|Recipients of the Debbie Wright Scholarship from the Carlisle Garden Club are (left) Alice Tattersall, who is planning to attend University of Washington in Seattle,and Julia Lyons (right), who will attend Boston College. Club president Judy Blaikie-Lane (center) presents the checks. (Photo by Lois d’Annunzio)
The Concord Carlisle Scholarship Fund Trustees are pleased to announce that the following Carlisle students have been awarded scholarships for the 2008-2009 academic year.
The Carlisle Garden Club Debbie Wright Scholarship: Julia Lyons and Alice Tattersall
The Concord Carlisle Scholarship Fund: Marie Benkley, Michael Hutson, Kenneth Hwu, Lauren Kirkness, Joseph Lesses, Nick Lunig, Matthew Phillippo, Alison Probolus, Nicholas Probolus, Kimberly Rochette, and Evan Tierney
The Mary Connorton Bequest*: Joanna Orlando
The Charles Evans Scholarship*: David Grean
The John B. Finigan Memorial Scholarship*: Erin Hassey
The Essie Golden Scholarship*: Jacob Faucher
The Anna M Holland Fund #1**: Stella Chen and Julia Lyons
The Casper C. Jenney & Eleanor M. Jenney Memorial Scholarship *: Philip Dumka
The Elizabeth A. Mattison Memorial Scholarship*: Patrick Fantasia and Erin Hassey
The Dr. Barbara Schips Miller Scholarship*: Patrick Fantasia
The Thomas R. Huckins Memorial-Rotary Club of Concord Scholarship: Alice Tattersall
The Charles K. Yeremian Scholarship*: Alec Hutson
Editor’s note: students listed in italics are currently in college.
• Scholarships marked with one asterisk are managed by the Concord Carlisle Scholalarship Fund.
• Scholarships marked with two asterisks are managed by the Trustees of Town Donations of the Town of Concord.
• All other scholarships are managed by the named affiliate organization.
More CCHS graduates
Carlisle seniors inadvertently omitted from the list of CCHS graduates in last week’s Mosquito are:
• Parker Schweer of School Street, owner of “Parker’s Pet Care,” will attend Wake Forest University in the fall. Parker was awarded one of 18 Wake Forest Presidential Scholarships for Distinguished Achievement. After an application process, he was selected to compete on campus with other finalists this spring. The scholarships are awarded across nine talent-based disciplines. Parker received one of two awarded in music.
To his many loyal customer’s “Parker’s Pet Care” will close August 15, but will re-open for Thanksgiving holidays, Christmas (12/8/08 through 1/4/09) and summers.
• Philip Divino of Westford Street will attend the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
• Andrea Fine of Brook Street will attend Saint Anselm College.
• Alison Mayer of River Road is undecided.
• Jeffrey Pedersen of Russell Street will attend Champlain College.
• Madeleine Traynor, formerly of Rutland Street, will attend Gettysburg College.
• Zachary Vennard, formerly of Carlisle, graduated on June 5 from Lincoln-Sudbury High School. Zac is the son of Jill Hatfield of Sudbury and Dave Vennard of Lowell and the grandson of John and Judie Post, former long-time residents of Rutland Street. Zac will attend Carnegie Mellon University in the fall.
• Clark Bakewell of Rutland Street, Peter Carroll of Lowell Street and Alexander Vuckovic of Rutland Street graduated from Middlesex School in Concord on June 1. Bakewell will attend Georgetown University; Carroll, the University of Denver and Vuckovic, George Washington University in the fall.
• Carol-Ann Wallhagen of Timothy Lane, finished her junior year at Roger Williams University and was named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2008 semester. She also received the Thomas E. Fitzgerald Scholarship award for the 2008-09 academic year for her artwork, which received first place in a campus art competition.
• Andy O’Laughlin of Maple Street has finished his freshman year at Tufts University, being named to the Dean’s List both semesters.
|RIVER FEST 2008 KICKOFF. On Friday night at the Buttrick Mansion gardens in Concord, at a celebration of local rivers, Tom and D’Ann Brownrigg received their River Steward Award. They were nominated by the Carlisle ConsCom for their diverse activities in conservation education and wildlife artwork. David Freedman, also of Carlisle, won the blue ribbon in the “People on Rivers” category with his “Jumping Boy Reflection,” a photo taken in the wetlands of Concord River. (Photo by Godfrey C. Sluder)
Carlisle residents ride in Pan-Mass challenge
On August 2 and 3, eleven residents from Carlisle will ride in the 29th annual Pan-Massachusetts Challenge (PMC), the nation’s pioneer charity bike-a-thon that raises more money than any other athletic fundraising event in the country. They will be among the more than 5,500 cyclists who will ride with the collective goal of raising $34 million for lifesaving cancer research and treatment for adult and pediatric cancer patients at Dana Farber Cancer Institute through its Jimmy Fund.
Riders from Carlisle are Andrew Barlow, Chip Bevier, Mark Cragan, James Godbout, Heidi Harring, Vaughn Harring, Stephen Hauser, Joseph Kidder, John Rizzi, Mark Robart and Mary Russell.
Contact the riders to make a donation to the cause.