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Friday, October 15, 2010


Jeremy Boardman to wed Kathryn Harvey

John and Noele Harvey of North Creek, New York are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathryn June Harvey, to Jeremy M. Boardman.

Kathryn is the 2002 valedictorian of Johnsburg Central School and a 2006 graduate of the University of Rochester where she received her B. A. in Political Science. She graduated magna cum laude from Fordham University School of Law. She is currently a law clerk for the Honorable Edward OConnor, J.S.C.

Jeremy is the son of David and Barbara Boardman of Russell Street. He is a 2002 graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School. In 2006, he received a B. A. in both History and Economics from the University of Rochester, where he was a member of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society. Currently he is a senior bond analyst at Standard & Poors in New York City.

A February wedding in Saratoga, New York is planned.

Concord Orchestra to perform Friday and Saturday

Richard Pittman (left), Conductor of the Concord Orchestra and arts critic Joyce Kulhawik (right), with Marilyn Cugini, host of Discussing Creativity on CCTV channel 8. (Courtesy photo)

Richard Pittman, Conductor of the Concord Orchestra, and Joyce Kulhawik, celebrity arts critic and special concert narrator, appeared with host Marilyn Cugini on Discussing Creativity on CCTV channel 8 this week. They talked about the Concord Orchestras fall performances celebrating Concords 375th birthday. The concerts are this weekend on Friday and Saturday nights at 8 p.m., at the Performing Arts Center at 51 Walden Street in Concord center. For information and tickets, please visit

HAPPY ENDING. Lily Langrind celebrates her tenth birthday with friends at Kimballs on closing day, October 11. From left to right are Kirill Keeler, Camille Richards, Lily, Brooke Challenger, Liam Smith, Christopher Ratcliffe, Declan Smith and Grant Richards. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Carlisle students earn honors at Middlesex School

Two Carlisle residents were among the Middlesex School students who recently earned honors averages. Their scholarly achievements were celebrated on September 21 at the schools annual fall academic assembly.

The distinction of High Honors was awarded to Ali Forelli of West Street (Class of 2012) for earning a scholastic average of 90% or above. Having already earned the Class IV Award for Academic Achievement as the student who had the highest grade average in her freshman year, Ali took home the John

C. R. Kelton 29 Bowl for Academic Achievement as the sophomore with the highest grade average last year.

The distinction of Honors was awarded to Gaby Luiselli of Martin Street (Class of 2013) for achieving a scholastic average of between 85 and 89.9%.

BUDDY WALKERS. At the starting line (left to right) are Carol, Rebecca and Hannah Yelle of Cross Street who participated in the 14th Annual Buddy Walk and Family Picnic at Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield. Over 3,000 walkers participated in this fun-filled day to celebrate National Down Syndrome month and to raise awareness of Down Syndrome. To learn more go to (Courtesy photo)

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