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Friday, January 12, 2007



CCHS SENIOR DISTRICT MUSICIANS. Gathered before boarding the bus for rehearsal are (front row, left to right) Arielle Spivey, John Eldridge, Emily Fritz-Endres and Joanne Chong; (middle row) Nora Evett, Janice Lee, Mei-Yee Chan, Sara Li, Hillary Robbins, Shivani Bhatia, Whitney Tang and Emily Yu; (back row) Nathan Hsieh, Gregory Blair, Campbell Payne, Zachary Lou, Eric Johnson, Becky Kung and Jacob Addelson. These nineteen Concord-Carlisle High School students auditioned and were accepted into the Massachusetts Music Educators Association Northeast Senior District ensembles ­ Chorus, Orchestra, Band and Jazz Band ­ and participated in the concerts on January 6. (Carlisle students in bold.) (Courtesy photo)

TENNIS ANYONE? Anthony Perugini returns the ball to his father as he enjoys a game of tennis on a summer-like January day last weekend. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)


BEST FOOT FORWARD. Dr. Ayleen Gregorian, DPM, provides relief to weary feet at the COA's first podiatry clinic held January 9. Gregorian is from North Bridge Podiatry, which has offices in Concord, Westford and Ayer. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)


CAROLS ON THE COMMON. Carlisleans (left to right) Jim Darling, Hans and Mary Lynn Bohn, Nick Darling and Max Bohn make music for everyone on Christmas Eve. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


VIRTUAL SNOW SPORTS. Without quite enough snow for snowboards, Charlie Fitzpatrick (left) and Roger Wieand of Concord practice their moves on skateboards in the snowstorm of December 30. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)


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