The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, February 3, 2006

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Members of the Mosquito staff attend the New England Press Association's Annual Meetings in Boston this past Friday and Saturday. At Friday's noon luncheon, the group enjoyed a delicious meal while listening to the featured speaker, Howard Dean, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Shown (left to right) are Deborah Kablotsky, Ginny Lamere and Cecile Sandwen. (Photo by Betsy Fell)

 

Howard Dean (Photo by Betsy Fell)

 

 

Carlisle Middle School students are Silver Key winners at the Boston Globe Scholastic Art awards. Jessica Li (left) submitted a multi-media sculpture made out of clay, feathers and cardboard. Raquel deAlderete's work was a linoleum block print of a poodle printed in black. (Photo by Courtney Hadley)

 

SERENE SCENE. Recent snow covers the town. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

 

WELL-CHILLED. What could be better for an Icelandic horse than to be covered by a blanket of snow while eating some good hay? (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

 

MAKING IT LOOK EASY. Amanda Cadell and Francis D'Ambrosio rehearse for the CCHS production of Barnum, opening March 3. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

 

HIGH FLYER. Concord sophomore Lydia Brosnahan practices for the Concord-Carlisle High School performance of Barnum. Brosnahan is a professional circus performer with Circus Smirkus. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

 

SURELY YOU JEST. Bo Graham, left and Cam Reid as the Minstrel and the Jester, rehearse for the seventh grade play. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)

 

FRIENDLY FARE. Friends of the Gleason Public Library and their friends enjoy a gourmet potluck dinner at the home of Terry and Steve Golson. Seated around the table (clockwise from left) are Arthur Veves, Terry McElligott, John Patterson, Tom McElligott, Mandy Fitzgerald, Frank Finizio and Deborah Stein. Murray Edelberg is standing to the right. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

 

TROUBADOURS. Adam Koski (left) and Ben Parra rehearse for the seventh-grade play, Once Upon a Mattress Jr. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)

 

In the buffet line at the FOGPL potluck dinner are (left to right) Amy Smack, Teresa Kvietkauskas, Ken Smack, Barbara Boardman, Priscilla Stevens, Jane Williams and Bert Williams.

 

Artist-in-residence guides school choruses

The Carlisle Public School Music Department hosted Dr. Sandra Doneski (above, conducting a student chorus) as Choral Artist-in-Residence from February 7 to 9. Doneski is a professor of Music Education and Music Theory at Gordon College, and is the director of the Gordon College Children's Choir, as well as Music Mania, a music education outreach program for grades K to 12.

During her residency at the Carlisle School, Doneski worked with all five Carlisle School choirs and the fourth- and fifth-grade general music classes. Through a variety of movement and singing activities, Doneski taught choral techniques to students preparing for their first Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors' Association festival in April. The highlight of her residency was an in-school concert on February 9 that featured all fourth- and fifth-grade students and the Middle School Choir. The Carlisle Public School Music Department thanks the community for their support of the Middle School Choir citrus sale, which made this artist-in-residency program possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2006 The Carlisle Mosquito