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Friday, December 3, 2010

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More Friends and Neighbors
SOCCER SATURDAY. At the annual adult pickup soccer game organized by Scott Forsberg players include (kneeling, left to right) Andy Weinstein, Bill Pullman, Tony Marsella, Lencho Fuentes, (standing) Scott Forsberg Walter Weiss, Wells Sampson, Richard Sayde and Paul Vaneerdewegh. Missing from photo is Andy Forsberg. (Photo by Ellen Huber)



IT’S HIS 99TH! Ben Benfield, long-time Carlisle resident, cofounder of the Carlisle Conservation Foundation, Chairman of the Carlisle Conservation Commission from 1969 to 1978 and former Mosquito columnist, celebrated his birthday on Tuesday, November 30. (Photo by Ken Harte)



STRIKE UP THE BAND. Alumnus Walter Woodward (left) greets CCHS Pep Band conductor Al Dentino at the Thanksgiving football game. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)



THANKSGIVING CHEER. CCHS cheerleaders from Carlisle are (back row, left to right) Emily Ramnarine, Madi Jolly, Molly Carnathan, Emma Frodigh and Lauren Pauplis; (front row) Sydney Callahan (senior captain) and Katie Fry. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)




COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING. Twenty-seven people participated in the potluck held in Union Hall on Thanksgiving Day. For a description of the event, see the letter by Bert Williams on page 14. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

 

ELLEN MILLER REMEMBERED. Anne Marie Brako and her son Alex Sayde created the video program, Sharing Stories: an Oral History about Ellen Miller. Among her many talents, Miller was an author and Mosquito Feature Editor. Brako and Sayde showed their video at the Gleason Library on November 27. The video can be seen on CCTV and is available for loan at the library. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

 

TWELFTH MAN. The CCHS Pep Band, led by Al Dentino, supports the football team at the Thanksgiving Game. Dentino always tells the band they are the twelfth man on the team, helping the football players to win. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)

 

TIMBERRR! Beavers have been busy at the Cranberry Bog working on felling this 18- to 20-inch diameter tree. (Photo by Evan McGlinn)

 

GEEE-OLOGY! Fifth grade Cub Scouts recently completed a hiking trip through Purgatory Chasm in Sutton as part of their Geology award. (Courtesy photo)

 

 
 

 

ON TO THE SUPER BOWL. Carlisle’s Tyler Koning raises his helmet in victory after CCHS’ win over North Andover. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)

 


 





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