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Friday, October 30, 2009

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LET IT SPIN! Costumes and good weather add to the fun for Avery Keller (left) and Anika Ata at the Carlisle Parents Connection Party held at the Mary Diment Park on October 25. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
BRIDGE BUDDIES. Guarding the bridge at the Tot Lot at Diment Park and dressed to scare are (left to right) Andrew Martin, P. J. Balazy, Aidan Hickey, Harry Balazy and Mac Keller. They attended the Carlisle Parents Connection’s Halloween event last Sunday. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
ALL ABOARD. Engineers Nicholas (left) and Thomas Bonenfant are ready to roll at the Carlisle Parents Connection Halloween Party. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

350 OR BUST. Local environmentalists joined world-wide efforts to publicize the need to stop global warming on Saturday, October 24. Their goal is to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide levels below 350 parts per million. The group met at the First Religious Society on the Town Common, rang the church bell 350 times and later attended a regional Energy Revolution Rally at the Old North Bridge in Concord. Pictured are (left to right) Bob Luoma, Bob Wallhagen, Mike Hanauer, George Bishop, John Forcucci, Ernie Huber (in back), Lisa Sama, Art Milliken and Asia Forcucci. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

 




BUILDING PROJECTS. The arrival of Library Director Angela Mollet’s baby was overdue as of press time, however, the library facade renovation project remains on schedule. (Photo by Ellen Huber)



STANDING TALL. Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) cheerleaders put on a half-time show during the football game against Arlington on October 23. Carlisle students on the cheer team include: Bella Bjork, Sarah Brantley, Sydney Callahan, Nikki Howard, Julie Manganella, Leza Mathews, Lauren Pauplis, Emily Ramnarine, Katie Samargya and Camilla Tamargo. The CCHS football team won 40-0. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)

 

TRAIL BLAZERS. Installing a sign on a newly built trail are Boy Scouts (left to right) Alex Doig, Anthony Perugini and Robert Hitchener. The trail, which connects the end of Captain Wilson Lane in the new Greystone development off Cross Street with Bingham Road near the entrance to the Towle Land, was laid out and the clearing was organized by Tim Lamere for his Eagle Scout service project. (Photo by Leslie Kmiec)

 

RECOGNITION. Mary de Alderete, co-chair of the Carlisle Medical Reserve Corps, gives certificates of excellence to Donna Margolies (left, for her volunteer work during the December 2008 ice storm) and Lea Johnson for her service as last year’s Medical Reserve Corps chairman. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

 

OPEN HOUSE. During last Sunday’s open house at the Carlisle Village Court, resident Jean Bates (center) gives Ann Wright (left) and John and Arline Leigh a tour of her apartment. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

 

GETTING READY FOR WINTER. Five weeks ago, the Stutz family had a grapple load of large diameter logs delivered. Four members of the family, (left to right) Lindsay, Meagan, Jeff and Gunther, work at log splitting. Neighbor Jeff Brown and his chain saw were a big help in this long-term project. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

 

 

2009 The Carlisle Mosquito