New color of money
To eat or
SilverStringer Editor Jim Driscoll's wife Barbara passed away January 5, after a lingering illness. Through Jim, Barbara was an enthusiastic supporter of the Milano Senior Center and the Melrose Mirror.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- January 7, 2005
by Kay McCarte
...without a little extra
by Paul A. Hupper
... ten-year-old has vivid memory of 1929 in downtown Melrose
by Russ Priestley
by Ella Letterie
... I remembered it well
... The incredible, white, quiet days and nights
by Don Norris
... flying backwards, flat on my backside ...
from Mike Ryan
... from the Friends of the Fells
Martin Luther King, Jr.
What is an angler?
Mirror "Tomorrow's journal", newsman notes in book
The early days of word processing
Letters, letters, letters ....
Senior Center Celebration
Good cheer, good music in Polymnia's holiday concert
My Aunt Mollie
The Melrose Human Rights Committee
Diversity of opinion -- the war in Iraq
Another voice on the war in Iraq
Macy's Thanksgiving Parade -- we had to see it
Assignment: Give us YOUR resolutions
Married 59 years
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Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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