The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, April 11, 2008


A VISIT TO THE POLICE STATION. Peter Blunt, Clark Bernardin, Zeke Golnick, Thomas Lucelli, Timothy Yelle, Will Gonzales and Joseph Poirier of Cub Scout Pack 135 visited the Carlisle Police Station to learn about law enforcement. Officer Ron Holsinger escorted the boys through the station. (Courtesy photo)

ST. IRENE MURDER MYSTERY DINNER BRINGS IN A FULL HOUSE. Pastor Rev. Thomas Donohoe (center) celebrates his 81st birthday with the cast of “Death Takes a Roman Holiday” on Saturday night, April 5. (Courtesy photo)

LEFTOVER LEAVES. Now that the snow is gone, Madeline Ling takes a rake to her yard before the grass and flowers sprout in earnest. (Photo by Mike Quayle)

SUNNY DAYS. Eighth graders Bella Bjork (left) and Rachael O’Keefe enjoy a warm spring early-release day on the library lawn Tuesday. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

TRASH CENTRAL. Coordinators Lisa Chaffin (left) and Lynne Carpenito (center) supply volunteers John Troast, Jack Troast, Diana Kolstad and Laura Kolstad with coffee, donuts and trash bags for Saturday’s Mosquito Trash Party. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)


RED SOX NATION AT CARLISLE SCHOOL. Many Carlisle School staff members celebrated the Red Sox home opener on April 8 by wearing their team apparel. (Photo by Claire Wilcox)


SCREAM, YOU SCREAM, we all scream for ice cream. The Kimball Farm Ice Cream stand is open for the season. Chris Friot of Groton, great grandson of John Kimball, who started the business in 1939, scoops up some of the first delights of the season. (Photo by Molly McPhee Ho)


SAYING IT WITH FLOWERS. Crocuses blooming in the front lawn of The First Religious Society help celebrate its 250th year. (Photo by Molly McPhee Ho)


2008 The Carlisle Mosquito