Thanks to everyone for the hard work and great planning for the annual picnic. Will see you this year!
bev hopfner said:July 26, 2011 5:36 am PST
stopped by to say hello to all the old friends from the hood. hope to see you all at the yac picnic of 2011, i'll be there in all my glory, lol!
Bill Czech said:July 19, 2011 12:56 pm PST
IM STILL WILD AND WOOLY AND FULL OF FLEAS,,NEVER BEEN CURLY BELOW MY KNEES...HOPE EVERYONE IN THE ARCHDALE NEIGHBORHOOD IS DOING WELL..
John Oates said:January 9, 2011 9:31 am PST
Please continue to sign the guestbook. But now your posts won't be automatic. We have been crashed by spammers and I will now have to approve your guestbook comments until who ever is doing this is tired of it. Thanks in advance
Judy Hebert said:August 18, 2010 3:34 pm PST
Guess I missed the boat!!!! I recently, on Aug 6th, had lunch with Pat O'Hare (married Lee Carmona) and JoAnne Kivimaki (married Paul Molin). I mentioned the YAC picnic to the girls and suggested that we attend this year, as soon as I could find the date and place. (Seems in the past the picnic has been held in September) Well, the rest is history. Maybe next year. JoAnne and I lived on Gilchrist; Pat on Winthrop. JoAnne and I have been best friends for many a moon. We have kept contact with our best and dear friends, Margaret Dekun and Maureen Verloove; see them on a regular basis. (they also lived on Gilchrist) I have attend two previous picnics - once with my sister Yvonne Hebert and her friend Nancy Campbell - JoAnne and I attend in the early 90's. Hope we receive notification for next years event. Yvonne does receive a flier announcing the date and place, however, she forget to let me know. Enjoyed the memories and pictures ~ a great big THANKS!!!
PS Pat and I attended IHM and Henry Ford, Yvonne IHM, Coffey and Henry Ford. JoAnne, Margaret, and Maureen attended Bow, Coffey and Ford.
JoAnne, Margaret and I lived across the street from the "YoYo King" anyone remember Bobbie Rule ~ he was a lot older than we were ~ or so it seemed at the time. Bobbie had a wonderful talent for swinging that Duncan, he could make it walk, dance and talk....and then some.
Saw Linda Wilson today, she attended Ford and lived on Huntington, south of 7 Mile and west of Southfield. Linda married Jack Coppola.