The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 6, 2009


TEAM WORK. Aris Martinian (left) and David Cuomo work together to get the best score at a meeting of the Carlisle School’s Scrabble Club. The club, which meets on Thursday afternoons, is mentored by teacher Gene Stamell. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

CCHS MUSICIANS PERFORM. Sonia Boor played a duet with Orchestra Director Scott Knopf for the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee meeting on February 24. Tommy Veitch played a solo on his French horn. Both students were chosen for All-State Orchestra. Other performers included violinist Mei-Yee Chan of Concord and a vocal quartet directed by Choral Director Deb Smith. The students were highlighting the music and vocal programs at the high school. After the performances, RSC Chair Jerry Wedge noted, “We have so many accomplished students. We are rich in All-State participants.” He praised the students for their hard work and wonderful performances. RSC member Louis Salemy said, “The great thing about C-C is that anybody with a passion can pursue it at CCHS.” (Photo by Ginny Lamere)

WHY DON’T SHEEP SHRINK WHEN THEY GET WET? The Maple Street flock appears alert, full-fleeced and unfazed by the latest winter precipitation as they wait for spring, when new herding dogs will exercise them and they can be shorn for warm weather comfort. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

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