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Friday, November 6, 2009


NEW LEAF ON LEARNING. The Carlisle Conservation Foundation (CCF) sponsored a program on the Conant Land this week to help Carlisle School third and fourth graders learn more about the environment. Students were taught by Drumlin Farm naturalists and CCF volunteers at stations along the trail. Pictured is CCF member and former science teacher Steve Spang talking to fourth-grade students about what causes a leaf to decompose. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

Fourth-grade students drill holes with corers to take soil samples on the Conant Land. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

SAY CHEESE. Farmer Mark Duffy gives a tour of the dairy operation at Great Brook Farm State Park during Open Farm Sunday, November 1, sponsored by the Cabot Creamery Cooperative. Milk from the Carlisle dairy is used to make Cabot cheddar cheese. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

KEYS TO MUSICAL SUCCESS. Carlisle School music teacher Megan Harlow poses with the new Schimmel Classic grand piano before its inaugural concert on October 29. The free concert was held to thank the Carlisle community for the beautiful new instrument that was purchased for the school through generous donations. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

The young and young-at-heart
celebrate Halloween in Carlisle

THE KING AND QUEEN OF HALLOWEEN.Larry Bearfi eld and Robin Emerson preside over Halloween in Carlisle Center on Saturday evening. (Photo by Pam Ely)


HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARADE. Kindergarten teacher Barney Arnold leads the way with (left to right) Mia Comeau and Rachel Barach on Friday morning October 30. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)


BUGS AND FAIRIES. Kindergartners (left to right) Emma McCollum, Yasmine Mostoufi , Daphne Kalogeropoulos and Marjorie Haddad wait for the parade. (Photo by Jane Hamilton


WITCH AND PIRATE. Left to right, Zoe Kalogeropoulos, Finnegan Gormley and Maxwell Topol join the parade. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)


A HERO ON PARADE. Superdog, whose secret identity is Biscuit, receives a hero’s welcome at the Carlisle School Halloween Parade on October 30. Little ladies of the Red Balloon Nursery School (left to right, Elizabeth Walsh, Natalie Eisenbies and Maggie Kalkstein) pat him while Sarah Bouffard and Michael Small observe. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)




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