Tennyson Wild Sprong
Emily and Dana Sprong, of Cincinnati, Ohio, are pleased to announce the birth of their second daughter, Tennyson Wild Sprong, who joins big sister, Ada. She was born on October 12, 2009 at Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati.
Proud grandparents are Ned and Nancy Herter of Lowell Street and Neal Sprong of Fayetteville, New York. Great-grandparents are Miles and Lee Herter of Manchester, Massachusetts and Louise Clark of Bradford, New Hampshire.
• Mary Green of Daniels Lane recently won the Mini McKenney award for outstanding bridge performance last year. She was named Eastern Mass. Bridge Association (EMBA) Emerald Life Master of the Year.
For more information about EMBA tournaments, call Bonnie Miller at 1-617-332-9909 or go to www.acblemba.org.
• Sanne N. Wortel of Munroe Hill Road, a senior majoring in psychology at the University of Rochester, has been named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2009 semester.
• Nicole Barbee Spencer of Cranberry Hill Lane was named to the Dean’s List at Washington University in St. Louis for the fall 2009 semester.
• Terry Golson of Stearns Street and her chicken, Coco, will be in New York City on March 30 for a taping of the Martha Stewart Show. The show will air on April 2 at 10 a.m. on FOX 25, WFXT.
SLEEPING WITH THE FISHES. The Carlisle Cub Scouts enjoyed two weekend camp-ins at the Aquarium recently, where they learned about marine management, dissected a squid, camped in the jelly fish display and had exclusive access to the aquarium. Pictured are the first and fourth grade groups who attended one night, while the second, third and fifth graders camped another. (Courtesy photo)
RISING STARS. With proud smiles the Rising Stars Destination Imagination (DI) team beams after completing their Central Challenge presentation at the regional DI Tournament on March 6 at Chelmsford High School. Pictured (left to right) are Thalia Westland, Naomi Kablotsky, Isabella Synnestvedt, Margot Kissinger and Coby Lai. Also on the team, not shown, are Alexandru Rosca, Anika Donahoe and Arthur Donahoe. DI is an international competition that promotes creative problem solving within a team setting.
Carlisle fielded two teams, the Rising Stars team composed of kindergartners and first graders and a secondary school team of ninth graders Matt Brewster, Justin Delgado and Jamie Moore. Both Jamie and Justin have participated in this problem-solving competition since first grade. Curran Wilmot and Dean Cote, high school students and former DI participants, volunteered their time and served as appraisers. Team managers were John Delgado, Diane Delgado, Josh Kablotsky and Natasha Westland. For more information about Destination Imagination, contact Carlisle’s coordinator, Nancy Szczesniak at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Courtesy photo)
STATE TOURNAMENT SEMI-FINALISTS. The Concord-Carlisle Sixth Grade Travel Basketball Team took first place in the 2009-10 Central Mass. Youth Basketball League. They then qualified for the State Tournament and advanced to the semi-final round, losing by 1 point. All in all a great season. Team members shown are (front row, left to right) Andrew Hughes, Sam Royce, Myles O’Leary and Xander Kirschen, (middle row) Thomas Ratcliffe, Charlie Lotane, Eric Sellew, Lior Selve, Sam Eaton and Patrick Crowley, (back row) coaches, Bill Crowley and Paul Sellew. (Courtesy photo)