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    Okay, I'm feeling a little nostalgic - I just found a photo album of when I lived in Fullerton (1976-78) and attended Raymond Elementary School - I lived on North Kroger.

    Anyone else go to Raymond? Just curious.
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    No sorry.. I do live in fullerton though.. I live on Hill avenue in the briarhill apartments.. I LOVE FULLERTON

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      I went to Carden Country Day School - the school changed its name and went to Yorba Linda, and the old building currently houses and Dentist's office and a furniture store. It's across the street from the Target on Placentia Ave.
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        I never lived in Fullerton, but I did take a couple of classes at Fullerton College, and spent some of the best years of my life (while working at DL) at Cal State Fullerton (If only they had something like a Starbucks at the corner of State College and Chapman in those days!)

        One of my life-long pals still owns a rubber stamp business on Commonwealth, between Brookhust and Euclid near where the big Hunt-Wesson plant (I think) used to be. Back in the day when the weather was warm it smelled like stewed tomatoes.

        And lately he's been part of a group working to save the historic Fox Theater on Harbor Blvd downtown.
        So I never attended Raymond, but I know a thing or two about Fullerton.

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        Barry
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        • #5
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          Originally posted by BFJen
          Okay, I'm feeling a little nostalgic - I just found a photo album of when I lived in Fullerton (1976-78) and attended Raymond Elementary School - I lived on North Kroger.

          Anyone else go to Raymond? Just curious.
          I went to kindergarten and 1st grade at Raymond. We were living on Dorothy Lane at the time.
          "The government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion. " -George Washington

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            I grew up in Glendora. I used to love that small town, but going back just makes me feel depressed now. I don't know why.

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            • #7
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              About the closest I've gotten to Fullerton is the Brea Mall Nordstrom and ice rink. They do still have an ice rink at the Brea Mall, don't they?

              I'm assuming Brea is near Fullerton.

              La Mirada is as far as I've gone in the other direction.....the La Mirada Marshalls on Imperial Highway.

              Is that sort of Fullerton-ish adjacent?????
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                Originally posted by Pisces
                They do still have an ice rink at the Brea Mall, don't they?
                Not for about the last 20 years.
                "The government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion. " -George Washington

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                • #9
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                  I was born in Fullerton at St. Jude Hospital. My family and I lived in Fullerton(1973-75), then La Mirada(1975-77), then Buena Park(1977-79), then La Mirada (1978-81), then Fullerton on Commonwealth across the street from the municipal airport(1981-1984). I went to Valencia Park School during second grade, then went to Pacific Drive School (Still don't know where that place used to be) for third and part of fourth.
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                  • #10
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                    i went to cal state fullerton (93-99), so i lived in and around fullerton during that time. go titans!!
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                    • #11
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                      Thanks all! Glad to hear there's another Racoon out there. My dad worked as a dance professor at Cal State Fullerton for a few years. I wish we could have stayed there - oh well, I like Idaho too.

                      My favorite memory is when my brother rode his big wheel to the Alpha Beta and stopped traffic in the middle of the intersection.

                      If anyone knows Kimberly McIntosh - I'd love to get in touch with her again. I know her parents still live there.
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                      • #12
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                        Don't and haven't lived there, but I like it well enough that I have a business idea I'd place there (if I had the money to do it, which I don't, by a long shot).

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