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January 18, 2019
Taking advantage of recent cold, dry weather, kids skate after school on the Recreation Commission’s new rink set up in the Kimball Farm parking lot. A supply of hockey sticks is available for skaters to use. Left to right are Jack Flannelly, Alexa Keene and Catherine Richardson. (Photo by Betsy Fell)
State Representative Tami Gouveia (center) is holding public office hours at Ferns every other Friday, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Meeting with her on January 11 are (left to right) Cindy Nock, Bob Wallhagen and Council on Aging Director David Klein. (Photo by Marjorie Johnson)
Police Chief John Fisher joined (left to right) Dana Booth, Peter Cullinane and Charlie Forsberg for a hearty Men’s Breakfast made by chef Dana Smith and hosted by the COA. (Photo by Jenn Emanuel)
THEY’VE GOT RHYTHM.
Tapping together at tap dance class in Union Hall on Monday are (left to right) Donna Duren, Marcia Marlow, Siri Smedvig and teacher Katrina Rotondi. (Photo by Marjorie Johnson)
Tony Cotroneo (left) and Mike Enwright chat during the “Senior Moments” coffee organized by the Council on Aging at Ferns on Monday.
(Photo by Beth Clarke)
PLANNING THE NEXT MOVE.
Clara Dunning (center) looks thoughtful as she
skates with her dad Aaron by her side at the Recreation Commission’s ice rink
in the Kimball Farm parking lot on Bedford Road. (Photo by Marjorie Johnson)
“HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING?”
Soloists at the Carlisle Community Chorus concert on Tuesday night were (left) Sammi Gervais and (right) Joe Kidder. They performed “Song for the Mira,” with lyrics adapted for Carlisle by Jen and Ellie Kidder. (Photo by Beth Clarke)