Thanks to all of you for sending in photos– I am going to document a few of them.
I certainly wasnt built for a tube top. Much fun with that Maryann girl. I remember that day like it was yesterday. We were on our bikes and Craig Robertson came around the corner a bit too fast and we tried to jump the curb and ended up with skinned knees. Good thing the reporter took pic first. There’s your chuckle for the day!
Stella Waugh you look awesome! And literally look the same!
Stella Waugh I loved those Buffalo sandles but they didn’t have much protection for our feet
Omg, haven’t seen or heard of Maryann since Digital
Yvonne Robillard Maryanne lives in Brockville. She was such a hoot
The best was the night her bell bottoms took on fire. At the old mississlopy.
I knew that was Stella without even looking at the caption
Great picture. eems so lomg ago. Still as beautiful as ever now.
She is my Sister-inlaw great lady and good friend I hope after this lol
I remember Alice McGregor visiting our place when I was a kid. I believe that her husband was Clarence McGregor. Its crazy how our memories cane be triggered by a simple picture.
My Granny Mary Stevens – she was a woman before her time ! I miss her so much !
So remember Mary esp. when I was a kid!!
Cheerleader Louisa Leach (McMunn)
Cindy Black – Billing sporting the white visor
Stephanie Yuill in there too
Kevin Billing that’s a blast from the past!! How many would go back to being a teenager
Chris Hall (in back with umbrella)?
So much fun!! At first glance I thought that was me on the end!
I see so many faces I recognize: Tim Moore, Jeanette Gallipeau, Stephanie Yuill, Allison Fitzgerald, etc. Flashback for sure.
It might be me. How did you guess it was me?
My father and his great staff!
Deb Bigras thank you Deb, your dad was one of the best as a person and a boss, loved him.
Deborah Menard. Your dad is in this pic.
Cindy Black – Billing. Morley Black too
There was a lovely gentleman that used to walk down our road every day – lovely man and his name was Ervie Crawford !
We had just moved to Carleton Place shortly before this …Great town great people
Before they moved here they had a little white wood building on bell street I remember going there with my dad Marty Desarmia
An amazing, dedicated group