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Kids played together in the street, didn’t matter the age group. You had to be home when the street lights turned on. Does anyone remember South Short Federal Savings and Loan Bank on Sunrise Highway? My mother was the mortgage officer there and so many people knew my mother. I wondered if everyone in Massapequa had their mortgage at that bank. I grew up on Chicago Avenue, between Seaford Avenue and Forest Avenue, fron 1958 to 1976. I attended Raymond J. Lockhart School, Parkside Junior High School and graduated from Massapequa High School in 1970. I’ve been away since 1980 but Massapequa is still my home. Charming, romantic, magical, mystical..
There were swinging ropes and huge singalongs. It was high adventure right there in the wilds of Long Island. When I went there I remember them selling chocolate milk shakes. This is something you would never see in this day and age. Also for breakfast, delicious buns with butter and cinnamon sugar on top. The name of the Bar/Restaurant in Nassau shores was “The MainDeck” Worked there for a while but don’t remember the year. Patti, Lori, and all the older girls on my block were all good to me and were pivotal toward my having a positive view of women. Mrs Rooney may have been Miss S before she married.
We would ride our bikes all over Nassau Shores back then. When we got to about age 14 some friends. Who lived on the canal or bay, were allowed to take out their parents boats. Had a lot of fun clamming and riding around.
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Our guest speaker was Lauren Falco from the American Cancer Society. Lauren talked about one of their fundraisers, Relay for Life. She discussed how the program works and how to sponsor or participate in the program. She also talked about where the raised funds go and how they help people suffering with cancer. Our 50/50 rafflestill has not been won… so that brings our total to $830.00 if a club member should win! We had a fantastic meeting yesterday! We began our meeting with a moment of silence for the victims of the senseless attack on a popular Orlando FL.
I especially remember a teacher named Mrs. Tchoukalas (sp?) who made a huge impression on me. After 25 successful years in the business world, I left to become a middle school teacher. I credit her with instilling the desire to work with kids. I only wish I could say thank you. Lot’s of you mention The Big Bow Wow, Dick and Dora’s, Mays Department Store, Howard Johnson’s. I remember all of them, but doesn’t anyone remember the miniature golf course next to The Big Bow Wow? My dad operated it for about 14 years. I have many fond memories–would love photos.
All the moms back then, very few worked, would watch out for whose ever kid was around your house. There were some weeks when I ate lunch at a 5 different houses, then the next week everyone was at mine. Most families had only one car and that our fathers took to work each day, so there was no quick dashing down to the market for supplies. Sure enough when our parents next went grocery shopping they would always repay the milk, eggs or sugar. I can speak for 1965 to 1990, Atlantic Ave. I have fond memories for as long as I can think back. I remember that 5th grade trip very well. Each class was on it’s own bus.