The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, August 12, 2005


SATURDAY MORNING MEANS FARMERS MARKET IN CARLISLE. Deena Seaperotta and David Kulek stop by Ed Humm's stand for fresh produce just harvested from his garden plot at Foss Farm. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)


DIVIDED IT STANDS (FOR NOW) This split-trunk pine tree was struck by lightning on Wednesday, July 27. The tree is located on the east side of Concord Street, next to the photographer's mailbox. (photo by Bill Cooney)


LOOKS LIKE A DINOSAUR EGG. Workers maneuver a massive stone while excavating a trench for the wastewater treatment plant on Spalding Field. (Courtesy photo)


GLEASON LIBRARY'S SUMMER CONCERT. Gene Stamell's interactive concert involves plenty of singing and laughing. (Photo by Rik Pierce)



maze by Marjorie Johnson

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Summer fun for Carlisle youth

During this hot summer weather arts and crafts is a place to get out of the sun. Here Catherine Gladstone (left), Morgan Pierce and Erika Hedden are creating collages. (Photo by Susan Goodall)

Each weekday morning, potter Karin Lemmermann teaches summer fun students. This morning she helps Abby Wilcox shape a piece while Kayla Randazzo and Alison Yousefi work on their projects. (Photo by Susan Goodall)


Tom Moore swings his golf club at the driving range in Westford. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

Alison Yousefi (left), Sofia Manganella and Tora Coursey take part in a cooking class, combining a cheese mixture to fill pasta shells. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

Students can't wait til swim time on these hot summer days. Taking a lesson at the Hughes pool on Acton Street are (left to right) Henry Hedden, Namita Chandra and Josie Kolstad. (Photo by Susan Goodall)



2004 The Carlisle Mosquito