Comic books and drawing ... that’s all I cared about as a kid! Attending New Albany elementary through high school in the 60’s
and 70’s was pretty cool, although many times as a boy I felt like the proverbial square peg.
I grew up in Cedar Brook until I was 7. I attended NewAlbany Elementary. We only moved away because my dad worked for FBI and was transferred back to Georgia where he and mom grew up. I tell stories of our little town parades where the Brownies marched.
This is what New Albany Elementary (far right), Middle School (now the annex-only old building remaining) and High School (back building, between the track/football field and the baseball field) were like when I started in 1992. It was a special place even then.
The Old Dairy Cream in New Albany My name is Carolyn, and my brother, Benjamin, and I grew up with our parents, Harrison and Leona Drake, on Reynoldsburg-New Albany Road just south of Morse Road. When Ben and I were kids, the only thing in New Albany that interested us was the Dairy
Alive with Traditions! Nothing has ever given me more of a small-town vibe than Summer of 2018 in New Albany, Ohio. I was inspired to write this #newalbanystories entry after reading the story, by Steve Joseph, about his memories of New Albany Little League in the 70’s. Our family and