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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- November 7, 2014

A tiger takes a rest on Mom's shoulder at the Downtown Melrose Haloween Festival.


Publisher for this issue is Joe Sullivan


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The miracle of Halloween
from Don Norris
... Stringers took some 285 photos

Details,details, details
by Ed Boyd
... look closely

Norman's Norma
by Debbi Collar
on babysitting for Norman Rockwell's children

A new, beautiful sound to the National Anthem
from the SilverStringers
... a highlight of Seniors Night.

What to do.....where to go
by Shirley Rabb
... signs of our time

It's vanity all over again
by Shirley Rabb
... keeps us reading on the road (but not texting)

Making Waves in American History
by Debbi Collar
UNH Professor wins the National DAR American History Award Medal

A beverage of your choice
by Joe Sullivan
... Unfortunately, the choice will be either yes or no.

Defining Melrose:
from the SilverStringers
... Some things never change, some always change

Did you know?
by Florence Shea
... cornucopia, 60 minutes; Tinkerbell



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