The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 28, 2010


Vietnam veteran Chuck Bagnaschi to speak on Memorial Day

Carlisle will hold its traditional Memorial Day observance on Monday, May 31. The Minuteman Company will raise the town flag to half-staff at 9:30 a.m. on the Town Common. Following that, ceremonies will take place in Corey Auditorium at 10 a.m. ...more

Carlisle varsity athletes play key roles on CCHS spring sports teams:

Boys varsity lacrosse team ranked 12th in state by Drew André

With a current record of 13-3 as of May 25, the 2010 Concord-Carlisle boys varsity lacrosse team has had an exceptional season, solidifying their reputation as an spectacular high school team. Currently, the varsity team is ranked 12th in the state. Recently, the lacrosse team competed in some very intense games. ...more

CCHS fields an Ultimate Frisbee team aptly named “CCHS Chaos”

As the 2009-2010 spring season came to a close, the Ultimate Frisbee team was proud to say that their spring season was one of their best on record, with a tremendous increase in the number of players over previous years, and a superb and undeniable level of spirit. At the Andover tournament, which was the A team’s first tournament of the year, the boy’s ...more

Carlisle Comments : Paging Henry Hill

I was laid off a month ago and was unexpectedly thrust into the role of Almost-Full-Time-Stay-At-Home Mom. ...more

Biodiversity Corner : Fishfly and Thick-headed Fly

“The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction.” ...more

Happy trails - Town Forest: A microcosm of Carlisle’s history

On East Street behind a cement-post guard rail, lies a hidden treasure – the Town Forest. Although many residents pass by it every day, it is little-used. But this unusual parcel should not be missed – it is home to a variety of wildlife, it contains a small network of beautiful hiking trails and it has a particularly interesting social, political and environmental ...more

CCHS students win best chorus trophy

On Friday, May 7, the Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) Combined Chorus, directed by Ms. Deborah Smith, attended the Music in the Parks Festival at Six Flags New England. The day started at the crack of dawn for the singers, who loaded up the buses at 6:15 a.m. The Chorus performed before a panel of judges in the morning and spent the rest of the day enjoying ...more

Carlisle seniors honored at CCHS awards ceremony

Abel, Victoria – President’s Education Award - Excellence ...more

New members of the National Honor Society

On May 18, the following CCHS students from Carlisle were inducted into the National Honor Society: Makayla Barton, Allison Blair, John Bondurant, Sonia Boor, ...more

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