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Friday, March 19, 2010

Carlisle residents receive Partners in Excellence Awards

Partners HealthCare presented its 14th annual Partners in Excellence Awards to employees of Partners-affiliated institutions during award ceremonies held throughout December 2009 and January 2010. Award recipients are nominated by

their colleagues and are selected on the basis of contributions “above and beyond the call of duty” in the areas of quality treatment and service, leadership and innovation, teamwork, operational efficiency and outstanding community contributions.

The following Carlisle residents received awards:

Oleg Evgenov of Virginia Farme for Quality Treatment and Service at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Robert Macauley of Log Hill Road for Leadership and Innovation at Partners Health Care.

Michael Picard of Russell Street for Teamwork at North Shore Medical Center.

Stephanie Randazzo of Brook Street for Teamwork at McLean Hospital.

Rosca Florin of Brook Street for Teamwork at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Kevin Smith of East Street for Leadership and Innovation at Partners Health Care. ∆

BINGO! Enjoying a family Bingo night at the Carlisle School on Tuesday evening, sponsored by the Carlisle School Association, are (left to right) Cole Wagner, Charlie Bernardin and Sam Kalkstein. (Photo by Sarah Hart)

Tasha Woodworth of Fiske Street, a junior at Middlebury College and member of the school’s Alpine Ski Team, qualified for the 2010 NCAA Championships based on

her results during the New England Colleges Carnival Series this winter. At the NCAA Championships, which were held at the University of Colorado earlier this month, she competed in the Giant Slalom 2-day event and finished in 30th place. ∆

Andrew Trebino of Heald Road, a sophomore at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island, has been named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2009 Semester.

John D. Mosca, 9, of Lowell Street (at right), placed first in the 14th Annual Tournament 2010 Forms Competition at Callahan’s Karate School. John competed in the yellow and orange belt division, ages 8 to 12. He has attended karate classes for 18 months and currently holds an orange belt. Later in the month, John will be eligible to receive a purple belt. He is also a member of the Black Belt Club.


SOCCER CHAMPIONS. Under the leadership of coaches Maryrose Sykes and Kelli Antonito, Team Concord-Carlisle Cyclones topped off an undefeated Session 2 at Bedford’s The Edge by winning the Under-12 Boys Championship on January 27. The team includes: (back row, left to right) Coach Sykes, Sam Heinrich, Kevin Sykes, Spencer Meyer, Chris Sykes, Jackson Barzun and Coach Antonito, (front row) Ryan Antonito, Andrew Gemilli, Jack Kingman, Ben Aghajanian and Henry Steers. (Courtesy photo)
• An exhibition of paintings, drawings and etchings by Maris Platais of River Road is currently at Newbury Court until April 30. The gallery is located at 100 Newbury Court, Old Road to Nine Acre Corner, Concord. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Painting by Maris Platais)

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