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Bob Carswell shares reflections about the passage of the years

I’m pleased to share the following text from Bob Carswell. Bob Carswell writes: My philosophy on life is quite simple. I was born and therefore, I will die. The End. What remains after the system stops working has been donated … Continue reading

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Bob Carswell adds a story that goes with the 1950s Cartierville School photo

The photo in question was included in a post (and a comment at the bottom) entitled: MCHS 2015: Smaller room, more intimate space As a follow-up, Bob Carswell has added an additional comment of interest: Sometimes a story tells itself….. … Continue reading

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Bob Carswell has shared more information about the Saraguay of years ago

At a post from November 28, 2014, entitled Q & A with Graeme Decarie regarding the history of Cartierville and Ville St. Laurent, Bob Carswell has added the following post. It’s been wonderful, as a person who grew up on Lavigne … Continue reading

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Comments by Bob Carswell regarding focus and discipline in the face of adversity

Focus and discipline in the face of adversity Article by Bob Carswell The following text is by Bob Carswell; the text originated as a Comment at an earlier post entitled: Question for Graeme Decarie: Can you explain the Wrong-Way Driving … Continue reading

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Bob Carswell shares information and reminisces about Marty Butler (MCHS ’62)

My focus at the moment is the adding of text, and re-arranging of it, for the www.mchs2015.com website, before the official launch of the site. I am pleased to know, from my infrequent visits to Google Analytics, that the Home … Continue reading

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Bob Carswell shares a back story regarding Saraguay, Quebec as a Nature Park

Three Facebook Groups related to Malcolm Campbell High School feature messages about the MCHS ’60s Reunion and Celebration of the Sixties taking place in Toronto on Oct. 17, 2015, a date that is coming up very quickly. To find out … Continue reading

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Bob Carswell adds a comment about the caddy shack at the Marlborough golf club. Eric Karbin comments also.

Bob Carswell has added a comment at a previous post entitled: Additional comments from Graeme Decarie – regarding Saraguay, Cartierville School, and Marlborough golf club This is the comment; I’m posting it here to bring your attention to the discussion: … Continue reading

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Bob Carswell from MCHS has shared a delightful update

Bob Carswell has shared a delightful comment at another post; I’m pleased to share it here as an MCHS Biography entry. I’ve worked out a tentative paragraph structure for this post, and have added links to posts from the Preserved … Continue reading

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Pamela Ireland, Maid of Honour at the wedding of Lesley Peters (nee Carswell) and Olaf Peters

The following text from Bob Carswell is an addition to a previous post entitled: Memories of Pam Ireland-Mason of Malcolm Campbell High School Maid of Honour Bob Carswell writes: My sister Lesley Peters (nee Carswell) just confirmed that Pamela Ireland was … Continue reading

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Ted de Clercq attended Cartierville School in Montreal from 1951 to 1956

Click here for previous posts about Cartierville School > At a post entitled Cartierville School in Montreal, which was set up on March 1, 2014, Ted de Clercq has recently shared the following comment. I have posted his comment as … Continue reading

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