The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 27, 2009


Where in Carlisle? update

There have been no responses to the question, “What was it used for?” If you know what the piece of old machinery located along the Two Rod Road trail and featured in the photo on page 3 of the November 20 issue was used for, please write and tell us. Send your answer to or 662A Bedford Road, Carlisle, MA 01741.

• The Concord-Carlisle Rangers boys U-10 soccer team, playing in the highly competitive Division 2, have achieved a dream season by going undefeated (10-0). Coached by Bob O’Leary of School Street, the boys played tough soccer all season, including a game nicknamed “snow bowl gladiators” when it was 36 degrees with heavy snow. Carlisle players on the team include Alex Lewis, Luke O’Leary, James Sibley and Wyatt Hickman.
Emily Howe of Acton Street, a junior English major at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, is studying public health in South Africa this semester through the School for International Training in Durban, South Africa.
A large group of Carlisle seniors enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner in Union Hall on Thursday, November 19, sponsored by the Carlisle Council on Aging. Above, the Carlisle Middle School Choir, led by Megan Harlow, provides musical entertainment. At right, COA Director Kathy Mull presents photos of Clark Farm to Bobby Morrill as a farewell gift. Morrill has moved to Groton since the Clark Farm, where he lived for many years, is now up for sale. Mull also announced that she too is moving on, in an emotional farewell to all the friends she has made in her years in Carlisle. (See story on page 7.) (Photos by Dave Ives)


Help us fill these pages

Each week, we try to tell the stories of the interesting people, places and events of our town. If you would like to help write these stories or to coordinate and edit them as Feature Editor, let us know. Writing skills, but not editing experience, are needed. The hours are fl exible and both writing and editing positions are paid. If you’re interested, feel free to stop by the office at 662A Bedford Road on a Wednesday at noon for a brown bag lunch, or contact the office at mail@ or 1-978-369-8313.










© 2009 The Carlisle Mosquito