The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 27, 2009

 

At Old North Bridge Pony Club, kids learn horse care and life skills

Like athletes skilled in nearly any sport, experienced equestrians somehow make their execution look easy. Trotting around the riding ring or poised confidently astride their horses, their assured appearance tends to belie the hours of practice and training that underlie their skills. ...more

Destination Imagination teams compete, improv team advances

submitted by Nancy Szczesniak ...more

Biodiversity Corner: American Robin

Forbush said of the American Robin: “What American bird is as adaptable as the Robin?” We have seen robins nearly everywhere, from the top of a spruce tree in a peat bog in down east Maine, to the wrack line at the Cape Cod National Seashore Park – and nearly everywhere in between. They have benefited from suburban development, where they find lawns with ...more

CCHS freshman girls clinch DCL-Small Conference Basketball Championship

The CCHS freshman girls basketball team finished an excellent 11 – 2 season, clinching the Duel County League (DCL)Small Conference Championship. More evidence of excellence was the girls’ growth, both as individual players and as a team, and their gaining some valuable life lessons. ...more

Carlisle Comments: A warning for parents

I would like to share two personal stories in support of Christy Barbee’s and Parkman Howe’s comments about teenage partying. ...more


Sofra
One Belmont Street (at Mt. Auburn St) Cambridge:
www.sofrabakery.com,
1-617-661-3161

So-fra (Turkish/Arabic) n: a picnic on a rug, a low communal table, a small square kilim rug to eat on, a large coffee table, a special table preparation. ...more


Global warming teach-in at Concord-Carlisle High School

On February 12, a “National Teach-in on Global Warming” took place at CCHS. Local residents heard excellent presentations about current Presidential and Congressional climate change initiatives. State Representative Cory Atkins was first to present, reporting on the status of ground-breaking state energy and environmental legislation. Former Senator Pam ...more


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