The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 16, 2008


A MOTHER’S DAY SAMARITAN. On Sunday, Gayle Fitzpatrick directs traffic on Church Street to make sure a turtle crosses the street safely. (Photo by Nancy Leonard)

RELAXING on Ferns porch on Tuesday afternoon are (left to right) Kiley Harris, Alana Gushue, Meredith Clarke and Megan Driscoll. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Tucking in on Tuesday: dining in Carlisle

Left to right: Seventh-graders Chris LaLiberte, Matt Japko, Jimmy Bloomfield, Sam Schurr, Liz Learned, Meghan George and Wil Young enjoy snacks at Ferns on Early Release Day.

Left to right: Carol Foster and Gio DiNicola fill their plates with lots of healthy, tasty food at the organic pot luck supper Tuesday evening.

PATHWAYS PROGRESS. Carlisle’s new pathway system starts to take shape along Lowell Street last week. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


RAINFOREST PLAY. Kindergartners portray different rainforest wildlife in the colorful annual production at the Carlisle Public School. (Photo by Rik Pierce)


EAGER GARDENERS. Assistants (left to right) Luke Anagnostopoulos and Jane Anderson help Peter and Rebecca Yelle with their purchases at Last Saturday’s Garden Club Sale. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


A CIVICS LESSON. Lindsay Klickstein watches her dad Jamie get his ballot from poll worker Nadine Bishop, his fourth grade teacher from many years ago. ( Photo by Ellen Huber)


NEXT GENERATION WIMBLEDON CHAMP. Corinne Herr learns her strokes at the RecCom’s tennis program, which started last week. (Photo by Ellen Huber)




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