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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- April 2, 2004
This watercolor by Gayle Lerman captures the beauty of our Senior Center after the remodeling of the Beebe barn, as mentioned in our lead article. The Center serves the seniors of Melrose engaging in various activities, meetings, movies, lectures, as well as noontime lunch Monday through Friday. In addition to group activities (social, health-related and educational), it serves as the base where the Melrose Mirror is published, with the aid of Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Under the direction of SilverStringer Jim Driscoll, we are striving to raise the funds to renovate the basement of this building. Included will be a lounge area and a section with computers to allow seniors to access the internet. The fund-raising goal is about 75% complete.
Publisher for the April 2, 2004 issue is SilverStringer Russ Priestley
... our care center of choice
by Shirley Rabb
... Margery goes for a ride
by Margery Carter
Photo essay: The capture of Saddam Hussein
Presidents' day party
Discovering America -- in Melrose, Massachusetts
Doodle-without-thought by Shirley
What would the world be without music
Counting years with the Beethoven Society
New section3/04: Computer Tips
"Oracle" Editor touches base with "Mirror"
A Cuban vignette
Under-cover photos reveal the real Bostonian
What kind of person do we want and need as president?
Have YOU ever lived in Melrose Mass?
Anne MacGillivray - Silver Haired legislator
Health specialists to speak at Milano Center
More about the Silver Stringers
Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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