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Friday, July 2, 2010

EAGLES SOAR. New Eagle Scouts Tim Lamere (left) and Dillon Mariano display certifi cates and medals at their Eagle Scout ceremony on Sunday, June 27, at the Carlisle School. Members of Carlisle Boy Scout Troop 135, the boys earned numerous badges and completed community service projects as part of the Eagle requirements. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

Carlisle students on Dean’s Lists for the spring semester

Kelly M. Davin of Kimball Road, a junior Public Communication major in the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, was named to the Dean’s List at the University of Vermont.

Amelia B. Seifert of Elizabeth Ridge Road, a first-year Exercise and Movement Sciences major in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, was named to the Dean’s List at the University of Vermont.

Megan Leigh Brennan of Hutchins Road was named to the Dean’s list at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

Emily P. Fiorentino of Aaron Way was named to the Dean’s List at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

Megan Herman of Rutland Street was named to the Dean’s List at William Smith College.

Joshua M. Putnam of Stearns Street was named to the Dean’s List at Drew University.

Emma Lauren Richard of Westford Street was named to the Dean’s List at Drew University.

Matthew Patterson of Maple Street was named to the Dean’s Honors List at Connecticut College.

Julie Schuerhoff of North Road was named to the Dean’s Honors List at Connecticut College.

Benjamin Verrill of Forest Park Drive was named to the Dean’s Honors List at Connecticut College.

Susanna Fardy of Rockland Road was named to the Dean’s List with Highest Honors at the University of New Hampshire.

William Fine of Acton Street was named to the Dean’s List with Honors at the University of New Hampshire.

Katherine Puffer of Rutland Street earned Honors at Skidmore College. ∆

CCHS athletes earn Boston Globe spring sports awards

All-Scholastics

• Softball – Georgia Guttadauro of Fiske Street

• Boys Tennis – Alec Ahee of Kimball Road

All-Stars

• Girls Lacrosse – Hillary Cook and Lindsay Cook of Cross Street

• Girls Track – Dakota Dray of Hutchins Road, Lauren Tierney of Lowell Street and Rebecca Shenton of Maple Street

• Boys Tennis – Jay Berajawala of Kimball Road and Erik Dinardo of Palmer Way

• Girls Tennis – Stephanie Mundel of Hartwell Road ∆

Sloane Brazina named All-American diver

Sloane Brazina of Rutland Street earned All-American recognition in diving from the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association. Brazina, in the Concord-Carlisle High School class of 2011, is a two-time state champion.

Fenn School Honor Roll

The following Carlisle students are on the Honor Roll for the third term at the Fenn School in Concord.

Steven S. Anton – Academic High Honors and Sua Sponte High Honors

Griffin R. Bishop – Academic High Honors and Sua Sponte High Honors

Peter Blunt – Sua Sponte Honors

Ezekiel A. Golnik – Sua Sponte High Honors

Carter P. Hussey – Academic High Honors

Benjamin P. Kelly – Sua Sponte High Honors

Alaric M. Krapf – Academic High Honors and Sua Sponte High Honors

Hunter D. Moskowitz – Academic High Honors

Lucas Mundel – Academic Honors and Sua Sponte Honors

Miles Petrie – Academic High Honors

Willem M. Van Walsum – Sua Sponte Honors

Parker G. Zimmerman – Academic High Honors and Sua Sponte High Honors

Fenn’s motto, Sua Sponte, means “on one’s own responsibility. Sua Sponte Honors and High Honors reflect the extent to which a student accepts responsibility for his own learning, based on an assessment of three specific areas: preparation, engagement and conduct.

Private school honors

Alexandra Schurr of Swanson Lane achieved Academic Honors for the spring semester at Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, New Hampshire.

College graduate

Nate Johnson of Blaisdell Drive received a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from Cornell University.

Carlisle teen organizes Veterans Fishing Derby

John McNamara of Estabrook Road, a rising senior at CCHS, organized a Veteran’s Fishing Derby on June 26 for over 30 disabled veterans from the Bedford Veterans Administration Hospital. An avid fisherman, McNamara was glad to honor some of the many veterans who have served our country. He noted that there are over 20 million military veterans living in the United States today – men and women who fought in the Gulf, Vietnam and World War II, and others like his grandfather, Williard Cass of Frewsburg, New York, who fought in Korea. In addition to fishing, McNamara organized bocce, horseshoes and a barbecue luncheon for the veterans at the Concord Rod and Gun Club in Concord. ∆

Father Donohoe to be featured on CatholicTV

On July 15, Father Thomas Donohoe, Pastor of St. Irene Parish in Carlisle, will preside over Mass in the CatholicTV studios in Watertown. The Daily Mass airs live each day at 9:30 a.m. and is rebroadcast at 7 p.m. the same day.

CatholicTV can be seen in Carlisle on Comcast channel 268 or streaming live at CatholicTV.com. It is also seen nationally on Sky Angel 142. The Mass is typically added to the CatholicTV.com archives by the evening of the same broadcast day and is also downloadable free at iTunes.com

CatholicTV broadcasts 24 hours a day and has over 60 shows, 40% of which are produced in the studio in Watertown. ∆

Veterans from the Bedford VA Hospital, along with some family members and staff enjoyed a Veteran’s
Fishing Derby organized by Carlisle teen John McNamara (kneeling, front right) on June 26.
(Courtesy photo)


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