The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 27, 2006

Photos

 

SEEING RED. The cranberry harvest is underway on Tuesday, October 24. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

 

CARLISLE GIRL SCOUTS EARN BRONZE AWARD. Carlisle Girl Scout Troops 2644 and 2645 were recently granted their Bronze Awards by the Girl Scouts Patriots' Trail Council. Recipients of the award are (left to right) Ailin Thomas, Michaella Coughlin, Teresa Ventura, Rachel O'Keefe, Lauren Tierney, Hannah Merry, Lauren Herbst, Amelia Cox and Emma Frodigh. Missing from photo is Talia Simon. (Photo by Henry Cox)

 

TWO CHEERS FOR CARLISLE. Carlisle sixth-graders Elisabeth Learned (left) and Shannon Driscoll, both of Wilkins Lane, celebrate a first- place victory at the Central Mass. Cheer Competition.

 

WINNERS. Carlisle senior CCHS field hockey players (left to right) co-captain Marissa Fabrizio, Eliza Jacobellis, co-captain Tess Guttadauro and Hope Macleod celebrate after their last regular season home game. The team heads into the post-season next week after qualifying for the North Sectional State Tournament. (Photo by Linda Fabrizio)

 

A PARTY FOR CENTER PARK . A Parkfest was held last Saturday to inaugurate Center Park on Lowell Street. Placing the sign that makes the park official are, left to right, Susan Pebble, Police Chief John Sullivan, Sabrina Perry and Selectman Doug Stevenson. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

 

A BIRDSEYE VIEW. This great blue heron watches the cranberry harvest from one of the floating booms on Tuesday. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

 

I DON'T CARE! NO CARD -- NO VIDEO! . Library staff member Sukie Reed admires the decorated pumpkin at the circulation desk at Gleason Public Library. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

 

PARTY PALS. Gabrielle Luiselli and Lily Jewell rock out at Friday Night Live. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

 

(Map prepared by Jane Hamilton)

 

AVAST, MATEY! Cast members from The Fenn School's Middle School production of Treasure Island get into character during a rehearsal. Knight Colman of Carlisle, seated on trunk, stars as Jim Hawkins. Performances are Friday, November 3, at 8 p.m. and Saturday, November 4, at 2 p.m.; general admission tickets are $5 at the Main Office or at the door. (Courtesy photo)

 

DANSE MACABRE. No, this is not a picture of a long Town Meeting. This festive holiday display can be seen at the corner of Church and School Streets. Happy Halloween! (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

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