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Before my father gives everyone a lecture, let's remember that the pool was the Twin Village pool because both communities of Dodgeville and Hebronville worked together, raised money and as a community built the pool together. The playground was Tilda B. Stone Memorial Park although the last time I was there the basketball courts and ballfields were gone.

Hopefully I have gotten it right or else I'm due a lecture from Dad. It was a nice area to grow up in, alot of great memories as a kid and then later as a. When I get back to town we tend to check out what has become of the pool and surrounding area. It's always nice to hear nice things about our old neighborhood.

There were a lot of good families in the area and I wish them well. I'll be sure to pass on the kind thoughts and mesages to my family. I've been a Sears fan for along time. My first pair of rollerskates came from Sears, still have them.

It doesn't surprise me that they are treating the men and women serving this great country with respect and dignity. What does surprise me is how few other companies are doing the same. Americans support these businesses, they should support Americans. Sears has always been a proud American flag waver.

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I'm proud I've always shopped there, as my parents did before me and my children do now. By the way, my husband and I are both Vietnam veterans. He was Army and I was a Navy medic. Thank you, Sears, for making us proud.

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An alphabetical directory of out-of-town and local visitors to the Guestbook follows the comments. Comments remain posted for at least a month and are printed periodically as Letters from Home on the Opinion s of The Sun Chronicle.

A note on style: Please do not send entries or names in all capital letters or in all lower-case letters. This is to Karen Crowley. I was reading some of the letters and saw your name come up. I do remember you in the days at the Dodgeville Pool when you were the lifeguard. Those were the days, and I do remember all of your sisters. I am not sure what happened to Michael. I remember him very well.

He was the sweetest boy at the pool. I remember arts and craft day with him. I spent many times at your house with Jamie and Dana. I am living in FL now I have two boys, Sean, who is 21, he is in the army, and my baby, Nick, who is They are great boys, and I have a wonderful husband, Doug. My mom lives here, too. She is doing great. I would like to get in touch with Jjamie, so give her my e-mail and please keep in touch.

I really enjoy reading about the real good all days, not this junk that some people put on here. The Dodgeville days were the best. Hi All! And if you missed the parts about the T-shirts, Claire's Casuals in Attleboro has them. Mom is visiting me now in MD, and we went through those pictures, and dredged up some great memories!

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Read the GB there. It's a hoot! Especially about the guy who got taken on the Rocky Point rollercoaster when he was little, and at 46 has never been on one again because of it! Mom remembers all the TI outings there, us freezing by the sea wall eating those awesome clamcakes, but never moving out of the wind, even after all the napkins blew away. Also at Cholly's falling in the water at the boats, and those fries! It is all just great memories now.

Karen: I was thinking about Heather. We hung out together around Hebronville - Tiffany Street. I would love to hear from her. My sympathy also to you and your family on your loss. I remember Michael, too. We used to joke around with him and hit some balls out in the yard. Nice area though. I don't envy you living in Texas. I just got back from Florida two days ago. Too hot for me!

Hello, Karen Crowley. My family grew up along with yours. My brother David was in your class, Heather and I were in school together and my sister Christine went to school with Jamie. I think the Cutlers and the Crowleys were two of the bigger families in town. So sorry to hear of Micheal's passing, he was a terrific.

Where is everyone now? Are any of the gang still in Attleboro? Cyndy, I just move from Nashua, N. Also we were there two years before that. Wish I didn't sell our house. Boy, did the housing go up the last time we got there. We used to live in Portsmouth also. Spent 12 years alltogether up there when I was in the service. Have you ever had a Moe's sub, in Portsmouth? I think when we call it quits on all the moving we do, we will end up in Vermont. My favorite thing at Capron Park was Women want nsa Northfield Falls Vermont.

I used to watch him for hours. Plus scratching the buffulo between the horns through the fence. Cyndy, not sure who owned it, it was right across from Fernandes on South Main. I grew up in Attleboro, from. Karen: I worked at Attleboro Printing and Embossing in and maybe into As far as interesting chacters … oh, the stories I could tell, both inside the building as well as outside.

I worked in shipping and receiving. At times I worked up on the 5th floor. At least I think it was the 5th. My girlfriend was working there so I'd go up to visit from time to time. It was ungodly hot down there and the spiders were as big as dogs. Cyndy, which sister? Heather, Jamie, Dana or Rachel? Please let me know and I'll be happy to pass it along. Mike G. I spent so many summers there on the playground and in the swimming pool, or just under a shady tree with a book on a hot summer afternoon.

I remember that playground being loaded with kids - no parents anywhere, it was a different world and time.

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The snack stand where you could get a chocolate ice cream cone Bliss Brothers, of course or a frozen candy bar or popcorn. And Cottage Bakery - where all our birthday cakes would come from. Do you remember Murray's Donut shop in the center of town, too? My dad knew the owner and on Sunday mornings would stop and see him and come home with a special treat - a bag of "donut holes" - hot and shaken with sugar - free of course, 'cause they were just "scraps"!

Karen: I think it may have been your sister I was friends with. I'd love to hear from her. My e-mail address is below click on my name. My brother was friends with one of the sons Gary. They lived on Pike Avenue. Carter also worked at AHS in '70s - culinary arts teacher. In light of all of our soldiers returning from Iraq and Afganistan, please go to www.

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It's a great cause and a great way to say thank you to the troops. In response to the Letter to the editor regarding "wounding words," I ask Mr. Scales and Mr. Andrade, what do the letters A. If my memory serves me correctly, the "wounding word" in question is symbolized on your letterhead. With the greatest respect and admiration for the work you and your organization do, I suggest you offer us an alternate "word," or become a little less thin skinned.

Do any of you remember the Cottage Bakery? Used to walk miles with 6 cents just for a choclate doughnut. Sledding and ice skating at Capron Park. And talk about a small world, when I arrived in Vietnam I met one of the Turcotts leaving for home the same day. Al, you have the Crowleys of Attleboro wondering when you worked at Attleboro Printing and Embossing and what floor? Most of us spent time there seven of us starting in the early '70s.

We have many fond moments of things going on out on the street. Definitely some interesting characters in the building as well on the outside. Congratulations to Larry Fitton, my old friend from City Hall. I worked there in I love the portrait!

He always had a cute joke or some quip to make us laugh.

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