The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 9, 2008

Photos


UPCOMING CCHS SENIOR PROJECT FAIR. Alec Hutson of Carlisle works on his senior project composing jazz on the piano and guitar. See page 16 for information on the Senior Project Fair. (Courtesy photo)



HOME SCHOOLED. A goose teaches her new goslings in the pond at the Cranberry Bog on Curve Street. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)



SIGNS OF CHANGE. New signs are being installed on conservation lands as part of a CPA funded project approved at Town Meeting last year. Installing the first new sign at the Cranberry Bog are (left to right) DPW crew members Jimmy Young and Brendan Mirfield, Land Stewardship Committee member Warren Lyman and former bog manager Frank Wojtas (partially hidden.) (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)




PROPER DISPOSAL. Last Saturday was hazardous waste disposal day at the Transfer Station. Carefully assisting with proper disposal were (left to right) Adam Wheeler, Andrew Alfone and Kevin Cook. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

 

HER OWN AUTOGRAPHED COPY. Third grader Mia Royce has her copy of Ace Lacewing: Bug Detective signed by author and illustrator David Biedrzycki at the CSA book fair last Monday. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

 

SOCCER IN THE SPRING SHOWERS. Intrepid soccer players move the ball down Spalding Field and set up for an attempt on goal last Saturday as the rain poured down. Equally stalwart parents cheer them on. (Photos by Mollie McPhee Ho)

 

SOCCER IN THE SPRING SHOWERS. Intrepid soccer players move the ball down Spalding Field and set up for an attempt on goal last Saturday as the rain poured down. Equally stalwart parents cheer them on. (Photos by Mollie McPhee Ho)

 

DOUBLING THE PLEASURE. Two sets of twins are enjoying a sunny afternoon at Great Brook Farm State Park: James and Andrew Martin, who are not old enough to eat ice cream, and Charlotte and Isabella DiRocco, who are. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

 

 

 




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