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I went to school in St. Anthony in 1962-64 Grades 10 and 11. The first year of my schooling the Harriot Curtis Collegiate opened and it was very exciting. Max Matthews was the principal. I graduated from Curtis in 1964. Enjoyed the town and the friends I made.
Also I served on the Federation of Municipalities Executive as Community Councils' Representative with former Mayor and Northern Vice President, Joe Ollerhead - a very intellectual representative. Very nice web page.

Added: March 1, 2012
From: Brampton, Ontario


Grew up in St. Anthony during 50s & 60s, married one of the guys from "the base". My mother, Lottie (Carpenter) Patey, worked at the hospital with Dr. Grenfell and Dr. Curtis and often told the story of Dr. Grenfell being trapped on the ice.
I still get homesick after all these years when I think of 'back home'.

Added: February 27, 2012
From: St Anthony


Home is where the heart is Can't wait to go home in July for come home year to see everyone!!!!

Added: February 7, 2012
From: Burin originally (FL now)


My mother and aunt - Maude and Ellen Casey both worked at SA Hospital in the 1930s I believe - Maude (95) still has wonderful stories of Dr. Grenfell. Hoping to visit with my daughter this summer.
Ellen (O'Neill) Mahoney

Added: January 26, 2012
From: Wilder, Vermont, USA


I worked at IGA in 1968-69 and it was one of the most memorable periods of my life. Looking at this website has made me a little homesick for St. Anthony and all the wonderful people I met there.

Added: January 20, 2012
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