The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 3, 2005


Memorial Day in Carlisle
Monday, May 30, 2005

On a bright sunny morning, the town turned out to honor Carlisle's war veterans. We listened to moving speeches, patriotic music and the reading of names of those who served in America's Armed Forces.

Crowds gather in the town center to honor the Carlisle veterans who served their country. Firemen stand at attention as the Minutemen fire off a salute. (Photo by Susan Goodall)

Carlisle School band director Tom O'Halloran, dressed in patriotic attire, leads the band in its final number, the National Anthem. (Photo Susan Goodall)

Boy Scout Evan Carpenito is about to lead the parade out of the school parking lot and down to Green Cemetery. (Photo Susan Goodall)

Charles Fitzpatrick plays the echo to Taps as the parade heads towards the center of town. (Photo by Susan Goodall)

photo by Marty Friedman

photo by Marty Friedman

photo by Marty Friedman

WILLIAMS IS A WINNER. John Williams, a candidate for selectman, stands outside the polls on Tuesday with supporter Louise Hara. Williams won with 425 votes. (Photo by Susan Goodall)


A BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR RAY. Ginny Mills congratulates Raymond Dutton, formerly of Carlisle, on his 100th birthday. Dutton's four children hosted the celebration at the Congregational Church on May 28. Dutton's oral history interview appeared in the Mosquito on October 22, 2004. (Photo by Susan Goodall)

A DIFFERENT KIND OF SENIOR MOMENT. Getting ready for the Concord-Carlisle Senior Prom on Tuesday are (left to right) Marlow Duffy, (seated) Chrissy Lyons, Amy Chateauneuf, and Parissa Khayami. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


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