Joined Mar 15 2017
I grew up in Pitcairn. I remember it as a beautiful, safe, friendly small town. I have wonderful memories of Sugar Camp, Brownies and Girl Scouts, the YMCA on broadway, going to the movies on Saturdays with my brother and friends. We enjoyed the parades on holidays usually put on by the 2 volunteer Fire Companies. We had our own generated electicity and a tiny little police station on Center Avenue. There were many small "corner" stores where you could buy penny candies and/or bread and lunch meat. I remember 3 drugstores, a shoe store, a mens clothing store, a women's clothing store, an ice cream shop, a tailor, a pool hall, a bowling alley. We had it all. I am now retired and treasure those memories of neighbors, friends, and school mates from back then. It was a treasure. My familty name is Martin and I have a brother, Les, and a sister, Cindy (who still lives in Pitcairn). I look forward to digging up some pictures to submit and more memories to share. Thanks to all who have provided and supported this society.