In March of 1987, my parents bought a time share in Chalet High in the Bayse, Virginia. The place has since fallen into disrepair and apparently the previous owner wasn’t spending the owners money on upkeep of he units.
We spent several summers here in the late 1980’s but we mostly traded the week for another location.
Here is the original brochure.
One thing worth noting about timeshare, even after you die, you still have to keep paying the maintenance fees. They are very difficult to sell, usually you have to give them away. So never buy timeshare.
Columbia Junior Woman’s Club pictures from the 1970’s.
Anyone who knew my mother knows that she is a list maker and a planner. Here are all her notes for Her and my father’s wedding in September 1966.
Engraving used to print the wedding invitation for Anne and Bob’s wedding (my parents).
Anne McArthur Wilkinson’s (my mother) Certificate of Achievement for “Outstanding Selling Ability”, “Perfect Attendance”, and a Reading Circle Certificate of Achievement. Another for the “why did this get saved file”