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Visit the vineyards, sample delicious food and stroll through the beautiful Healdsburg Plaza where you can browse artwork, books and boutique shops.

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Absolutely saddened for the disregard to the history of Richmond Hill. If their is anyone who worked there or knows someone who did, or what finally happened to the store, please post it or contact me. Wow, had no idea regarding the history of my old home town! My family lived in Richmond Hill during the 1950s and 1960s. I have great memories of Jahn's Ice Cream Parlor, Forest Park, and the "El" train. I have always had good memories of being there, especially shopping on Liberty Ave. I grew up in Richmond Hill in the 1960's - 1970's, attended St. I grew up on 109th Avenue but 125th Street was the place to be. Left Richmond Hill 1n 1960 but have great memories: Baseball at Smoky Hollow, ice skating on Jackson Pond, the wonders of Forest Park. Every SINGLE time we sat next to someone who was either from Richmond Hill or around it and then it was non-stop talking for 3 hours about the old neighborhood. Only thing I remember was that there was a hand written sign on the door saying "Sorry, Closed Will Re Open Soon." That was the end of Steve's. If anyone's interested, please use the link bellow to submit your info by choosing alumni immediately at Invitations are going out and time is of the essence for replies since many are expected. is the Alumni Mass, Concelebrated by past and current Clergy.

Connie's Restaurant on 108 street and Jamaica Avenue, years ago, did they ever open another restaurant in different neighborhood? I was in in the same grade as Katerinka Nalywajako, Debra Diaz, Nancy Lamberson, Bunny Wolf, Barbara Holland, Frances Ferger, Helen Werber to name a few. My mother shopped at Tunics department store and Mayfair all the time. Those parades are so vivid in my mind, marching down Liberty Avenue.

I lived on 129th Street between 107th and 109th Avenue. I would love to hear from all of my old class mates. Walking down Liberty Avenue going to Uncle Jack's to buy a toy, or the record shop to buy the latest 45.

Jordan Vineyard & Winery is a family-owned winery located on Alexander Valley Road.

Tom and Sally Jordan founded the winery, and they originally bought the land with the idea of planting a vineyard.

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