Looking back

There are 2 comments on the Courier Standard story from May 24, 2012, titled Looking back. In it, Courier Standard reports that:

From the C-S-E files - Down Memory Lane - The first overnight camporee of the Canajoharie Local Council of Girl Scouts, favored by ideal weather and excellent leadership, Saturday, June 6, 1964, at Fort Klock was a huge success - an impressive total of 112 girls and 21 adults attending.

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Mrs Hawkings

United States

#1 May 24, 2012
Oh yeah, the good old days. When there were lots of factory jobs and plenty of drinking.
Now its debt, chronic unemployment, strollers and pimpernals from out of town with drugs in their poop chutes.
Thank god for cable TV.
trump1970

United States

#2 Jun 4, 2012
Mrs Hawkings wrote:
Oh yeah, the good old days. When there were lots of factory jobs and plenty of drinking.
Now its debt, chronic unemployment, strollers and pimpernals from out of town with drugs in their poop chutes.
Thank god for cable TV.
i love it. You hit the nail on the head

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