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Check Out Jeff G. From Building 1,
Back In The Center 1 Hippie Days
From The Co-op City Times
September 4, 1971

Copyright 1971, 2004 Co-op City Times
Supplied And Used With Permission By Jeff G.


And We Weren't We Talking
About Zaro's In Center 1
And Pastries & Bagels On
CasalsK's Boards?

Copyright 1971, 2004 Co-op City Times
Supplied And Used With Permission By Jeff G.


Section One Community Leadership
Meet The Serisky Family

Norman Serisky (l.) was one of Co-op City's genuine leaders.
Shown here with wife, Arlene, and the Serisky kids:
The boys from Left to Right, Norman, Steven, Alan, Cory 
and the Girls from left to right: Susan, Arlene, Rochelle & Laurie.
Norman was involved with Little League as a manager, and eventually
became the League president for a while. He was also active in the
Cub Scouts. Arlene was a long time leader in the Brownie Scouts 
seeing all her daughters through the Brownie Scouting program. 
Thank you Norman and Arlene Serisky, for your valuable service to the
Co-op City Community!

Arlene Serisky passed away in 1999. We'll miss you.


Rochelle Serisky's Sweet 16 Party! How many of these kids do you
recognize? Are you, perhaps, one of them? Where's Rochelle?


Dance Picture From an early 1980's Co-op City Fair


There was some mention of dance instructor: 
Aranka on the Co-op Boards:

Here's a pic of the Arankette Dancers at the Co-op City Fair
That's leggy Rochelle on the left!


Rochelle helps at a Brownie Scout ceremony in the late 1970's


All above photos courtesy and 2004  Rochelle Serisky & Family


The 70's In Section One!


Here's a great pic from Arty Z
from building 4A, around 1972.
That's Arty holding the cat.





The 80's In Section One!


Sent by Gary B. from Section One



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