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Friday, April 3, 2009

GAME TIME. There was plenty of action during the March 26 student-faculty basketball game held to raise money for the Carlisle Teachers Association scholarship fund. Ross Helenius shoots a basket, watched by (left to right) Colin Bratton, Brad Cranston, Rick Albert, Chris Salemy, Dan Hunt and Ben Schofield. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

LWV Forum outlines Carlisle School building plans

The League of Women Voters School Building Forum on March 26 allowed multiple town officials to present reasons for moving forward with the schematic design phase of the Carlisle School building. This is the first step in what is expected to be a $20 million project. Forum participants Selectman Doug Stevenson, School Building Committee Chair Lee Storrs, Carlisle ...more

Voters face choices for Highland’s future

The seemingly endless saga of the Highland Building may come to a conclusion at Town Meeting this spring when voters are asked to spend $450,000 for repairs and a fire protection system, or to spend $133,000 to destroy the building. After the repairs, the building would be protected from further deterioration from weather while reuse options were explored. ...more

Great Brook Farm State Park seeks funding for new dairy barn

Duffy noted that his family has farmed successfully in Carlisle for 22 years – through a combination of the Great Brook Farm dairy operation and the Carlisle Cranberry Bog. He grows hay, corn and cranberries on about 300 acres in Carlisle, Concord, Acton and Chelmsford. All of the hay is to feed his cows; some of the corn is sold at the farm, and some is ...more

This Saturday is the
Trash Party

It is not too late to sign up for the Trash Party, this Saturday, April 4, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

This Mosquito-sponsored event is an annual community-wide roadside pick-up of trash and litter by individuals and civic groups. Free refreshments and trash bags will be available at the Center Park from 8:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Remember to bring tick repellent and work gloves.

Please R.S.V.P. to Lisa Chaffin, at 1-978-369-8790 or ldchaffin@comcast.net, to stake your claim, help with trucking or if you would like community service hours. ∆

 


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