The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 22, 2010


GREAT PUMPKIN. Seiji Ma takes a seat on the biggest pumpkin, a 50-pounder grown by Bob Orlando, while brother Kenji and sister Aiko also
enjoy the pumpkins on the common on Saturday. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

KINGS OF THE CASTLE. Carlisle Tiger Cub Scouts climb on top of Castle Rock during their fi rst trip to the
Conant Land to gather and identify leaves during a nature hike. (Photo by Evan McGlinn)

LEADING THE PACK. Thomas Ratcliffe heads for the fi nish line in the Carlisle Middle School Invitational Track Meet held at Great Brook Farm State Park on Monday, October 18. (Photo by Sarah Hart)

The sixth-grade Spaghetti Supper – 170 pounds of pasta

Yasmine (left) and Cameron Mostoufi dig in.

Sixth grader McKenzie Melvin fi lls a tray with spaghetti, salad,
garlic bread and a cookie to serve to a hungry patron at the
Spaghetti Supper.

Helping out in the kitchen are parents (left to right) Eric Brandhorst, Timm Brandhorst, Philippe Selve, Gretchen Anderegg and Cindy Mulligan.

Sixth grader Ryan West serves friends and family (left to right) Ira Sabran, Barbara Sabran, Ryan, David West, James West and Jacob Sabran.

Having fun serving neighbors and friends are (left to right) Ashley Massicott, Emma Selve, Mia Royce and Amelia Amodei.

and a lot of willing helpers made it a very successful evening

William Fairbank enjoys his garlic bread.

Sixth-grade waiter Patrick Forelli takes a short break from serving to visit with his family (left to right) Ali, Tori, Patrick and Jackson Forelli.

Sandy Nash (left) holds the box of raffl e tickets while sixth grader Hugh Schmidt
announces the name of the next winner.

How many dads does it take to make the spaghetti? John Forelli stirs the pasta while (left to right) John Bernardin, Jim Farrelly and Adam Pinard supervise.

PICKING THE PERFECT PUMPKIN. Carol Zell makes her choice at the
Pumpkins on the Common last weekend. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

It’s election season in Massachusetts, and Carlisle is active

Outside Saturday’s Forum sponsored by the Concord-Carlisle League of Women Voters, Carlisle family members (left to right) Grace Blunt, dad Tim Blunt and Peter Blunt expressed their support for fellow Carlisle resident Jon Golnik.

Chilly temperatures could not keep Carlisle residents Sandy Scott (left) and Nancy Garden from showing their support for Niki Tsongas.

U.S. Representative candidates spoke at the LWV Forum on Saturday, October 16, at the Alcott School in Concord. Shown are (left to right) Robert Clark, Jonathan Golnik, Niki Tsongas and Dale Brown.




















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