Annie King marries Andrew Hunter
Sarah and Wells Sampson of Acton Street are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Annie King, to Andrew Hunter of Cumberland, Maine. The couple was married on August 10 at the Canterbury Shaker Village in Canterbury, New Hampshire, joined by the extended Hunter, Sampson and King families.
Annie and Andrew are both graduates of Tufts University, (undergrad in 2014 and masters in 2015). They are avid hikers and met through the Tufts Mountain Club. Both are teachers. Annie taught 2nd grade for three years at the Neighborhood House Charter School in Dorchester, and now teaches 3rd grade at the Williams-Cone School in Topsham, Maine. Andrew taught high school American History at Nashoba Regional High School in Bolton for three years, and now teaches history at the Chewonki Foundation’s Maine Coast Semester Program in Wiscasset, Maine.
Annie attended the Carlisle Public Schools, K-8, and graduated from CCHS in 2010. Andrew graduated from Greeley High School in Cumberland, Maine, also in 2010.
The couple now resides in Wiscasset at the Chewonki Foundation with their cat Charlie, and they enjoy summers free to explore our country’s National Parks!
Kathryn Wight weds Frank Krimowski
The marriage of Kathryn Elizabeth Wight and Frank Michael Krimowski (formerly of Carlisle) took place on Saturday, April 6, 2019, at Cannon Memorial Chapel in Richmond, Virginia. The Rev. Dr. Craig Kocher officiated the ceremony. A reception followed at the Boathouse at Rocketts Landing.
Our Carlisle family members were instrumental in making the celebration a memorable occasion and are pictured (left to right): Ella Wessling, Ron Redfern, Jane Redfern, Jaime Wight, Kathryn Wight, Frank Krimowski, Sue Wight, Harry Wight.
Kathryn and Frank reside in Concord, Massachusetts, with their chocolate lab, Penner.
Our sympathy to . . .
Kathleen McDonough and Scott Batchelder of Maple Street on the death of Scott’s father, Loring E. Batchelder of Lexington. He passed away peacefully at home, on November 26, at the age of 92. Batchelder was a WWII veteran who loved golf, bird watching and wood carving.
Alex and Sara Vuckovic, of Rutland Street, on the loss of Alex’s mother, Mila Alexander of Concord, on November 27. She was 89 years old.
|YOUNG VOLUNTEERS. On Saturday, November 16, the Carlisle Creators 4-H Club volunteered at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA) at Nevins Farm in Methuen. Pictured (left to right) are Alex Mastromarino, Charles Mastromarino, Graham Alderson, Aidan Moroney, Spencer Zimmerman, Michaela Gambino, Orla Moroney, and Flora Alderson. The kids cleaned barn stalls and replenished food and water for horses, goats, pigs, poultry, and more, all while learning about the farm’s mission to help animals in need.|
| RACING TO THE FINISH LINE. CCHS senior William Chaffin (right) won the Nike Regionals Northeast
boys cross-country race. Emma Kerimo came in 7th. The boys team placed 12th and the girls got 5th place. (Photo by Joe Kerimo)
• Devlin Ih, a junior at Minuteman Regional Technical High School, was accepted to play flute in the Massachusetts Educators Northeastern Senior District Festival Orchestra. He will rehearse with other musicians from the region at the Galvin Middle School in Wakefield, with a performance slated for January 11. He also received an All-State Recommendation.