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Eric Konohia Eric Konohia from FORT WASHINGTON wrote on June 6, 2024 at 11:39 pm
The 70's in Marlow Heights were EPIC and a great time to experience this area. I can remember walking from Hillcrest Heights to Iverson Mall and Marlow Heights shopping center after stopping for a slushy at Highs and a donut at John and Nancy's bakery in Hillcrest Heights Shopping Center. Those are the best memories.
Paul Bryon Jones Paul Bryon Jones from Rosemount, Minnesota wrote on January 29, 2024 at 3:06 pm
I lived in Marlow Heights, Oxon Hill and Temple Hills. I went to Elementary school at Sandymount Elementary School and John Hanson Jr. High before moving out of the area and into Northern Virginia. I remember shopping with my mother at the Marlow Heights Shopping Center and Friday nights eating at the Red Barn.
Leslie Ritter Leslie Ritter from Piney Point wrote on January 5, 2024 at 7:43 pm
Hi Everyone, I grew up on the corner of Temple Hills Road where it intersected with St. Barnabas Road. I could see the Red Barn from my front window. I went to Temple Hills Elementary, Roger B. Taney Jr. High, and Potomac High School (78). I have very fond memories of spending time at the Temple Hills Rec Center, the Temple Hills Swim Club, attending church at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, and the Tucker Road Ice Rink. The Marlow Heights carnival was always the big event of the summer, and it was always a treat to eat at the Hot Shoppes Cafeteria, or at the soda fountain at Woolworths. I still live in Maryland and would love to hear from some of my childhood friends.
Suriya Suriya from LA, CA wrote on March 30, 2023 at 9:20 pm
Hi Chuck, I would like to provide you with class photos from Silver Hill, Panorama, Sandymount, and Barnaby Manor. I attended all these schools and graduated from Potomac in 1978. If I recall, your sister Sharon was also known as Coco. Your web page sure brings back a lot of memories. I remember the old wooden foot bridge and catching tadpoles and frogs in the creek below. Let me know if you need anything else. Thank you...
Lynda Yates Leimbach Lynda Yates Leimbach from Harpers ferry wrote on January 7, 2023 at 11:59 am
It is such a great idea to have this group. I was initially born in Washington DC then moved to Glass Manor Maryland and from there to Temple hills Maryland. I left off of Fisher road. I'm a graduate of crossland high School 1967. My husband, Bob Leimbach, a graduate of crossland 67 as well. He grew up in Marlow heights. So many memories of hanging out at hot shop jr's., Going to the super Chief Drive-In, ABC Drive-In, and Marshall Hall. My husband played for the silver Hill Little League and baseball and football. We both have so many great memories of growing up in that area. It was really a great place. Thank you so much for keeping it alive with this group.. I have been trying to locate a Donna Butler who lived off of Fisher road through Facebook I have been able to locate and keep in contact with a lot of our high school classmates. Again so many great memories
Angela Daniels Angela Daniels from Columbia, SC wrote on January 4, 2023 at 12:01 pm
Growing up in Hillcrest Heights/Marlow Heights was the best childhood! We walked everywhere and didn’t have a care. I’m in my 50s and still miss those days. Hello to all my 25th Place neighbors!
Debbie Seifert Debbie Seifert from Wills Point TX wrote on January 3, 2023 at 11:06 pm
We grew up in Birchwood City. We lived in 3 different houses there. On Colony Road we had about 20-27 friends on our street. We would play “King of the Hill”, kick ball, hide and seek. There was never a dull moment! Do you remember the house by the park that had the Doberman’s watching guard??
Mark Casey Mark Casey from Kremmling wrote on November 7, 2022 at 7:30 am
Looking for Vicky Lynn Conley, Potomac '71. Me: Sandymount Ele. 1959, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64 McDonough Prep School 1965 Stoddart Jr. High 1966, 67 Potomac Sr. High 1968, 69, 70 Thanks, Chuck! - email me!
Amberley Edington Amberley Edington from Myersville wrote on August 28, 2022 at 4:17 am
Hello there! I came across a huge Hanson Junior High Class of 1963 photo and I would like to get it to the appropriate place. It's signed on the back for a girl named Kay. Any suggestions on what to do? Can I forward the photo to you for your site? Thanks!
Rusty Griffin Rusty Griffin from Yuma wrote on August 20, 2022 at 5:11 pm
What a trip this has been. I attended Roger B Taney Jr. High in 1966 and 1967. Enjoyed hanging out at this site, although those years were not listed, yet, a sister went to Crossland so I shared with her your site.
Steven A Strohm Steven A Strohm from SUMMERVILLE wrote on August 8, 2022 at 10:12 am
Was researching the word Grit for a training class (like the John Wayne movie) and ran across your blog. I grew up in Waldorf Md from 2nd thru 9th grade and that is exactly what a grit was down the the multi layers of socks
Kathryn Borchert Kennedy Kathryn Borchert Kennedy from Leonardtown wrote on July 16, 2022 at 11:05 pm
Class of 1967 Crossland married John F Kennedy II (Jack) class of 1966 (deceased 1997) WOULD LOVE TO SEE SOME OLD FRIENDS
Nancy lobaugh Nancy lobaugh from Waldorf wrote on July 9, 2022 at 1:31 pm
I live in Hillcrest Hight from 1956- 1989 it be great to see some old friends
Bill Erwin Bill Erwin from NULL wrote on January 31, 2021 at 9:06 pm
I went to Shugart from '68 to '71. Mr Lesher was the principal and Mr. McKean was the vice principal. The most memorable teacher I had was Mr. Rush who was my gym teacher in 7th and 9th grade. My best friends at the school were Adrian Baez who was on the baseball and soccer teams, Rocky Elliott who was on the basketball and baseball teams and Jim Cherowitzo. I was on the wrestling and track teams. Lots of good times.
Danny Coleman Danny Coleman from NULL wrote on November 19, 2020 at 5:36 am
I went there in for one year 9th grade 1967. I can’t pronounce the shop teachers name, Mr. Coostenis? Had a lot of good times there. Some of my friends were: Gene Vernon, Phil Taylor and his brother David Taylor. Carlton Evans and his brother Jack Evans. I actually lived in Glassmanor over near the Eastover shopping center (Oxon Hill). Had to be bused over to school and if I missed the bus I had to walk about 2-3 Miles. That happened quite often too! I caught the bus in front of the DrugFair store. Which was next to the Safeway store. There were also other buses there that were for Potomac High School.
CLAYTON UNGER CLAYTON UNGER from NULL wrote on November 14, 2020 at 7:20 pm
Very nice! I am Class of 70!
Chuck Chuck from NULL wrote on November 8, 2020 at 12:46 am
One of the best!
Betty Sampson Betty Sampson from NULL wrote on November 8, 2020 at 12:22 am
I was one of the cafeteria ladies
tony tony from NULL wrote on August 2, 2020 at 1:54 am
3505 24th ave from 67 to 85 alot of great memories growing up and was glad to move on
tony tony from NULL wrote on August 2, 2020 at 1:31 am
this is great ! i remember Debbie Campbell (sweet girl who i annoyed), Janet Thornton had a kid crush on her, and Mary Triechel loved her Irish dancing
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