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" and if the answer was "yes" I knew that I was not really going to be ill. We live in a different state now but he knows all about my memories of Massapequa Park...I didn't appreciate them, of course, when I was growing up but, now that I am a Medicare card-carrying senior, my childhood and my early memories are so sweet.I attended Summer Rec at Fairfield that summer and remember crying because I missed too many days and they wouldn't let me be in the production. When we were very small and my parents would go out on a Sat. In high school and after we would go and eat there and get the bar pie.... Yes the others are good as well but I don't think I have ever had any as good as Musicaros. Personally I recall being in a cafe in North Carolina and seeing All American burger and fries bags framed on the wall.One of the counselors took me to the kitchen and we ate ice cream out of the carton. My grandfather died and we had to find a house with an apartment so my grandmother could live with us. From fourth grade until I graduated from high school I remained in the Shores. No longer did I have the connections to the people that were such good friends. I guess when you put it all together, I was very fortunate to have my three Massapequas because I have such fond memories of all of them. My children grew up in Virginia and I don't think their memories of childhood are rich as mine were. Does anyone remember the pictures on the wall of the Miss Reingold girls. The owner was of course a Massapequa native and reported that at least five times every week someone new would recognize the bags and All American stories would be shared. Did some research and I think the critical issue was the District wanting teachers to contribute

" and if the answer was "yes" I knew that I was not really going to be ill. We live in a different state now but he knows all about my memories of Massapequa Park...I didn't appreciate them, of course, when I was growing up but, now that I am a Medicare card-carrying senior, my childhood and my early memories are so sweet.I attended Summer Rec at Fairfield that summer and remember crying because I missed too many days and they wouldn't let me be in the production. When we were very small and my parents would go out on a Sat. In high school and after we would go and eat there and get the bar pie.... Yes the others are good as well but I don't think I have ever had any as good as Musicaros. Personally I recall being in a cafe in North Carolina and seeing All American burger and fries bags framed on the wall.One of the counselors took me to the kitchen and we ate ice cream out of the carton. My grandfather died and we had to find a house with an apartment so my grandmother could live with us. From fourth grade until I graduated from high school I remained in the Shores. No longer did I have the connections to the people that were such good friends. I guess when you put it all together, I was very fortunate to have my three Massapequas because I have such fond memories of all of them. My children grew up in Virginia and I don't think their memories of childhood are rich as mine were. Does anyone remember the pictures on the wall of the Miss Reingold girls. The owner was of course a Massapequa native and reported that at least five times every week someone new would recognize the bags and All American stories would be shared. Did some research and I think the critical issue was the District wanting teachers to contribute $1.00 per month for their dental benefits. Even tho all american was great there is still something special about a burger and fries you get at a diner. Didn't think you would remember after all these years. White, the English teacher, and active union member? Lived on East lake Avenue, then moved to s massapequa behind Bar Harbour center. I started kindergarten in Amityville because Hawthorne wasn't quite finished in 1955. Because of her, I took piano lessons and then organ lessons. Eternal love and loyalty to Hawthorn School we sing! RE Massapequa, How I MIss Thee I am guessing we were about the same age, I too loved living in Massapequa. & of course the Hawthorn School song This is in response to Bob (7/21/17). What greater dream could a bored and ready to get out senior in high school have than to arrive at school on a beautiful spring day and find out classes are cancelled until further notice due to a teacher strike!!! Stopped at the massapequa diner to show my wife Long Island diner food. We had two gym teachers, Miss Tulley and Mr Ceily who got married to each other while I was a student there. Within these halls of learning, our glad young voices ring. 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... My friend and I lied about our height so we could stand next to each other in Mixed Chorus, Girls Choir and Acapella Choir. I laughed every time someone would ask for a tissue. Then we all got together to unload the trucks when they came in. Monkey Mountain, at the zoo, was the highlight of any visit.

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" and if the answer was "yes" I knew that I was not really going to be ill. We live in a different state now but he knows all about my memories of Massapequa Park...

I didn't appreciate them, of course, when I was growing up but, now that I am a Medicare card-carrying senior, my childhood and my early memories are so sweet.

I attended Summer Rec at Fairfield that summer and remember crying because I missed too many days and they wouldn't let me be in the production. When we were very small and my parents would go out on a Sat. In high school and after we would go and eat there and get the bar pie.... Yes the others are good as well but I don't think I have ever had any as good as Musicaros. Personally I recall being in a cafe in North Carolina and seeing All American burger and fries bags framed on the wall.

.00 per month for their dental benefits. Even tho all american was great there is still something special about a burger and fries you get at a diner. Didn't think you would remember after all these years. White, the English teacher, and active union member? Lived on East lake Avenue, then moved to s massapequa behind Bar Harbour center. I started kindergarten in Amityville because Hawthorne wasn't quite finished in 1955. Because of her, I took piano lessons and then organ lessons. Eternal love and loyalty to Hawthorn School we sing! RE Massapequa, How I MIss Thee I am guessing we were about the same age, I too loved living in Massapequa. & of course the Hawthorn School song This is in response to Bob (7/21/17). What greater dream could a bored and ready to get out senior in high school have than to arrive at school on a beautiful spring day and find out classes are cancelled until further notice due to a teacher strike!!! Stopped at the massapequa diner to show my wife Long Island diner food. We had two gym teachers, Miss Tulley and Mr Ceily who got married to each other while I was a student there. Within these halls of learning, our glad young voices ring. 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... My friend and I lied about our height so we could stand next to each other in Mixed Chorus, Girls Choir and Acapella Choir. I laughed every time someone would ask for a tissue. Then we all got together to unload the trucks when they came in. Monkey Mountain, at the zoo, was the highlight of any visit.

He came home with me one day and his parents had the police out looking for him. Truth is I had a mad crush on Billy Vultagio and would never have betrayed the family trust. With the scattering of south shore Long Island natives throughout the world the legend of All American has achieved global significance including of late being a feature on the "Kevin Can Wait" sitcom.It was a lovely place to grow up with the ocean breeze in the air all the time. The first Massapequa was on the very west end of town, bordering Seaford.To the secretive author of Massapequa, how I miss thee, thank you. I lived there on top of my dad's deli until I was 6 years old. It's been over 20 years or so, but I will never forget Massapequa. 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 catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. I’m 64 years old and I can remember when I was in Miss Curtain’s kindergarten class, smelling Miss Johnson’s perfume long before I’d see her coming down the hall. Loved the trips to sing in orphanages, nursing homes and the mall! Also, the best part of going to "All American", was the rumbling of the whole potatoes, as they rolled down the steel tracks above the counter, falling into the potato slicer, and then into the fryer.

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