The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 27, 2008


LAST DAY ON THE JOB. Today is postal worker Donna Cantrill’s last day to deliver mail to residents on Route 1 here in town. The last postal worker living in Carlisle, after 28 years at the post office, Cantrill says it is time to retire. This very thoughtful carrier, who is respected by her customers and fellow workers, will be sorely missed. (Photo by Dave Ives)

ALL FOR CHARITY. On June 7 the Hip Replacements perform at the Nielsen barn on Estabrook Road, an event purchased at the Carlisle Education Foundation fundraising auction. (Courtesy photo)

SPOTS BEFORE HER EYES. A young fawn explores a yard under the watchful eyes of its mother. (Photo by Lois d’Annunzio)

IS THAT GRANDMOTHER’S BEST CHINA? Magician Scott Jameson entertained a large crowd in Union Hall last Monday with a hilarious and sometimes breathtaking performance of stunts and sleight-of-hand. (Photo by Dave Ives)

Last Thursday’s beautiful summer evening helped to make the Strawberry Festival at the First Religious Society a big hit with left to right Megan Fairbank, Neve Martin and Logan Davighi


and left to right Karen Dunkers, Linda Carfield, Hannah Carfield, Grace Carfield and Phyllis Goff. (Photos by Jane Hamilton)

MINE’S GREAT! HOW’S YOURS? Ben Newman and Heatherann Sibley kick off the summer season with big helpings of strawberry shortcake at last Thursday’s Strawberry Festival at the First Religious Society. This annual event whets everybody’s appetite for summer and Old Home Day. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

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