THANKS for stopping by, I do my best to acknowledge when someone leaves a comment,you do not have to be a member here & everyone is welcome.
Ps: This site is monitored but not actively posting on a regular basis. Mostly these are stories & some photos saved from a defunct site known as Verdun Connections which was on MSN Groups initially then on a social network called Multiply.
Hi everyone! I just thought I'd drop you a line and let you know that I'm trying to catch up on all the discussions. I hope we can actually have a reunion ( class of 83) and hopefully somebody out there knows where the hell Brian Arkinson ( Arkie) is!! Julie Mackiewicz and I are looking for him so that we might have a Drama Club reunion and who knows , maybe even put on a play..... talk to ya all soon . Susie Moore
Hi, My name is Jim Nairn 66 years old, and used to live at 253 3rd ave in the 40's , yup old guy, but love Verdun , what a place to be brought up , maybe we can all sign in here every now and then , let each other know what's going on in our lives, it is going to be 17c today, beautiful sunshine, I am working in a restaurant for the folks that need a bit of help in life, so off I go , the exhaust system does not work , so up on the roof I go and try to repair it , since I volunteered , seems as if this is a full time job , oh well, life goes on , love the thought of discussing Verdun, Hey Chuck come on let's give these out of towners, ex Verdunites the scoop on how wonderful Montreal was and still is , come on folks participate love to read your stories about growing up, for a for instance, before Grovers on third and Wellington , there used to be a bakery called Marathon Bakeries, More on that later, have wonderfull day all and enjoy, Jim Nairn