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Friday, November 12, 2010

GLEA-FUL SOUND. Gleason Library celebrated new Sunday hours with music from the band Equinox on November 7. Shown are (left to right) Steve Boor, Harvey Nosowitz and Mike Travisano. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

Carlisle School project kicks into new gear

The building project at the Carlisle School has moved into a new phase. Requests for contractor and subcontractor qualification (RFQ) submissions were advertised, and a contractor prequalification subcommittee was created at the October 28 Carlisle School Building Committee (SBC) meeting. Statements of qualification (SOQs), due by November 2, have been received ...more

CEF offers capital campaign for Carlisle School renovation

Carlisle Education Foundation (CEF) member Peg Gladstone told the Carlisle School Committtee (CSC) on November 3 that the foundation would like to do a capital fundraising campaign in support of the upcoming school renovation. Specifically, CEF would like to raise funds for the new school building, the science and engineering lab and the new multi-purpose room. ...more

Happy Trails: A walk down Two Rod Road

Most Carlisle residents are familiar with Estabrook Woods – the field research area for the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University and one of the largest tracts of undeveloped woodland within 30 miles of Boston. The varied terrain within the woods provides several distinct areas to explore. A large central wetland (Cedar Swamp) runs north-south ...more

Alcohol, drugs remain a concern at CCHS

Alcohol and drug abuse by teens continues to be a concern. Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) Principal Peter Badalament and School Nurse Christine DeBruzzi spoke with the Mosquito about approaches the high school is taking to deal with the problem and offered tips for parents of teens. ...more

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