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Friday, January 8, 2010


RAFFLE WINNER. MetroWest Legal Services’ Director Betsy Soulé (left) awards the Smart Car Raffle cash prize to Eric Darling of West Street at the recent MWLS “Evening of Wine & art.” (Courtesy photo)

YOUNG CARLISLE ACTORS who will perform in the Alexander Children’s
Theatre winter production of Anything Goes are (front, left to right) Briana Cohen
and Nicole Albanese, (back) Stephanie Malis and Erika Hedden (not pictured is
Cameron Reid). Performances are January 15 to 17 with shows at 7:30 p.m. on
January 15 and 16, and matinees on January 16 at 1 p.m. and January 17 at
2:30 p.m. at Turtle Lane Playhouse, 283 Melrose Street in Newton. For further
information and tickets, call Alexander Children’s Theatre at 1-781-899-4467 or
go to or (Courtesy photo)

MUSIC MAKERS. Middle School Band Director Kevin Maier (right) looks on as
Matthew Kiel, alto saxophone, and Bobby Li, bassoon, perform for the Council
on Aging’s holiday luncheon. (Photo by Krista Kallio)

joins outgoing board president Barb Chase (right) in welcoming new president
Barbara Howland of North Road. The group partners with local police departments
to address crime in our communities. (Courtesy photo)

OVER EASY. A tow truck prepares to right a Department of Public Works sander
that tipped over on December 29 while spreading sand on the icy parking lot
behind the Congregational Church on School Street. (Photo by Dave Ives)


CHRISTMAS EVE. Community members of all ages gathered to sing carols on
Christmas Eve. This year the group moved indoors from the Common to sing in
Union Hall, because the Town Tree lights were out. .(Photo by Ellen Huber)

CHILL, MAN. A snow Buddha watches over Laurelwood Drive.
(Photo by Lois d’Annunzio)

A FESTIVE FEAST. On Christmas Day revelers gather for a community dinner in Union Hall, organized by Mary Zoll. (Photo by Steve Kirk)

HAVING AN ICE TIME. Enjoying the public skating rink at the Kimball Farm parking lot are
(left to right) Camille, Julia and Grant Richards. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

SANTA PAUSE. Arianna Quayle (right)
hesitates while her dad Mike reassures at the
Carlisle Parents Connection holiday party on
December 19. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

Carlisle second graders show mastery of the ribbon dance.
(Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)
Jack of beanstalk fame (Jay Tappen) sings of giants in the sky in the seventhgrade
production of Into the Woods, Jr. (Photo by Allie Cottrill)
Rev. Steven James Weibley
(Photo by Ellen Huber)
Gleason Public Library
Highland Building
(Building photos by Marjorie Johnson)
Spalding Building, Carlisle School
In Miss Saigon American soldier Chris (Matt Dornemann) and Vietnamese
prostitute Kim (Kailey Prior, lower right) fall in love and are “married” with girls in
the brothel perfoming the ceremony. The girls are (left to right) Amelia Quimby, Julia
Brem, Hilary Robbins, Tasha Bjork and Celeste Hall. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)
A new Veterans Memorial on the Town Green is dedicated.
(Photo by Ellen Huber)
Conservationist of the year, John
Lee. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
Four-year-old Ruby Smith crosses the
fi nish line, the youngest runner in the
one-mile race on Old Home Day.
(Photo by Dave Ives)
Children enjoy swim classes offered in Carlisle’s Summer Recreation Program.
Swimmers include (left to right) Jeb Morgan, Drew Herlihy, Daniel Wang, Ryan
Cohen and Taylor Gushue. (Photo by Dave Ives)
Nurses Donna Margolis (left) and Elaine Gardner, along with
Kathy Hassey and Chris DeBruzzi (not shown), volunteered to
administer vaccines during the town’s fi rst H1N1 fl u clinic.
(Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)
Rachel Page Elliott (Courtesy photo)


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