UP IN THE CLOUDS -- Looking down on the world from the top of a sliding board is Patricia Skelton. To go or not to t;o is the question but Pal seems untroubled by it. She knows that there's no hurry. She can sit in the sun all day if she wants to. It's summer. HEADED FOR THE TREE TOPS -- S e a n Condon, (right) who has recently come from Ireland to m a k e his home in Greenville, sets out on summer adventures that will take him up into the leaf covered branches. But being a careful person he goes well armed with a cap pistol in his belt. - Summertime Is Playtime - Let's Play SUMMER GAMES CALL FOR TEAM AVORK -- Ed Gray III is seen with his thuffle board group at Greenway. Ed is the gentleman, second from left, wear- Ing the badge and the whistle. With him are Nancy Henderson, left, Maureen Burke, Patrick Burke Jr., and Kevin Burke. V-? iT'.WtV.. Â· Â·Â·..;, SUftUIEB HAS A MUSIC ALL ITS OWN - And the rhythm band at Greenway TIM acquired quite a reputation. Seen with the home made instruments arc Jackie Henderson, J a t k i e Sherman Mary Tonos and Mike Tonos, second row, an unidentified cocker w i t h musical tastes, Jane Sher-i Judy Ferris, Nancy Sherman, Jimmy Ferrii and Kathy Gray, THERE'S NOTHING LIKK A SPRINKLKR -Summertime is sprinkler time and the one at Maud Bryan Park is most popular. Pictured beneath its cool flow are Johnny and Julia Gentry and standing behind them is Tony Strazi.
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