Friday, July 14, 2006
• Jamie L. Rainville of Hutchins Road graduated from Assumption College in Worcester, Mass., with a bachelor of arts degree in Psychology.
• Joseph Maxwell Winsby, formerly of Carleton Street, graduated from the University of Vermont with a bachelor of arts degree in political science. In the fall, he will attend the University of Miami Law School.
• Valerie Schmidt and Irene Schmidt of Rutland Street both received the bachelor of arts degree at Kenyon College, Ohio. Irene graduated cum laude with a double major in Anthropolgy and Psychology. Valerie graduated with a major in Psychology.
• Serena S. Goldberg of East Riding Drive was named to the Dean's List at Boston University for the spring semester.
• James J. Chapman of Prospect Street was named to the Dean's List for the spring semester at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
• Three Carlisle students earned places on the Honor Roll for the third quarter at Minuteman Regional High School. Awarded High Honors were Nicholas Ritchie of Long Ridge Road and Tyler Manoukian of Westford Street. Named to the Honor Roll was Meaghan Levey of Autumn Lane.
Private school honors and graduates
• Devon Dray (left) of Hutchins Road, a sophomore at Lawrence Academy in Groton, was awarded high honors for the spring trimester. He was also presented with the Margaret Price White Award, given to a sophomore "whose motivation, work ethic, and attitude toward all areas of school life have quietly and unassumingly earned the respect of the faculty."
• Isabel Walsh of School Street graduated from the eighth grade at Nashoba Brooks School of Concord.
• James Deignan of Forest Park Drive received academic honors at Lawrence Academy.
• On Governor Dummer Academy's High Honor Roll for the spring semester is Nicholas Foley of Russell Street. Jess Petrie of Baldwin Road was named to Honor Roll.
• Hanna J. Roberts of Nickles Lane graduated with High Honors from Phillips Exeter Academy.
• Jessica Kimbrell of Maple Street recently completed two weeks of study in Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic as part of Middlesex Community College's International Education Fellowship Program. Student fellows spent one week in Dublin attending classes at Saint Patrick's University. During the second week, they were in Belfast, Northern Ireland, at Stanmillis University College. Afternoons and evenings were spent on excursions in both regions.
• Susan Lehotsky of West Street graduated from a three-year training program at the Alexander Technique Training Center in Newton. She is now certified to teach by the American Society for the Alexander Technique.
Chinese New Year Celebration honored
The Carlisle Cultural Council announced that the 2005 Chinese New Year Celebration, initiated by dancer/choreographer Chiao Bin Huang of River Road, has been honored by the Massachusetts Cultural Council Gold Star Program for excellence in community arts and culture. Carlisle is one of six local cultural councils throughout the state to earn this honor. The 2005 program, which featured Chiao Bin Huang's ribbon dance and other examples of Chinese art and culture, was a family-oriented, community event that paid tribute to the cultural heritage of Carlisle's Chinese-American residents. In addition to the ribbon dance, Carlisle children performed a lion dance and attendees made paper lanterns. Chinese artists demonstrated Chinese brushwork and language characters.
The program was so well received that a second celebration took place in 2006.
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