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Holly

Okay Rich would like to add:
Consumers (where Dunhams was..it's a shoe store for now)
Ben Franklin (next to Dentons.. where the the Secretary of State is)
Tastee Freeze (Where Dans Donuts is)
Vachois (Sp?) where Sefa's is-was
A & W Drive In (Where Red Apple is)
How about Grape Ape Video Escape? or the Grand Illusion?
McPherson State Bank.. the first drive thru bank in Howell was over where Work First is now..off of Lucy Rd.
The Lakeside Bar..(where J.J.'s was. Right up the street from where Rich grew up on Meadowview)
When there was NO McDonalds instead of 30 or whatever we have now.

I have a 1975 Livingston County phone book that we got a hold of... it's a riot for both of us. I lived in Brighton from 1975-1985 and came back in 1991 so I remember some of that stuff. We've talked about the Strohs at the Brighton Mall and we actually met camped out to get tickets at the Music Box over there. I got some clothes at Pixieland and Rich was a model for Pomeroys.
The weird thing was that he never came out to Brighton and we never went any farther than Rollerama (although I usually skated at Lakeview).It seemed so far to go to Howell. I remember when the Brighton Meijer was built and it was so small!
It's cool to have all those cool things to remember!

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