The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, April 22, 2005


Marching to Concord on a beautiful warm Patriots Day

Captain Scott Evans calls the troops to order. A tutu was deemed the perfect Patriots Day attire for Carly Milliken who walks with her mom Ashley.

Heading down Estabrook Road towards the woods with the Carlisle Minutemen are Alexander and Roxane Sayde.

Gardner Nash (left) and Luc Mundel stop and take a break at the end of the Estabrook Trail in Concord



A NIGHT OUT AT ST. IRENE. It was a fun-filled evening at the St. Irene Mystery Dinner Theatre on Saturday, April 2. Pictured here are The St. Irene Players from their production of "Murder Under the Big Top." Front row left to right: Barbara Harkins, Michael Symonds, Marguerite and Frank Barre. Back row: Pat Barry, Anita Kelly, Pauline Dempsey, Miki Cooney, Ren and Linda Frederick, Mary Campbell, Fr. Tom Donohoe, Cindy Reynolds, Alain Bojarski and Dick O'Shea. (Courtesy photo)

CARLISLE MINUTEMEN. Inspired by their march to Concord on Patriots Day, the Nash children drew these pictures. Gardner (age 8) who marched as a Minuteman drummer drew the fifer and drummer (right). Whitney (age 5 1/2) drew the line of Minutemen (below).

DELIGHTFUL DAFFODILS are a sure sign that Spring is finally here.
(Photo by Mike Quayle)

PROUD OF THEIR MEDALS. Third-generation Carlisle residents and Patriots Day walkers Ethan Klickstein (left) and Alden Harring show off the medals they received at the end of the long walk with the Minutemen through Estabrook Woods last Monday. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)


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