Thank you for the welcome and the news from Coronado. I want to send a big cheer and thanks to all my fellow volunteers at PAWS of Coronado as well. And I plan a visit home in about 6-8 months time...can't wait.
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Hi, I wanted to let you know it's official that Shorelines Gallery is moving into half of the old pharmacy building at 918 Orange Ave. Shorelines is an family owned American artisans gallery currently located in the Gaslamp Quarter. We have our fingers crossed for a July 4th opening and are so excited to be a part of the Coronado community. www.slsdgallery.com
I was doing family research when I noticed Julie Suzanne Williams states that GK Williams (Gramps) was her father. Wow! Since Gramps was my Mother's father, that makes her a long lost aunt whom I adored as a child.
hi thanks for the quick response-so i stumbled on this page by accident- im planning a trip in dec. on this page there were a couple of pics posted by Michael Griffith-his profile pic is of two boys-i think he is one of my long lost cousins-but cant seem to find him in members-just wondering if it is him..Maybe you can help me-its been about10 years since ive talked to him
Shlash 2WD Remote Control Buggy is what you guys labeled it. My buddy and I are always out on the beach running our Slashes. Its just too fun. As a matter of factwe will be going there today too! Nice website and thanx for lettin me join!
I received the bracelet in 1973. I recently came across it,so looked up Edward H Martin on the POW site learned he was released and was led to this page Hopefully he will get my message. So excited to know after forty years that he came home!
Thank you. I graduated CHS in 1969. I worked all four years at the Coronado Veterinary Hospital with doctors Smith and Malone. My experiences there were partially described in a Reader cover story in 1982. I attended CHS at the time Lou Villar was teaching there but I did not take a class from him.