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Friday, March 2, 2007


Sarah Holmes weds Jesse Tucker

Sarah Elliott Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S. Holmes of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, was married to Jesse Worth Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tucker of Lincoln, Massachusetts, on Saturday October 14, 2006. Reverend Mr. Gary Smith of First Parish in Concord, Massachusetts performed the service. The bride is the granddaughter of Mrs. Rachel Page Elliott and the late Dr. Mark D. Elliott of River Road Farm. She is also the grandniece of the late Reverend Dr. Dana McLean Greeley, the former president of the Unitarian Universalist Association and former minister of First Parish in Concord.

The bride, 31, is vice president of Pentec, Inc., a firm founded in 1983 by Ruth Holmes that specializes in handwriting and document examination. A graduate of Cranbrook Schools and Colby College, she received her Master's Degree in Psychology from Boston University.

Her father is a retired executive, after 36 years with Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. His assignments included 11 years overseas, living in the Ivory Coast and Belgium.

The bridegroom, 49, is president of Digitech and sells Internet advertising. He is a graduate of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

His father helps design the optical package for satellites at SSG, Inc. in Wilmington, Massachusetts. He is also an artist, blacksmith and beekeeper. His mother grew up in Hastings-on-the-Hudson, New York, spending her summers at Nauset Heights, Orleans, Massachusetts. She worked in real estate for 32 years.

The couple enjoy riding horses, cycling, boating, skiing, gardening and competing in the local sprint triathlons.

Pamela Smith Holleman of Overlook Drive has been named a partner at Sullivan & Worcester LLP, a corporate law firm with offices in Boston, New York and Washington, D.C. Holleman is now a partner in the bankruptcy practice group and litigation department based in the Boston office.

Laura Baumgartner of Woodridge Road, a senior at Syracuse University majoring in political science, was named to the Dean's List for the fall semester.

Cassandra Knight of Fern Lane, a freshman at Colby College, was named to the Dean's List for the fall semester.

Jay Bearfield of East Street, owner of Liquid Landscape Designs, Carlisle, has been accepted by International Professional Pond Contractors Association as a fully certified professional pond contractor with a five star rating. To win certification, Bearfield had to document at least 12 pond installations including client feedback. He was required to prove a working knowledge of aquatic plants, fish, equipment and an understanding of pond ecosystems. Bearfield's work was on display at Ferns Country Store this past summer.

CCHS students selected for All-State Music Festival

After a rigorous audition process, the following CCHS students were selected to participate in the Massachusetts All-State Music Festival. They will be performing with other top high school musicians from around the state at Symphony Hall in Boston on March 24.

Becky Kung - flute
Sara Li - flute
Eric Johnson - clarinet
Emily Fritz-Endres - clarinet
Greg Blair - baritone saxophone

Janice Lee - violin
Joanne Chong - violin
Mei-Yee Chan - violin
CCHS students selected for Junior District

The following CCHS students were selected to participate in the Northeast Massachusetts Junior District Music Festival. Junior District is open to students in grades six to nine. They will be performing in a concert at Lowell High School on March 17.


Emily Bernard - flute
Gabrielle Chiha - clarinet
Colleen Egan - trombone
Kaytie Innamorati - trumpet
Ben Matthews - trumpet
Nitya Rajgopal - bass clarinet
Evan Scarlett - clarinet
Hannah Warner - trumpet
Boys Chorus
Ben Marsh - tenor
Girls Chorus
Marree Budris - alto
Celeste Hall - soprano
Emma Materne - soprano
Katya Melthaus - soprano

(Carlisle students in bold)

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