Library gets new flagpole
Local travelers spot
Pulitzer prize winner Don Murray visited with the SilverStringers recently. See the lead story above.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- November 5, 2004
What would you do if someone dropped 30 grand in YOUR lap? Stand up and cheer, just like these
ladies in the Friday morning aerobics class at the Milano Center -- just after COA Director Jack
Beckley announced that an anonymous donor had brought the renovation fund $30,000 closer to
fruition. Mr. Beckley said that we are just a small move short of the goal -- some $180,000 to convert
the basement floor of the Milano Center into a beautiful, warm, inviting meeting place complete with
new computer facility.
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Growing up in Melrose (Part Two)
From my father's knee
The second-greatest story ever told
It has been a great life
The SilverStringers - Who We Are
Senior Center ban on religious expression
The men of great ambitions, power and danger
Some Melrose characters from the 1940s
Shooting around -- really close up
Elements of meteorology
Silver Haired Legislature Oct 19, 2004 Meeting
Computer Tips: 11/ 04
Looking Ahead: Milano Center forges ahead ...
Mirror readers speak to us
More about the Silver Stringers
Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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