Friday, November 11, 2005
Peyton Jane Balazy
Robert and Alyson Balazy of Prospect Street joyously announce the birth of their daughter, Peyton Jane. Peyton was born on October 4 at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Elated grandparents are Jean Balazy of Farmington, Connecticut, Jane Becker of Andover, Vermont, and Lawrence and Judy Becker of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Carly Saylor to wed Chris Cox
Mike and Alison Saylor of Maple Street are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter Carly to Chris Cox of Belchertown, Massachusetts.
Carly, a 2001 graduate of CCHS, holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is currently working for a pharmaceutical company in Cambridge.
Chris, a 1999 graduate of Belchertown High School, holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Western New England College. He is currently working for the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Associates in Boston.
A June 24, 2006 wedding is planned in Carlisle.
• Tim Galligan of South Street, a CCHS senior who is working towards an Eagle Scout badge, was out on the Banta-Davis Field on Saturday, building two benches, installing a memorial plaque to Rory Bentley, a sixth-grade student who died running in 1984, and four more pieces of exercise equipment at the Par Course.
• Molly Crowther of Bedford Road has received a full-tuition scholarship to the new innovative Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering (www.olin.edu) in Needham, Massachusetts. With a full-tuition scholarship valued at more than $130,000, Crowther joined 76 other students from around the country this fall to form the fourth freshman class at the highly selective college. Olin College is a new undergraduate engineering college offering an innovative curriculum that aims to produce technological leaders. Supported through a grant of approximately $460 million from the F. W. Olin Foundation, the college offers full-tuition
• Tom Schultz and his wife Shelley Reeves of Carleton Road danced in the International Latin Divisions of the Commonwealth Classic Competition held in Lowell on November 5 and 6. They took first places in Rhumba, Cha Cha, Samba, Jive and Paso Doble. They are students of Mark Nocera of Studio 665 in Woburn.
• Two Carlisle students attending Middlesex School in Concord, Meredith Davis of Prospect Street and Erica Rogoff of Rodgers Road, were recently inducted into the Tri-M International Honor Society as "master musicians" in recognition of their musical ability, academic excellence, school involvement and community service. Davis is a senior and high honors student who was also commended in the 2006 National Merit Program. Also excelling in music as an accomplished performer is senior Rogoff.
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