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Friday, June 25, 2010


In a class of their own: all leaders

Carlisle, Massachusetts. A place that most people have never heard of. It’s near Concord. Yes, it is in Massachusetts, and no, we are not farmers. We are a class that no one else could ever imagine. We are the eighth grade class of 2010. A class truly like no others. ...more

Pearls of wisdom from the Class of 2010

I remember this day, two years ago, sitting in the very chairs you are sitting in now. I was looking up at my best friend. I remember seeing her all pretty with her white dress and her hair done. I was so happy for her, but so unbelievably sad at the same time. I was watching my best friend leave right before my eyes. I was watching her leave our family in ...more

Biodiversisty Corner :
Eyed Elater

Old Home Day festivities start tomorrow and the theme is “Treasures of Carlisle.” Of the hundreds of species reported so far in the Biodiversity Corner, most of them should be considered treasures of Carlisle. I recently saw a coleopteran treasure that definitely qualifies for the grand parade. On June 18 Leslie Thomas captured it in her garden on Prospect ...more

Good leadership and a bright future ahead for Carlisle softball team

Though the 2010 middle school softball team finished with a 2-8 record on the year, the team showed great improvement from the beginning of the year to the end. On the mound, Laura Kolstad and Ellie Blue kept the team in games by consistently throwing strikes. Angela DeBruzzi also pitched well, throwing a four-inning no-hitter against Brown Middle School of ...more

A beach, boat and backyard reading list

Editor’s Note: We asked the Board members and Trustees of the Gleason Public Library to recommend some books for your summer reading pleasure. ...more

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