Friday, September 2, 2005
Thomas David Newton
Christine and David Thomas of Page Brook Road are proud to be grandparents to Thomas David Newton, born on May 19, 2005 in Warrington, England to Victoria (Thomas) and Matthew Newton. He weighed 7lb 15oz.Big brother Christopher welcomed Thomas home. Christine visited Warrington in June and David will meet the new arrival in September. The Newton family will all be in Carlisle to celebrate Thomas' first Christmas and for Thomas to meet Aunty Lizzy and Uncle Chris.
Joshua Aiden Bearfield
Meghan Sanborn and Jay Bearfield of Tewksbury are pleased to announce the birth of their son Joshua Aiden, born August 19, at the Winchester Hospital. Grandparents are Robin Emerson and Larry Bearfield of North Road and Ferns.
Allison L. Micarelli weds Mark C. Sokoloff
Robert and Janice Micarelli of Maple Street are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Allison Leigh to Mark C. Sokoloff, son of Gary and Judith Sokoloff of Eastchester, New York. The wedding took place among family and friends at a lovely garden ceremony on July 9 in Brooklyn, New York.
The bride's sisters, Jennifer Webb and Lindsay Micarelli, and the groom's sister, Erika Schrader, were participants.
The couple honeymooned on Virgin Gorda Island in the British Virgin Islands.
Angela Reddin weds Cedric Mollet
Angela Terra Reddin and Cedric Martial Mollet were married on July 23, 2005 in Westford. The bride, daughter of Roy Reddin and Theresa Reddin, of Redding, California, is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz and holds a master's of science in library and information sciences and master's of arts in history from Simmons College, Boston. She is currently the director of the Gleason Public Library in Carlisle. The groom, the son of Francis Mollet of Paris, France, and Danielle Mollet of Riverside, Conn., is a graduate of Green Farms Academy, Conn. and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is a software consultant focused on international web applications. The couple honeymooned in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, and reside in Westford.
Lauri E. Mazzeo
Lauri E. (Dolan) Mazzeo, age 43, of Acton, died Wednesday, August 17 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She was the wife of Ronald F. Mazzeo.
Born in Concord on August 28, 1961, she grew up in Carlisle and was the daughter of Pauline (Roberts) Dolan, formerly of East Street, and the late Francis H. Dolan, Jr.
Contributions in her memory may be made to The Healing Garden, 145 Bolton Road, P. O. Box 145, Harvard, MA 01451-0145.
Arrangements were under the care of the Dee Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Concord center.
• Adam Deyoe of River Road graduated cum laude, receiving a BFA degree from Emerson College in May.
Deyoe has been involved in the writing, directing, production and editing of more than a dozen films, many of which were shot in Carlisle and Concord. "How It All Works," filmed in Carlisle at the Faucher barn, was nominated in six categories for the "Emerson EVEY Awards" and won awards in four. Deyoe currently resides in Los Angeles where he is pursuing a career in the Independent Film Industry.
• Heidi Harring of West Street was among 26 Pan-Massachusetts
Challenge (PMC) cyclists who rode onto the field at Fenway Park on
Saturday, July 30, as part of PMC Night at Fenway Park. Harring and
the other cyclists, who are also cancer survivors, lined the warning
track on their bikes during a pre-game ceremony in which the World
Champion Boston Red Sox recognized the PMC for its 26 years of fundraising
for cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through its Jimmy
Fund, and unveiled the PMC logo on the Green Monster. The cycling
cancer survivors received a standing ovation from the 35,000 Red Sox
fans in the stands.
Come meet the artist. Get an early viewing of Imadiel Ariel's work in the next Art at the Gleason show. It opens Friday, September 7. The library will have a reception featuring the artist and open to the public on Saturday, September 10, 2 to 4 p.m. The artist will be on hand to answer questions about her pieces.
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