I attended kindergarten through ninth grade in the Towanda Area School District.
But, even there, divorce and constant “bettering” of our living situations required that I change schools almost every year.
I fell in love with it.” That was in 1969, and Stasiunas, who’d worked in the boiler room in Girard College while playing sax on weekends in Philly, kept coming up to Sullivan County on vacations.
In 1999, when he heard the general store was for sale, he packed up the family and headed for good to the burg that got its name for being at the forks of two creeks.
When I lived on Mechanic Street, I attended the Mulberry Street School and switched to J.
Andrew Morrow when my mom got her first apartment, which was above the Daily Review.
When Stasiunas sang “All the Way,” couples held hands, and he slipped in the night’s biggest laugh. I was so scared,” he said, the music still playing.