The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 24, 2008


THERE SHOULD BE NO QUESTIONS HERE. Carlisle residents must have a sticker affixed to the left front bumper of their car. DPW Superintendent Gary Davis says each car that comes to the Transfer Station must have a sticker. A second family car sticker costs only $10 and can be purchased at the Carlisle Police Station. . (Photo by Ellen Huber)

TIME FOR LUNCH AT THE FIRST RELIGIOUS SOCIETY FAIR ON SATURDAY. Michael and Janet Oyer take a break from selling at the Country Store. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

ROADWORK. On Monday, the DPW installed a storm drain on Bedford Road across from the Foss Farm Conservation Land. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

IF STONES COULD SPEAK. Sunlight highlights a large rock face, one of the carved stones at the Vivian Chaput memorial on the Conant Land off Westford Street. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

FUTURE FIREFIGHTERS. Third-grade Cub Scouts visit the Carlisle Fire Station as part of their “Be Ready” requirement and get to check out the oldest fire engine in town. (Courtesy photo)

WALKING TO STOP HUNGER. Members of the Youth Groups from the First Religious Society, their leaders and friends joined in the Concord CROP Walk on Sunday afternoon. The 7 km walk passed over the Old North Bridge and included the Nashawtuc Hill neigborhood. The groups raised $1,561 for local and international food aid organizations.(Photo by Ellen Huber)

PUMPKIN PICKING. The Donohue family, (left to right) Tim, Anika and Arthur, choose the perfect pumpkin at last Saturday’s Pumpkins on the Common event. Perhaps this perfect pumpkin will appear at the Great Pumpkin Spectacle on October 28. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


HARVEST FAIR. Bella Eckler and Claire Kelly sell harvest products to raise money for the Heifer Project. Bella’s mother Lauree and sister Lucia watch. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


2008 The Carlisle Mosquito