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So that is something to talk about around the water cooler here where I live. It was so good and I remember my brother's looking in the parking lot for my Mom for receipts that people would throw away. I played the cello at Hawthorn from fourth grade till six grade. 😀 I went to St Rose of Lima for first through eighth grade even though I can see Hawthorne from my front stoop. The Candy Store in that shopping center represented a special treat because being there meant my parents didn't know we had strayed so far away.
I would of never guess that 20 years or so I was gonna leave, but I have made a new home. So if anyone is from class of 1975 and you are still living either on your old street or still in Massapequa some where... She got some kind of discount or something for saving receipts. I never had any of the teachers mentioned so far, but I did have Mr Holdridge in Berner HS. " I sold cases of oranges ad grapefruit until I saw them in my dreams! I remember buying Comics and balsa wood planes there and people having ice cream sodas at the counter.
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I will always be proud of Massapequa and miss it very much (but don't miss the snow). I miss the food, All American hamburgers, the local pizza and Chinese restaurants, the ice cream shop on Broadway near the train tracks... Remember she'd pack up the car with the gang and off to tobay we would go! I remember that Massapequa Park would give out poster paint and brushes. I was in the A Cappella choir at Berner till we moved to Tucson. Would you hapoen to have any idea what became of Mr And Mrs Bosco, formerly Miss Stanco before she married him? Freedom Land closed in 1964 and I was only 2 at the time.
I catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. Donna unfortunately is batteling cancer we're keeping our fingers crossed that she beats it. We had to go from store to store downtown asking permission to paint a Halloween scene on their window or doors. I always got Sam's Barbershop and other kids would get mad because they wanted it. I was in the regional company of Up With People while I was in school there. My older brother though is 8 yrs older than me and always talks about it.