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Friday, November 25, 2005

Turkey with Lots of Trimmings

TURKEY WITH LOTS OF TRIMMINGS. Juniors at the Concord-Carlisle High School hosted the annual Thanksgiving Dinner for Senior Citizens on Saturday, November 19. Pictured left to right are Nick Lunig, COA Outreach Coordinator Susan Evans, student server Lacey Herchek, Gordon Hardy and Bud Davis (with back to camera.) (Photo by Mike Quayle)

"We are hashing out models" for next year's sixth- and seventh-grade teams, said Carlisle School Principal Stephen Goodwin at the November 16 School Committee meeting. ...more

After gathering information this fall about the condition and use of buildings on the Carlisle School campus, the architects gave their first report to the School Building Committee last week. ...more

Name: The cranberry is Vaccinium macrocarpon. It is a native plant in the same genus as blueberries — Vaccinium angustifolium is the lowbush blueberry. Macro means large and carpon means fruit so the cranberry is a Vaccinium with large fruit. I assume they were thinking of size relative to other members of the ...more

At Monday night's meeting, the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) decided to engage Beals and Thomas as their peer engineering review team who will assist them in reviewing the Coventry Woods 40B application and make recommendations on the proposed development. Abutters and their attorney, Ken Kimmel, Carlisle's Assistant Building Inspector, John Minty, and the ...more

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