The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, December 22, 2006


The Mosquito's new home takes shape on Bedford Road

The former garage at 622 Bedford Road is being converted into the Mosquito's new offices. Bryan and Molly Sorrows, the new owners of the property, and several volunteers have been hard at work transforming an auto repair shop into 21st-century offices outfitted with banks of computers, layout tables and a kitchen area.

The renovations are being funded by contributions from the Carlisle community. The fund drive has reached the half-way mark in its endeavor, and more contributions are always welcome. See the advertisement below for details.

In an early stage of renovation, the double garage doors come off. (Photo by Susan Emmons)

With new windows and a new front wall, an office takes shape. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Owner Bryan Sorrows sorts out some challenging wiring. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Mosquito reporter Bob Zielinski looks like a pro as he installs siding. (Photo by Susan Emmons)

After the interior was gutted, studs begin to define new office space. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Bryan and Molly Sorrows take advantage of a warm fall day to work on the building. (Photo by Susan Emmons)



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