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Me' tal-wlein ...

Etawey ki'l Wli Nipi Alasutaman

aq Pusu'l Pana'ne ... (:))

Wela'lin aq Nmultes ...

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Added: December 20, 2021
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Our Christmas theme “When you were a kid at Christmas in Shilo”

Our parents said “They won't know till they're grown, but their best gifts are the memories they're making”, and now you become those memories this year on ShiloBrats Christmas Home page. Thank you for posting your early memories to become Christmas cards in our rotation. :!clap:


Added: December 19, 2021
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Dan Wells. I was in the same class as David. We(the Johnson’s) lived across the street from you on Kingston.

Added: December 9, 2021
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If you haven't been to a Shilobrat reunion, you don't know what you are missing, if you have, you know you will be there again, either way, 'This is the one'.
Reunion 2018 set the standard, Reunion 2022 opens the gates! This isn't just a gathering of those who personally knew each other, If you spent any part of your youth in schools, sports, activities in Shilo, it became part of you, there are things we all have in common, we do know each other, you won't be a stranger.
This time we have a theme, the Way We Were, it's just for fun. You don't have to dress up, just fun if you do. The 'Fashion Tips' on our website are extreme, that's for fun too, just come as you are, you know who you were.
Enjoy our Shilobrats Reunion 2022 web site, it will be regularly updated and entertaining.
Better still, come to the Reunion. This is the one!


Added: December 7, 2021
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Hi Dan
I remember having Remembrance Day service inside the Sports Palace. Parade was assembled on the rink. The rink was not frozen of course. ………There was a protocol and direction for all of the families and children. Once the Parade was marshalled and ‘Atten-Shun’was called, it was understood by all that it was to be quiet. Exceptions were allowed. Babies crying out and fidgeting and the occasional cough.
I remember that all Parades especially Remembrance Day were very respected. For sure in the Murphy family. Our family watched many parade square events as well as practice and the mandatory troop drills. I polished a lot of brass and shined many boots for my dad. Not to forget all the web belt dressing.


Added: November 25, 2021
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Just remembering all those cold Nov 11 services. All the soldiers freezing their ears off on the parade square. As soon as dismissed running to the junior ranks to get warm.
In the early years having the air force there doing a flyby.
Memories are great, from an almost forgotten place


Added: November 9, 2021
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livd at 20 Ubigue from 1956 to 1972. then at 111 Kingston from 1972 to 1975
Family was John, Ken,Twins Ray and Ron, Rod, Pam, Shelley, Dave, Dan and Alan. Dad, Wilfred, Was rheme.


Added: November 1, 2021
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What if you wrote down your thoughts and observations about what was going on around you as you made your way through life, and chose a format of verse and rhyme to capture those thoughts like an artist or photographer captures a moment in time. Then in the year of the pandemic you discover this time capsule of treasured thoughts and memories and decide to give it life. The first time you read The Gate and Other Poems on a Life's Journey is to see what it is about, and realize this was also a time period you grew up with similar experience. Now you sit down and read from your memory time capsule perspective and appreciate why he bothered. Thank you Doug Jordan for doing this.

Added: October 10, 2021
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Wishing Miss Sheehan a wonderful birthday. She has been there for me and many other teenagers no matter what the problem was. She definitely “ saved “ me from a life of trouble. She was tough but had a huge heart for everyone who went to PEPS.

Added: September 30, 2021
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Hi Rusty. …I must say that one of my good friends was Chris Evoy. The family was just a street or so over towards the main gate from us on Ubique. We were in the same class. Chuckle. He had a different sense of humour than me. Mine was more a Newfi humor. He was a good friend. Obviously you are related. Murphy’’s, Evoy, Findlay, and the Martins. Turners and the White’s as well. …We had a good old gang. Many a good night after supper playing ‘kick the can’. Playing cowboys with our Cap Pistols and holsters. Lots of fun in the Camp theatre. And so many other things all of us did in Shilo when we were young.
Glad to hear from you. This is a great site. I check in often and write in occasionally. We all knew almost every inch of Camp Shilo. Every nook and cranny many of which we probably should not have been. That’s Army brats for ‘ya.
later. Bump.


Added: September 23, 2021
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