and Tim, who enjoy the proceedings in comfort. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


SEND BIKES NOT BOMBS. Over 80 used bicycles were collected for distribution in impoverished areas throughout the world. Pictured left to right are: Stephen Bosco from the charity Bikes Not Bombs, and local teens Welles Mattson and Tess Guttaduaro, who organized the bike collection in Carlisle (see letter on page 19.) (Photo by Ellen Huber)

2004 The Carlisle Mosquito