The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 8, 2007



PARK PROGRESSES. Pliny Jewell IV (on left) and Peter Garrett add shrubs to the landscaping in the Center Park on Tuesday, June 12. (Photo by Rik Pierce)

UNDER THE "BRIDGE." Daisy Girl Scout Marinna Kaufman and big sister Anya pass under a banner held by Mary llen Chang (on left) and Suzie Weaver (on right) at the Carlisle Girl Scouts' Bridging Ceremony on Sunday, June 10, outside the ski barn at Great Brook Farm State Park. The event marks Girl Scouts' progression through the levels of Daisy, Browne, Junior and Cadette Girl Scouts

Photo by Betsy Fell

PLANTING POSIES. Third-grade Brownie Troop #2655 plants flowers at the Carlisle Village Court elderly housing on Church Street. (Courtesy Photo)

LACROSSE PLAYERS END THEIR SEASON. Left to right, Gregory Gatti, co-captain Eric Zuk and Peter Stone, all seniors from Carlisle, were starting players for the C-C Patriots. The team, seeded sixth in the Division 2 Eastern Mass. Lacrosse Championship, finished their season as runners-up after losing in the finals to Medfield 18-6, on June 12. (Photo by Cynthia Gatti)

ALL IN GOOD TASTE. Teachers and staff at the Carlisle School enjoy a feast at the CSA appreciation luncheon last week. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)


FURRY FASCINATED. Christopher Forsberg, 11 months, explores the feel of coyote fur at last week's Carlisle Conservation Foundation's wildlife program at Town Hall and the Conant Land. Christopher's mother, Kristin, is on the right. (Photo by Mike Quayle)


GOOD CLEAN FUN. Several of Carlisle's smallest and finest soap up the town fire truck at last week's Parents Connection's Wash a Fire Truck Day. (Photo by Mike Quayle)


2007 The Carlisle Mosquito