Friday, May 21, 2010
Cameron Meyer Smack
Amy and Kent Smack of Red Pine Drive are pleased to announce the birth of Cameron Meyer Smack. Cameron was born at home on Saturday, May 1, at 5:10 p.m. He is welcomed with love by big sisters, Madeleine and Acadia and grandparents, Dave and Carol Smack of Barrington, New Hampshire, Brenda Wettergreen of Reading and Charles Wettergreen of Haverhill.
Memorial service for Samuel Edward Duren
There will be a graveside memorial service for Samuel Edward Duren, Jr. on Saturday, May 22, at 1 p.m. in Green Cemetery. Friends and family are invited to attend. Duren, formerly of Carlisle, died in February. (See the Mosquito, February 26, 2010, for his complete obituary.)
Our sympathy to . . .
Stephen Trebino, his wife Paula and children Jennifer, Stephanie and Andrew, of Heald Road, on the unexpected death of his sister, Lois McKinley, 62, of Winchester, on April 13.
John and Helen Lyons and children Christine and Julia of Baldwin Road on the death of John’s brother, Thomas N. Lyons, 61, of Mountainside, New Jersey.
Tasty food plus stimulating conversation
The organic and/or locally grown family potluck supper held on May 7 in Union Hall at the First Religious Society (FRS) was an evening of delicious food and spirited conversations, enjoyed by friends and neighbors here in Carlisle.
As the line of participants gathered with their plates and silverware ready to attack the platters of imaginative and creative dishes assembled on long tables at the side of the room, it was hard to know where to start and when (if ever) to stop. There was Bonnie Miskolczy’s appetizer of pink lady apple slices coated with lavender goat cheese, decorated with violas. Further along the table were Kay Fairweather’s crustless quiche made with herbs from her garden and local eggs and Leslie Thomas’ chili con carne, just to mention a few of the delectable dishes.
For desserts we were directed to a corner table where Art Veves’s chocolate-chip chocolate cake made with frozen shredded zucchini from his Foss Farm garden and Katharine Endicott’s orange cake, made with her duck eggs, were stand-outs.
The featured speakers for the evening were three members of the Robinson family, which has operated Springdell Farm in Littleton since 1931. Located at 571 Great Road (Route 119), Springdell raises all-natural, grass-fed Black Angus beef cattle. “Put a face on your food...It is important to our family that our customers can see our fields, visit our livestock, and know the family that is growing and producing their dinner,” is how the Robinsons explained it.
This event was sponsored by the FRS Environmental Action Committee. For more information on Springdell Farm, go to www.springdellfarms.com.
CCHS presents Much Ado About Nothing this weekend
Concord-Carlisle High School presents William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing performed under the stars, Friday to Sunday, May 21, 22 and 23 at 7 p.m. at the high school, 500 Walden Street, Concord. Tickets are $10 at the door. Lawn chairs, blankets and picnics are welcome.
Minuteman honor roll
Christopher Duffy of North Road and Anthony Perugini of Overlook Drive received High Honors for the third quarter at Minuteman Technical and Career Regional High School.
• Seventh grader Maxwell Krims of Westford Street has just completed his second cookbook, Great Tastes of Annisquam, Volume 2. His first cookbook became so popular that he decided to write another one packed with more delicious recipes. Maxwell hopes to take his love of cooking to a professional level and own a restaurant one day. His cookbook can be purchased at Ferns.
The Mosquito needs photographers and reporters
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Interested? Call 1-978-369-8313 and ask for Marjorie for photos or Betsy for news.
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