The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 4, 2010


BUCKET BRIGADE. A new school compost and gardening project is being funded by a grant from the Carlisle School Association. Left to right, Food Services Director Sue Robichaud, parent Kathy Balles, Household Recycling Committee member Launa Zimmaro and Kindergarten teacher Mimi Chandler watch as seventh-graders Caleb Perlman and Caroline Crouse feed the new compost bin behind the Corey Building. (Courtesy photo)

YES WE CAN. Walking on tin-can stilts at Elementary Field Day on Spalding Field on May 26 are second graders (left to right) Amelia Karle, Lucy Jimenez and Landon Nuzum-Clark. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

Reverend Diane Miller, minister at the First Religious Society, speaks at the Green Cemetery grave of Wallace J. Gardner, father of Carlisle’s Joe Gardner.

Alan Cameron and Scott Evans stand at the Veterans Memorial on the Town Common and read the Honor Roll.

Minutemen (left to right) David Gordon, Bill Hamilton, Steve Evans, John Troast, Lindsay Klickstein and Gabor Miskolczy stand at attention while trumpeter Andrew Hrasna plays Taps.


Father Thomas Donohoe of St. Irene Church says a few words as Girl Scouts Maeve Devlin (left) and Evie Karle wait to lay a wreath at the Civil War


PAINTING THE TOWN. DPW worker Chris Sireen puts a new coat of paint on a crosswalk in the center of town while Sergeant Kevin Cardonne directs traffic.
(Photo by Marjorie Johnson)


HOOPSTERS. Claire Derkazarian (left) and Emily McCormack demonstrate the art of the Hula Hoop at the Carlisle Public School’s track and fi eld day on May 26. (Photo by Beth Clarke)


UNTIL YOU WALK A MILE IN ITS SHELL. Alexa Skrivanek sees the world through a turtle’s eyes at the River Critters program at Foss Farm. Sponsored by the Land Stewardship Committee and the Susan Zielinski Natural Science Fund, the event brought naturalists from Drumlin Farm to explain critters that make river habitats their home. (Photo by Beth Clarke)








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