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  • Wow what memories!
  • This is where it all started......Hendricks Homestead from 1961 to 1983? Tons of memories.....
  • My husband was raised on this farm till teen age. He helped his uncles and grandfather farm. Many found and happy memories.
  • I lived here from 1st grade until I went to college. Many fond memories of this farmhouse!
  • My parents, Mike and Julie Binsbacher, built this house in 1978. My mom sold the house in 1998. Great house, great neighborhood and the best memories!
  • I loved this hous that belonged to my Aunt Julie & Uncle Binny! Had many holiday meals here as a kid! Lots of wonderful memories of playing
  • Oh yes, we were living large with a garbage compactor. So many wonderful memories. It was just the perfect place to raise you 4 kids. I like the mini
  • This was my grandpa's house, until he passed in 1990. Many good memories, while practically growing up here; spent a lot of time there! It now has
  • My grandfather, Everette Newby, was a trustee of that school. The school has since been torn down but added a beautiful community center. The arches remain. Many wonderful memories on those hollowed grounds.
  • My grandfather built this home and farm in 1901 I believe. It was before my father was born in 1910. I was blessed to be able to raise my children there. The home was sold in 2000. Many wonderful memories.
  • This was the home of my Grandad and Grandma Waterman. (Ralph and Lela Waterman) I lived there for a few years with my mother (Janet Waterman Wilson) and with them. Loved this place !! So many happy memories there.
  • Pickett’s Point (gas station). Corner of Sr 38/Sr 47. Biddle Memorial Park on the right, Dairy Queen on the left.

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