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June 28, 2019
During the summer, the Mosquito will publish on: July 12, July 26, August 9, August 30. Weekly publication resumes with the September 13 issue.
ONE GIANT LEAP...
Kathy Wasserman measures the distance traveled by Charlotte Fiorenza’s frog in the Old Home Day frog-jumping contest on Saturday, June 22. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)
BIRDS IN HAND.
Winning chickens get a lift after the Carlisle Old Home Day Pet Show on June 22. Shown are (left to right): Alexa Keene, Phoebe Zimmerman, Catherine Richardson, Cordelia Egorova, Phebe Richardson and Evelyn James. (Photo by Jenn Emanuel)
Several middle school kids helped out at the Strawberry Festival on June 20. Shown are (left to right): Kamala Bose, Orla Moroney, Aidan Moroney and Skylar MacDonald. (Photo by Beth Clarke)
GOOD TO THE LAST DROP.
Peter Bunce enjoys a spoonful of strawberry shortcake at the Stawberry Festival at Union Hall on Thursday, June 20. (Photo by Beth Clarke)
AND THEY’RE OFF!
A packed field of runners begins the one mile race for the gold. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)
Zoey Mokhtar (right) and her dad Jawad decide on which books to buy at the Gleason Library Used Book Sale on Old Home Day on June 22. (Photo by Susan Curll)
The Carlisle Congregational Church served a free pancake breakfast on Old Home Day. Left to right are: Deb Weibley, Deb Pichulo and Pastor Steve Weibley. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
YOU’VE GOT THIS.
Officer Paul Smith gives high fives to members of the Carlisle Fire Department as they pass through the rotary during the Old Home Day 1-mile road race. (Photo by Leslie Kmiec)
During Old Home Day, middle-schoolers (left to right) Katherine Rolfe, Claire and Jenny Shaughnessy peruse the Friends of the Gleason Library Book Sale for good summer reading options.
(Photo by Susan Curll)