Parker reflects on regional transition
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#1 Sep 21, 2010
I have to say reading this has mad me sad. I have so many memories there. I went to Ayer High in the 80's. and was there when the asbestos happend. and was shipped off to Fort Devens. It was alot of fun and I enjoyed it.. It was like going to collage. at least for me it was.. this school played a big part in my life and it's going to be missed by me and many others..I made lots of friends there. that to this very day I till talk to.sorry to here that it wont be there for many other kids that could call this school home...
#2 Sep 22, 2010
i thinked its messed up that shirley is sleezing off of ayer and has no high school,no fireworks.
#3 Sep 22, 2010
It will still be there for the kids of Ayer and Shirley like it always has, it will just have a slightly different name. Log on to the school website for more info.
#4 Mar 11, 2013
I, too, went to Ayer HS from 1980 to 1983 when I graduated. Made a ton of great friends who I still talk with frequently. I remember the asbestos fiasco very well as it happened my senior year...never got to go out on the "quad." I moved away and was not aware this was going on.
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