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Friday, January 16, 2009



LOOKS LIKE AN OSCAR CONTENDER. The Early Release Day movie in the Hollis Room on Tuesday captured the attention of middle schoolers (left to right) Eric Picard, Charlie Sweeney, Jacob Nickerson, Lucy Hill and Alexis Thompson. Pizza seems to have made the experience even more enjoyable. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

FLYING DOWN THE SLOPES AT CCHS. Recent snowstorms made the hills at Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) prime sledding country over last weekend. Here, Carlisle sixth-graders Jack Thomas (far left) and Bradley Kimball (far right) test their sleds with obviously satisfactory results. In the center, the boys wield shovels to make a jump on the hill. (All photos by Beth Clarke)

SLIP-SLIDING AWAY. Bundled against the cold, (left to right) Ella Grady, Megan Duffy (visiting from the U.K.) and Giuia Grady take advantage of the RecCom’s ice skating rink at Kimball’s parking lot. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

HITTING THE SLOPES. After school on Friday, Matthew Gorecki (with snowboard) and Christopher Toukhmanian rode the Recreation Program bus to the Nashoba Valley Ski Area in Westford. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

MOSQUITO CONTROL. David Henley, Superintendent of the East Middlesex Mosquito Control Program, was the guest speaker Tuesday morning at the Conservation Coffee. Shown listening are Bob Wallhagen (left) and Liz Carpenter. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

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