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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Sesquicentennial Queens - Town Pool - 1952

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Hard to believe these
Canonsburg's Sesquicentennial Queen contestants at the Town Pool in 1952 are now in their 70's.

Can anybody help track down any of the above pictured beauties toward getting an interview for posting on the blog.

Friday, July 20, 2007

Re: Canonsburg Friends Blog

Hi Lou, it is great to hear from a fellow CBG transplant and glad you enjoyed your visit to the Canonsburg Friends Blog.

Participating in the blog is pretty easy. Anybody can view the blog by directly accessing the URL:,
(so spread the word to you all your CBG friends)

Once you register and respond to the subsequent invite(validation), you may post and comment. There are a number of ways to post, the easiest is by email. Simply including the blog's email address in any email you wish to post. (Note the blog's email address in the CC list of this response). You can comment on any particular post by clicking on comment found at the end of each post.

Hopefully this will help, please let me know.

Look forward to hearing from and learning more about you.

Dick Garboski
1978 Havenwood Drive
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

----- Original Message ----
From: Lou Sculuca
To: rpgarboski
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2007 12:03:13 PM
Subject: Canonsburg News

Mr. Dick Garboski,
I hope you don't mind me sending you this email. My name is Lou Sculuca and I am from Canonsburg but now residing in Colton, California. I graduated from Canon-McMillan in 1963. I came across your blog while doing a search about Canonsburg. It has really brought back memories. In particular I enjoyed the photo of the Greek float. Even though I was about 6 years old I grew up knowing most of the people in the picture.
Since I have never participated in a blog, I was wondered how to go about doing it? I registered but that's as far as I got. Could you help me.
Lou Sculuca
Colton, CA 92324

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Wednesday, July 11, 2007

East End Kids 1952

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Most definitely, I will post to both.


From: Dave DeLanie
To: Dick Garbowski

Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2007 9:24:19 AM

Subject: East End Kids - 1952

I always thought this one should be on the blog or with the centennial pic's. There are a lot of familiar name's listed at the bottom..

What you think ??

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