The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 12, 2010

Birth

Emerson Riley Jacobs

Monica and Scott Jacobs of Yosemite National Park, California, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Emerson Riley Jacobs. Emma was born on October 20. Monica Foster Jacobs grew up in Carlisle and is a Carlisle Middle School and CCHS graduate and currently works as a graphic designer. Her husband Scott is a Law Enforcement Park Ranger at Yosemite National Park. John and Carol Foster of Nathan Lane and Jerry and Vicki Jacobs of Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, are proud to welcome their first grandchild.

THE CONCORD-CARLISLE POP WARNER FOOTBALL E TEAM had a fun season with a 7-1 record and an invitation to the Boston Baby Bowl which selects 30 of the best E teams from Eastern Massachusetts. Pictured (left to right) are front row: Sam Kalkstein, Michael Metro, Chandler Stewart, Jake Magee, Christian Gemelli, Griffi n Therrien, Tyler Small; second row: Cam Fries, Danny Harrington, Xander Caulfield, Gray Hussey, Casey Granahan, Cole Pascucci, Dante Karmen, Carter Ridick, David Berman. Coaches: Leon Small, Keith Therrien, Scott Metro, Steve Pascucci and Mark Ridick. (Courtesy photo)

Irene Blake of Lowell Street, who has served as Assistant to the Town Clerk for the past 14 years or so, will be retiring soon. When she started, Blake worked with the late Sarah Andreassen. Blake continued on as assistant when Charlene Hinton became Town Clerk. Blake has been a cheerful and helpful presence in the Town Hall and we wish her well in her retirement. ∆

• Carlisle Town Counsel Paul DeRensis was named in November 2010 as one of 2010’s New England Super Lawyers along with two other members of his firm, Deutsch Williams Brooks DeRensis & Holland, P.C. The list of 2010 Super Lawyers is assembled by Thomson Reuters in conjunction with Boston Magazine based on peer nominations by attorneys, independent research conducted by the Thomson Reuters research staff, and peer evaluations by practice area across the six New England states aimed at selecting as Super Lawyers the top 5% of New England attorneys in more than 60 practice areas and reflects both peer recognition and professional achievement verified through careful selection process to determine New England’s best.

DeRensis’ practice is concentrated in the area of municipal law, and he was one of only 11 lawyers given recognition as a Super Lawyer in the government/cities/municipalities law area throughout the six state New England region. DeRensis has achieved recognition as a government/cities/municipalities “super lawyer” six times, in 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009 and now 2010.

DeRensis is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, and is admitted to practice in New York and Massachusetts and in various federal courts including the United States Supreme Court. He serves as Town Counsel to a number of Massachusetts municipalities. DeRensis has served as Carlisle’s town Counsel since 1999. ∆

NUTCRACKER SWEET. Kiley Harris of School Street, an eighth grader at the Carlisle School, will be dancing the role of a party girl in the upcoming New England Civic Ballet production of The Nutcracker at the Rogers Center at Merrimack College. Performances are Friday, Dec. 10 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. Tickets may be purchased online at www.newenglandcivicballet.org or by calling the dance
studio at 1-978-975-0289. (Courtesy photo)

Jeremy T. Mestancik of Indian Hill earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, on September 1. ∆

Outstanding CCHS art students recognized

Outstanding CCHS art students were chosen to participate in an art exhibition featuring area schools held at the Parsons Gallery of the Lexington Arts and Crafts Society in Lexington. Carlisle students were Maggie Prentice, Jordan Ursch, Melissa Mariano, Robert Hitchner, Lauren Tocci and Katy Scholten. ∆

Find the airplane

Eric Brandhorst of Russell Street writes: “Mosquito readers who enjoy looking at maps might find the following challenge to be fun: In Google Earth or Google Maps there is an image of a jet airplane within Carlisle that was captured when the satellite image was taken. My daughter Claire and I stumbled across it one evening. It’s about 300 feet long and is colored like a rainbow. Can you find it?” ∆


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