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Thanks Bill..much great information. It is fun to hear and great for us worker_bees.

Gae Stakich

Hi Bill:

I am coming to the Opener for the first time in many years....my father helped to construct the pole which Charlie Lupica sat on back in the day....I was just a kid, but remember it vividly. My friend Judy Dunn (if you are out there Judy...Hi)in the late 1940's and early 1950's...We were members of The Cleveland News Cookie Club...wore our bracelets and sat in the bleachers...have lots of Cleveland history in our memory banks! CLEVELAND MY KIND OF TOWN GOOOO Tribe!!HANKS FOR ALL OF THIS INFO.

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