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II,l,,!,J .... I1,111.11 ..... I1,,I,II1,,,I,,I,,,I,1,11,,,1,,!1 'i Weekly Newspaper Established 1926 Dedicated to a Better Carlisle Official Vol 85 No. 40 Carlisle, Iowa 50047 EMAIL:carlislecitizen @ (515) 989-0525 Thursday, October 7, 2010 ! 2010 Pumpkinfest Performing Arts Boosters 1st Ribbon Cutting at Hartford Saturday, October 23rd Annual Dodgeball Tournament Upper Elementary t The Performing Arts Boost- tumes, and spectators. We t ors will be holding the will beourconcessionstand An antique tractor S~ow has been added to the day's events. This will be from 10:00 am to 4:00 pro. At the new antique tractor museum. Also a book sale at the city li- brary from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm has been added. The costume parade will begin at 5:00 pm with prizes for the best costume in different age groups. Everyone and anyone are welcome to participate. We are request- ing no motor vehicles. So if you want to decorate a wheel barrel, child's wagon, etc. You are welcome to join us. Or if you have a favorite pet, bring it along with you. Live music presented by the respect for the blues group will be a highlight for the evening. This is a group of eight of our local high school students. They play Chi- cago style blues along with music from Mustang Sally, Blues Brothers and others. Music will start following the parade. Free games, trunk or treat and a chance to have your picture taken in the live pumpkin patch will all happen from 5:30-7:00 pm. There will also be scare story telling at the Randleman House. A free hayrack ride will take you there and back. The pumpkinfest is sponsored by the Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce. Watch future Carlisle Citizen's for more details or call 515-402-1008 if you are interested in participating in any way. Last Middle School Post Game Rally of the Football Season Tomorrow October 8th The fun will begin at 9:00 when the doors of the Family Life Center open. The Rally is over at 10:30. There will be music, activi- ties, and a concession stand with snacks. Admission is just $3. This Rally is for Carlisle Middle School (6th, 7th, " 8~ grades) students ONLY! This event is hosted by the Carlisle Methodist Chxtrch Youth ASP Mission Group. lstAnnual Dodgeball Tour- as well. Admission $2.00 for I nament October 9% 6pro @spectators and $12.00 per 6 the High School Gym. person team. For MIDDLE Please join us as we are en- SCHOOL STUDENTS, con- tertained by the MIDDLE tact Ms. Howland for team SCHOOL students, that entry. will be playing. We are look- If you have any questions ing forward to a great turn- please call Jennifer Olson out with original teams, cos- 490-8010. i i i: Middle School Magazine Sales !i The annual middle school http:~, click on ~ ! magazine sale will begin on shop now, and enter our THE CARLISLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ! Thursday, October 13. school code: 425008932. held a Ribbon Cutting ceremony recently following an Open Please consider renewing: Our school retains 40% of House to celebrate the newly updated Carlisle School Fa- any subscriptins YU al" every subscriptin dllarcility in Hartfrd" Since the summer f 2009' $2"9 millinii ready receive through this purchased through this pro- of renovations and additions have been added to the Hart- middle school fundraiser, gram. These funds directly See your favorite middlebenefit students through school student to place an our PBIS character educa- order, or do it online. Just tion program, support of our go to the QSP website, student council, and sup- port special project needs. Final Pick Up for Wildcat Apparel The Carlisle Athletic Booster Club will be set up by 6:00 on Friday night at the final home football game of the sea- son. Please stop by to pick up your membership apparel. If you cannot make it, please make special arrangements . with Rod Smith at 971-8588 or Rhonda Ermler 989-0855; otherwise merchandise will be put back for resale. We appreciate your support for our Athletes. MARK YOUR CALENDAR THURSDAY, OCT. 7 HARTFORD LODGE - 7:30 p.m. MIDDLE SCHOOL CONFERENCES - 4-8 p.m. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL - @ADM, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY, OCT. 8 VARSITY FOOTBALL- Home, vs. Norwalk, 7:30 p.[n. SATURDAY, OCT. 9 MAYOR'S COFFEE - 8 a.m., Moe's Joe FAMILY FUN TIME - Carlisle Library, 10:30-11 a.m. DBPSA - 2 p.m., Lutheran Hospital SUNDAY, OCT. 10 ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE mtg. 5:30 MONDAY, OCT. 11 COLUMBUS DAY WEIGHT WATCHERS - Weigh-in 5 p.m., p.m. AMERICAN LEGION - 7 p.m. CARLISLE COUNCIL - 6:30 p.m. SCHOOL BOARD - 7:00 p.m. AA - Baber Automotive, Hartford, 8 p.m. TUESDAY, OCT. 12 TOPS MORNING - Weigh-in 8 a.m., mtg. 9 a.m. TOPS EVENING - Weigh-in 6 p.m., mtg. 6:30 p.m. QUILT & FIBER GROUP - Carlisle City Hall, 9-4 p.m. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Noon VARSITY VOLLEYBALL - Home, vs. Boone, 7 p,m. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13 STORYTIME - Carlisle Library, 10:30-11 a.m. EARLY SCHOOL DISMISSAL - 1 p.m. ford Upper Elementary. This included 38,342 square feet of renovated space and an addition of 8,000 square feet. All of these changes were made possible by the Statewide one cent sales tax recently passed. In addition, the PTO, headed by Jen Rowray, was in- strumental in a fundraising project for the addition of the new playground equipment behind the school building. Over $57,000 was raised. Volunteers helped to erect this equipment to add the much needed playground for the children. Stop by sometime and take a look! The children now have a very nice place to spend their recess time. iJ The Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce and the entire community are proud of these recent projects completed by the Carlisle Community School District. Pictured for the Ribbon Cutting are some staff and stu- dents that attend this facility along with School Board Member, Susan James, holding the scissors, Dr. Tom Lane, Supt of the Carlisle Schools, second row on the right and Greg Gruss, President of the Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce holding the ribbon on the right. Bunco For Breast Cancer Was A Great Success! Thank you to all who attended and donated to Breasr Cancer for Bunco! $945 was raised for Breast Cancer Re- search. A special THANK YOU to the Carlisle Citizen for free advertising and the City of Carlisle for donating the use of the Community Building. Jennifer Olson and Deb SmaUey are walking 60 miles in 3 days to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research. If you are interested in donating, please contact .~ hem~, &em~ifex,. Dlstm. ~,90,8010 m:,,I]ek,~tle~ ~410t17, .......... ': i !; i'i !! i'i