Friday, October 27, 2006
• Bill Trego of Malcolm Meadows on Stearns Street, formerly a resident of Princeton, New Jersey, was recently honored with the dedication of a Performing Arts Center at Princeton High School in his name as a past Director of Choral Music. Trego served as choir director at the school for 27 years, retiring in 1992. Following retirement, Trego continued to serve as freshman choir director at Princeton University until he and his wife Patricia moved to Carlisle in 1999 to be closer to their daughter and son-in-law, Kim and Bruce Sachs of Wildwood Drive.
Carol Treibick of East Street, who grew up in Princeton and sang in the Princeton High School Choir before Mr. Trego's appointment, recalls hearing about a trip the choir took to the International Youth Festival in Berlin, the year after the Berlin Wall came down. As for the new Performing Arts Center, Treibick added, "It's a spectacular facility to be attached to a high school."
• Sarah Darling of West Street will be the featured violist with the Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra in their concert on November 5 at 3 p.m. at the First Parish Unitarian-Universalist Church in Arlington.
• Boy Scout Troop 135 of Carlisle has two new Eagle Scouts to add to its ranks. On October 12 David Tobin of Partridge Lane and Peter Stone of Skelton Road both passed their Eagle Board of Review, the last requirement for obtaining the highest honor in Boy Scouting. David is the son of Steve Tobin and Nancy Hartle, Peter is the son of Bob and Lorraine Stone. Stone is the fourth Eagle Scout in his family, joining his father and two brothers.
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