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Silver Legislature Report - June 17, 2005
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- July 1, 2005
What's the world coming to? Take a bunch of local athletes who'd rather be playing baseball in the 1890s. No gloves, a funky ball, rudimentary rules of the game. Then add a bright 75-year-old lady-writer who probably has never, in her whole life, been to a baseball game -- and tell her to cover the game for The Mirror. The resulting story is hilarious as well as informative -- and is our lead story for this July issue. We think you, our readers, will be entertained with this new project. Antique baseball yet.
Photo by Shirley Rabb
Publisher for this issue is Ella Letterie
Turpeinen returns with new research project
And then there was one
Fifty years ago: The Melrose High School Class of 1955
The animal kingdom of Melrose
New Zealand and Australia by Elderhostel
West Point Graduation Class of 2005
The passing parade on the Parkway
Teen-ager of the future
A rite of passage
Margery takes dancing lessons
Where are we headed?
Help for Firewall and Thumb Drive
Senior Center Volunteers
Computer Tips July05
Summer activities abound in Melrose
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Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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