By Michael Turton
What is your fondest memory from the summers of your youth?
“Driving up to the Vanderbilt Mansion in Hyde Park when I was 8 years old.” ~Carolyn Kniffin, Cold Spring
“Swimming at Evander Childs school in the Bronx, and having a shaved ice with syrup from the truck out front.” ~Richard Curtin, Philipstown
“The long days, starry nights, and a tuna-fish sandwich, with a bit of sand in it, at the beach!” ~Judith Tantleff-Napoli, Beacon
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