For decades, an odd-shaped building on Hillspoint Road has been home to early childhood programs.
It’s called the Parent Child Center. But back in the day, it was Hillspoint Elementary School.
The kids were bigger than the ones there now. They could write cursive.
And — because Hillspoint went all the way to 6th grade — there were some budding romances.
Which is why one day — back in the 1960s or ’70s — Mitch F. and Lisa R. grabbed a pencil, snuck into an art room closet, and scrawled their love on a metal plate.
It’s stood there — untouched and unnoticed — all these years.
Until — the other day — Children’s Community Development Center director Eileen Ward found it.
“06880” readers are intrepid. You’ve got long memories.
So, Eileen and I want to know:
- Who were Mitch F. and Lisa R.?
- And did their love really endure 4ever?