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Friday, May 14, 2010


BOARDWALK BUILDERS. Battling bugs and muck, fearless trail workers (left to right) Marc Lamere, Bert Willard and Steve Tobin construct a boardwalk at Hanover Hill. The Carlisle Trails Committee is looking for volunteers to help repair trail damage from the March floods on trails in Great Meadows and the Greenough Land. They will be working Saturday, May 15 and Sunday, May 23. See info on page 24. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

TEA AND STRATEGY. At the Tea for Seniors, hosted by the Carlisle School Student Council, middle school students serve up goodies and games. Enjoying the festivities are (clockwise from front) Mathew Coloian, Jean LaBroad, Jack Sain, Jean Sain, Nadine Bishop, George Bishop, Santo Pullara and Superintendent (Photo by Jane Hamilton)


SO MANY BOOKS. Martin Nayeri (left) and Ryan MacMullan check out a recommendation from School Librarian Sandy Kelly at the CSA Book Sale. (Photo by Beth Clarke)


ATTRACTIVE NUISANCE. A woodchuck pokes his head out from under a house on Milne Cove Lane. (Photo by Ronnie Green)


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