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Friday, November 14, 2008


Katy Dawson to wed Dan Hartnett

Jeff and Jane Dawson of River Road are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Katy Dawson to Dan Hartnett, son of Robert and Ellen Hartnett of Holliston.

Katy graduated from the Brooks School in 1999 and went on to earn a degree in international relations from Connecticut College in 2003. Dan graduated from Holliston High School in 2000, and graduated cum laude from Connecticut College as a government major in 2004.

Katy and Dan’s shared interest in the governmental process took them to Washington, D.C., where they have lived since 2005. Katy currently works as a legislative assistant for a member of Congress, while Dan is a legislative affairs manager for a national trade association.

An August 2009 wedding is being planned in Lincoln, Massachusetts.


Braeden Austin Quayle

Laura and Michael Quayle of Old East Street are pleased to announce the birth of their son Braeden Austin Quayle on Wednesday, November 5, at Emerson Hospital in Concord. Braeden was welcomed home by his big siblings Griffin, 7, and Arianna, 3. Braeden’s proud grandparents are Norman and Nancy MacVicar of Andover and Michael and Barbara Quayle of Franksville, Wisconsin.

• Carlisle Town Counsel Paul DeRensis was named in November 2008 as one of this year’s New England’s Super Lawyers along with three other members of his firm, Deutsch Williams Brooks DeRensis & Holland, P.C. The list of 2008 Super Lawyers is assembled by Law & Politics in conjunction with Boston Magazine, based on surveys of more than 31,000 lawyers across the region. DeRensis has served as Carlisle’s Town Counsel since 1999.


Carlisle supporters of the Discovery Museums are (front row, left to right): Ginny Lamere, Fran Rayson, Kathy McKinley, Andrew Wilmot and Claudia Veitch; back row: Marc Lamere, Jim Rayson, Marion Cook, Dan Cook (board member), Elizabeth Parson, Tim Parson, Andy Veitch. Missing from picture are Julia and Alexander Krapf. (Courtesy photo)

Support for the Discovery Museums

Carlisle residents turned out to show their support for the Discovery Museums on Saturday, November 8, at the Science of Wine fundraiser. The evening featured Kip Kumler, winemaker and owner of Turtle Creek Winery, located in Lincoln, and Nic Haegeli, wine manager of Colonial Spirits. The Museum’s mission is to promote and teach hands-on science and imaginary play for children and adults of all ages.

WINNERS OF THE TREKKER AWARD. Eric Brandhorst and his daughter Claire receive the 2008 Trekker Award from Trails Committee Chair Henry Cox (right). Eric and Claire hiked the 35 miles of designated trails in town. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

A TIME TO SHARE IDEAS. The Mosquito Forum Staff gather at the home of Forum Editor Maya Liteplo. Front row (left to right) Paul Morrison, Maya Liteplo, Ornit Barkai, Philip Drew and Priscilla Stevens. Back row, Mark Green, Greg Peterson, Scott Simpson, David Freedman and Parkman Howe. Missing are Christy Barbee, Kerry Kissinger and John Lee. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

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