Friday, September 10, 2010
Jessica Haynes weds William Montague
Jessica Haynes of Acton Street and William Montague of Brookline were married on Saturday, August 7, at the Pierce House in Lincoln. The bride’s parents are Jodi and Clovis Haynes of Acton Street and the groom’s parents are James Montague of Williston, Vermont and Juliette Montague of Newton.
Jessica graduated from Concord-Carlisle High School in 1997 and Regis College with a degree in Biology in 2001 and a master’s degree in teaching in 2006. She currently works as a Special Education teacher for the town of Lincoln. William graduated from Brookline High School in 2001 and UMass Boston with a degree in Economics in 2007. He currently works as a banker in Lexington. ∆
Lucy Mabel Spang
Ned and Elise Spang of Medford, announce the birth of their daughter, Lucy Mabel Spang, born on May 25. Sharing in the excitement of Lucy’s birth are her two-year-old brother, Jonah, paternal grandparents, Steve and Roberta Spang of Fiske Street and maternal grandparents, Rick and Rita Linchitz of Glen Cove, New York.
• Fifth-grader Karen Chen of Buttrick Lane and third-grader Amanda Wang of Davis Road both competed at the National Rhythmic Gymnastic Junior Olympics competition held in Oregon last May.
The two girls qualified after winning state and regional qualification competitions. At the national competition, Amanda won all-around National Champion Title in her age group, second on the floor and rope, and third on the ball. Karen won first place on rope and floor routines in her age group and second all around.
Overall, Amanda was ranked fourth place, and Karen was sixth place (out of 140 competitors) for national level 4 and helped their regional team to win first place.
Both girls practice with Rhythmic Dreams, a club located in Newton that will begin offering classes this fall in Concord as well. For more information on the club, go to www.rhythmicdreams.com. ∆
• Greg D. Peterson of Indian Hill, a partner at Tarlow Breed Hart & Rodgers, P.C., has been recognized in The Best Lawyers In America 2011 in Environmental Law and Real Estate Law. Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.
Peterson has over two decades of experience planning and managing complex, high visibility real estate transactions, environmental, permitting and land use projects and legislative engagements for a wide variety of private sector businesses and not-for-profits. ∆
• Maureen Elizabeth Moulton of Hemlock Hill Road graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing from the University of San Diego in May 2010. ∆
• Tricia Smith and Michael Holland of Indian Hill Road and their goats won two awards in this year’s American Cheese Society Cheese Competition held in Seattle last month. “Ada’s Honor” won second place for surface-ripened goat cheese and “Ellie’s Cloudy Down” won third place for American Originals, goat cheese. This is the fifth consecutive year that the Carlisle-produced cheeses have won awards. ∆
• Alexandra Byer of South Street, a senior majoring in film and media studies, was named to the Dean’s List for academic excellence for the spring 2010 semester at The Johns Hopkins University.
• Emily Goldberg of Indian Hill Road was named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2010 semester at the University of Rochester.
• Sanne N. Wortel of Munroe Hill Road was named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2010 semester at the University of Rochester. ∆
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