The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, July 20, 2007

ANOTHER CARLISLE TEAM COMPETES IN FUNDRAISER. Carlisle firefighters who formed a team to compete in the Community Chest fundraiser race are (left to right) Tom Bishop, John Bakewell, Kevin Brown, Matthew Svatek, Doug Stevenson and JJ Supple. (Courtesy photo)

Valerie Maser-Flanagan of Baldwin Road has been chosen to exhibit her quilts, "Indian Summer" and "Indigo Motion," at Images 2007, a judged and juried show of nearly 200 quilts, at the 2007 Lowell Quilt Festival from August 2 to 5 in Lowell. The Festival, a four-day multi-venue event featuring exhibitions, classes, workshops, lectures, auctions, appraisals, vendors and a variety of special receptions, pays homage to the ever-growing interest in quilt-making, and finds its way into nearly every city block of historic downtown Lowell, the birthplace of the modern textile industry in America.

Meaghan Kilian of Westford Street, a sociology major at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, received the Sociology Prize for achievement at the advanced undergraduate level.

James Chapman of Prospect Street, a junior majoring in computer science and mathematics, was named to the spring Dean's List at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

William Scarlett of Partridge Lane, a sophomore history major, was named to the Dean's List for the spring semester at The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio.

Corinne Saul of Baldwin Road, a sophomore at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, double majoring in studio art and education, has been named to the Dean's List for the spring semester.

Jessie Springer Svatek of Sunset Road recently graduated from the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in Grafton, Massachusetts. Jessie is a member of Phi Zeta National Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine and is currently an associate at Essex Equine Practice in Bolton.

James Hart of West Street received a bachelor of science degree from the School of Engineering at Vanderbilt University.

• The Pan-Massachusetts Challenge (PMC) on August 4 and 5 is a 190-mile-bike-a-thon for cancer research and treatment for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through its Jimmy Fund. Two volunteers from Carlisle who will be volunteering in the bike-a-thon are Elizabeth Ahern and Andrew Barlow of South Street. To become a volunteer, a virtual rider, or to make a financial contribution to the PMC through a rider or volunteer from your town, visit or call (800) WE-CYCLE. Checks can be made payable to PMC, 77 Fourth Ave., Needham, MA 02494.

• The Fenn School in Concord announces Carlisle students on its Honor Roll for the third term:

Academic High Honors — Alexander Moskowitz and Oliver Stephenson

Academic Honors with Sua Sponte High Honors — Joseph Colman and Stephen Lerner

Academic Honors — Edward Cao, Matthew Carroll, William Golonka, Jake Oh and Christian Wesselhoeft

Sua Sponte High Honors — Alaric Krapf, Hunter Moskowitz and Miles Petrie

Sua Sponte Honors — Griffin Bishop and Matthew Boudreau

[Sua Sponte means "on one's own responsibility."]

• Honor Roll recipients for the fourth quarter at St. Sebastian's School in Needham are senior Patrick Brennan of Bedford Road and sophomore Tyler Smith of Hartwell Road.

• Carlisle Students who earned academic honors at Lawrence Academy for the spring trimester include the following: High Honors — Priyanka Singhal, Michael Hernandez and Danielle Pedra; Honors — Katherine Boudreau.

• Four residents received degrees from Boston University: Serena Goldberg of Indian Hill Road received a bachelor of arts degree in sociology; Eugene O'Donnell of Canterbury Court a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering; Jennifer Connors of Ember Lane an Ed. M. degree in counseling and Bradley Hope a master's degree in medical science.

• Students from Carlisle named to the Dean's List for the spring term at the University of Massachusetts Lowell are Darragh Murphy of Bedford Road and Lisa Swallow of Russell Street.

Matthew G. Smith of Elizabeth Ridge Road has been named to the Dean's List, at UMass Dartmouth. He is majoring in business administration.

• Concord-Carlisle 2003 graduate, Greg Roberts of North Road recently received several accolades following his final year of eligibility playing lacrosse at the University of South Carolina. The Daily Gamecock, the school newspaper, will be running a season recap of the 2007 men's lacrosse team, highlighting some of Roberts'accomplishments, which include being voted captain for the second consecutive year, named to 2007 All-Conference team, led conference (Southeastern Lacrosse Conference-SELC) in points-per-game and assists-per-game, set team record for points in a season — 67 (31 goals, 36 assists) and finished 2007 ranked 11th, nationally, in scoring (5.58 points/game).

2007 The Carlisle Mosquito