The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, December 14, 2007

FOURTH-GRADE JUNIOR GIRL SCOUT TROOP 2655 prepares its advertisements for the Girl Scout cookie sale on Saturday, December 15, at the Post Office from 9 a.m. until noon. Scouts (left to right) are: Nicki Barth, Lucy Hill, Lee Nerenberg, Fallyn Kirlin (visitor and sister of Gillian Kirlin), Nicole Albanese, Katie Travisano, Gillian Kirlin, Katrina Judicke. Hidden up front are Lindsey Stutz and Michelle St. Francis. (Courtesy photo)

HEADING TO THE FINALS. Brothers Jacob (left) and Jonathan Juneau, Central State Champs, are heading to the finals of the American Youth Football League in Florida. Their sister Therese (right) is a Pee-Wee cheerleader. (Courtesy photo)
Fenn School Honor Roll

The Fenn School of Concord announces the Carlisle students on the Honor Roll for the first term.

Academic High Honors and Sua Sponte High Honors
William Golonka
Miles Petrie

Academic High Honors
Stephen Lerner
Alexander Moskowitz
Christian Wesselhoeft

Academic Honors and Sua Sponte Honors
Hunter Moskowitz

Academic Honors
Edward Cao
Matthew Carroll
Joseph Colman
Jake Oh

Sua Sponte High Honors
Griffin Bishop
Alaric Krapf

Sua Sponte Honors
Matthew Boudreau

• Fenn School eighth grader Sven Lerner of Brook Street won the annual Hector J. Hughes Extemporaneous Speaking Contest, held recently at Fenn. Lerner, along with 15 other contestants, was assigned a topic moments before he took the stage at Robb Hall on the Fenn campus. He delivered a five-minute oration on the randomly assigned topic with only a momentary preparation period.


After speaking with Carlisle School Buildings and Grounds Supervisor Dave Flannery about an emergency generator to power essential functions in the school's Corey Building, Board of Health member Bill Risso says that a 20kW generator would be more useful than a 15kW model. Nonetheless, he expects the total cost for equipment and installation would still be less than $20,000, as reported in the December 7 Mosquito editorial. Neither model would power the elevator, however, and disabled people seeking emergency shelter during power outages would need to go outside to be transported between the building's first and second floors.

EVERYONE READS THE MOSQUITO! Leah Koerner, daughter of Leslie Paolucci and Scott Koerner, and granddaughter of Carlisleans Nancy and Bill Koerner of South Street, takes her turn at the newspaper. (Courtesy photo)

Board of Health member Bill Risso presented details of the Septic Management loan program at the November 27 Selectmen's meeting, not Michael Holland, as written. The Mosquito regrets the error.

2007 The Carlisle Mosquito